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Sep 18 2008
Assembly Meeting Preview PDF Print E-mail
Thursday, 18 September 2008

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            The Kodiak Island Borough Assembly will take up what could be the last element in the year long Mel Stephens attendance law suit at tonight’s regular meeting. The assembly will also approve its state project wishlist and consider funding the bed and breakfast association.

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Sep 18 2008
Homecoming Kicks Off This Week At KHS PDF Print E-mail
Thursday, 18 September 2008

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              The Kodiak High School student body is busy this week with fall homecoming events. KHS celebrates in many fun ways as they gear up for this weekend’s home football games against the rival Soldotna Stars.

 

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Sep 18 2008
Lundquist Wins Democratic Primary PDF Print E-mail
Thursday, 18 September 2008
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    The House District 36 Democratic Primary Election is finally over. After more than three weeks of waiting for absentee, questioned and overseas ballots to trickle in, Andy Lundquist has held on and narrowly defeated fellow Democrat Dave Kaplan.
    While Lundquist picked up four votes yesterday when the overseas ballots were counted, Kaplan received five, but it wasn't enough to overcome the 18-vote difference in the race. Lundquist squeak out a 601 to 584 victory, a difference of 1-point-44 percent.
    Kaplan said last week that he would not seek a recount if he lost, and he will now pursue a write-in campaign for borough assembly.
    Lundquist will now face Republican candidate Alan Austerman in the November 4th General Election.
    Tune into KMXT news at noon for more on this story.
 
Sep 17 2008
Study Highlights Healthcare Needs Of Community PDF Print E-mail
Wednesday, 17 September 2008

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            Providence Kodiak Island Medical Center released a 100-page study last week that will help the hospital agencies – and the community – better address health needs in Kodiak.

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Sep 17 2008
New Community Health Center Will Offer Faster Service PDF Print E-mail
Wednesday, 17 September 2008

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         The construction taking place at Providence Kodiak Island Medical Center has been underway all summer. Mary Donaldson has an update on the improvements being made and when the work might be done.

 

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