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Sep 02 2008
Bears Down Kenai 19-14, Remain Ranked 3rd PDF Print E-mail
Tuesday, 02 September 2008
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            The Kodiak High School Bears continued their winning ways Saturday with a close 19-to-14 away game victory over the Kenai Kardinals.

            The Bears and the Kards traded touchdowns and penalties all day, with Kodiak scoring three TDs but only one point-after.

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Aug 29 2008
Deadline Looms, Leaving Borough Seats Vacant PDF Print E-mail
Friday, 29 August 2008

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            Today at 5 p.m. is the deadline for running for any Kodiak Island Borough office.

            According to the clerk's office only one person has so far signed up for the three open seats on the assembly. That's Judy Fulp.

             Two incumbents have signed up to run for the pair of two-year seats on the school board - Jeff Stephan and Peggy Rauwolf. There is also a one-year seat available.

            Mike Dolph is running for re-election to Fire Protection Area Number One board.

            There are a dozen seats with no candidates, and once again the filing deadline is at 5 o'clock this evening.

 
Aug 29 2008
Palin For Veep Surprises Many In Kodiak PDF Print E-mail
Friday, 29 August 2008
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          The only universal reaction on the streets of Kodiak appears to be surprise. Other than that, Kodiak voters are mixed on whether or not Palin was a wise choice for the McCain campaign. 

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          That's Brian Chandler, a cook at the Channelside Chowderhouse, local Republican Party head Bob Brodie, City Councilman Terry Haines, Don Roberts and Andrea Anderson talking about John McCain's choice of Sarah Palin as his vice presidential running mate. What's your reaction? Leave us a comment by clicking on the "Write comment" link below.

 
Aug 29 2008
T-Shirts Say Thanks To Cannery Workers PDF Print E-mail
Friday, 29 August 2008

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Kodiak City Councilman Gabriel Saravia (center) had the idea to congratulate Kodiak's processing workers by giving them free T-shirts that say "Thank You" in 21 different languages. Saravia got the idea from a similar T-shirt giveaway in Cordova last summer. The shirts were paid for by eight local canneries and the city council joined in by issuing a proclamation recognizing the efforts of the town's processing sector. (Photo by Casey Kelly/KMXT).

 

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             As the summer fishing season winds down, the men and women who make up Kodiak’s fish processing workforce will be receiving a little something extra for their efforts. Eight canneries in town have banded together to buy them T-shirts that say “Thank You” in 21 different languages. It’s the idea of City Councilman Gabriel Saravia, who also works for one of Kodiak’s processors. KMXT’s Casey Kelly has more.

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Aug 29 2008
Demand For New Program Overwhelming PDF Print E-mail
Friday, 29 August 2008

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            Alaska Housing Finance Corporation’s Energy Rebate Program isn’t working as smoothly as it could be. The program is so popular, energy raters statewide are having trouble keeping up with the new demand, causing many who signed up wait months before any work can be started. Mary Donaldson has more.

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