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Oct 27 2008
Dunbar Wins Mt. SAC Invitational PDF Print E-mail
Monday, 27 October 2008

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            Kodiak High School cross country phenom Trevor Dunbar has done it again. Two weeks after winning the Adidas Classic in Portland, Oregon, Dunbar was in Walnut, California for the Mt. SAC Invitational over the weekend.

            Running in 80-degree heat, Dunbar still managed to blow the competition away, finishing with a time of 14 minutes 41 seconds, 5 seconds faster than second place finisher Chris Schwartz, a senior from Foothill High in Bakersfield, California. The third place finisher was Elias Gedyon of Loyola High School in Loyola, California, who set the course record for a sophomore with a time of 14:48.

            Dunbar was the only boy from Alaska to run in the Mt. SAC race. He is currently considering colleges, including some of the top cross country schools in the nation. He’s reportedly set to visit Oklahoma State University in two weeks. OSU is the number three team in the nation, behind number two Stanford and number one Oregon.

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Oct 27 2008
Davidson Bids Tearful Goodbye To City Council PDF Print E-mail
Monday, 27 October 2008

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0             The Kodiak City Council bid farewell to longtime Councilman Charlie Davidson Thursday.

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Oct 27 2008
City Council Approves Funds For Composting Project PDF Print E-mail
Monday, 27 October 2008

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  0             The Kodiak City Council on Thursday approved a 110-thousand dollar contract with CH2M Hill for a pilot program that will test whether the city can compost biosolids, which is basically human waste in the form of sludge. KMXT’s Casey Kelly has more.

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Oct 24 2008
State Budget Okay Despite Falling Crude Prices PDF Print E-mail
Friday, 24 October 2008

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           When the Alaska Legislature set the current budget early this year, the price of oil was sky-high and heading higher. Alaska crude peaked at nearly 150-dollars per barrel in July. The budget was put together assuming a price of 85-dollars per barrel, but Juneau Senator Kim Elton said last week that the price of a barrel of oil is now hovering at a point where it may not sustain the state's present level of spending. Alaska North Slope Crude is currently under 70-dollars per barre.

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Oct 23 2008
Man Jumps Off Western Dock PDF Print E-mail
Thursday, 23 October 2008

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            Emergency crews responded to the dock at Western Alaska Fisheries in Kodiak this afternoon (Thursday), after a man stripped naked and jumped into the water.

            Lieutenant David Billings with the Kodiak Fire Department says the 911 call came in around 3:15. He says the man apparently jumped in and then climbed onto one of the crossbeams below the pier until harbor and police officers arrived. They transported him to Oscar’s Dock, where an ambulance crew was waiting to treat him for hypothermia and transport him to Providence Kodiak Island Medical Center.

            Billings estimates the man was in the water for five to ten minutes and then on the crossbeam below the dock for another twenty minutes or so.  He says he was cooperative once authorities arrived, but didn’t give any indication as to why he’d jumped in.

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