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Sep 08 2008
Without Dunbar, Bears X-Country Takes 3rd, 11th PDF Print E-mail
Monday, 08 September 2008

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            Without the state’s top distance runner, the Kodiak High School cross country teams still managed a solid showing at the Palmer Invitational over the weekend.

            Trevor Dunbar, a senior and the reigning state individual champion, was busy checking out colleges this weekend. But fellow Senior Sam Salus picked up the slack, finishing second in the varsity 5-kilometer race with a time of 16 minutes 12 seconds. Aaron Fletcher, a senior from South Anchorage, had the winning time of 15 minutes 56 seconds. Kodiak Junior Dylan Anthony came in third, finishing 9 seconds behind teammate Salus in 16 minutes 21 seconds.

 

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Sep 08 2008
Friends Remember Former Kodiak Rescue Swimmer Skimin PDF Print E-mail
Monday, 08 September 2008
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            Former Kodiak resident and Coast Guard rescue swimmer Dave Skimin is being remembered as a caring, funny, and loving man. Skimin died last Thursday in a helicopter crash while on a training flight near Honolulu, where he and his wife Sally moved three years ago. KMXT's Casey Kelly has more.

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Sep 05 2008
Boiler Leak Takes Kodiak Island Brewery Off Line PDF Print E-mail
Friday, 05 September 2008

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             Lovers of fine beer are bracing themselves for a potential shortage of ales, porters and more from Kodiak's premier craft brewer. Kodiak Island Brewing Company owner Ben Millstein announced today (Friday) that a steam boiler in his Shelikof Street brewery has cracked, stopping production.

            Brewer Mike Trussell said water was leaking fast from the boiler when he discovered the leak.

            Millstein said there's enough beer in stock to make deliveries, quote, "for awhile," but that sooner or later it's going to, quote, "start to hurt."

            Millstein said a new boiler will have to be imported, with shipping and installation taking between three and six weeks.

 
Sep 05 2008
Roberson $1000+ Closer To Goal PDF Print E-mail
Friday, 05 September 2008

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The Cycling Association of Kodiak Island held its annual Kodiak Coastal Centurion bike ride last weekend to help raise funds for one Kodiak resident, afflicted with an inherited disease that has no known cure. Mary Donaldson has more.

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Sep 05 2008
PFD And Energy Rebate Total $3,269 PDF Print E-mail
Friday, 05 September 2008

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          The State of Alaska announced at 10:30 this (Friday) morning the amount of the Alaska Permanent Fund Dividend check. It will be $2,069. This year, every eligible Alaskan will be getting a $1,200 bonus as an Energy Rebate, to help offset the increasing cost of heating fuel and electricity. The state legislature passed the rebate this summer during one of its special sessions, at the request of Governor Sarah Palin.

          The PFD amount is the largest ever, and reflects the return on investment of the Alaska Permanent Fund, averaged over several years.

          In addition to being larger by far, the payments will be going out to Alaskans about a month earlier than usual. Those who selected direct electronic deposit will see the $3,269 show up in their bank accounts a week from today, on September 12th.

 
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