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Our annual marathon, half marathon, 10K and 5K race will be held October 11, 2014! You may now register and find more information at www.kmxt.org/run_the_rock. 
 
Jun 16 2010
Keeping Kids Engaged this Summer
Wednesday, 16 June 2010

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           Kids love the freedom of summer vacation but for parents it can be a bit of a struggle. For those having trouble getting children moving in a positive direction, the Kodiak Arts Council and the A. Holmes Johnson Memorial Library have some ideas. On this week's "Talk of the Rock," host Diana Gish was joined by Ellie Werbe , the director of Children's Services for the library and Tom Quass, executive director of the Kodiak Arts Council:

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Jun 15 2010
TOTR: Positive Possibilities for the Kids of Summer
Tuesday, 15 June 2010

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         Kids love the freedom of summer vacation but for parents it can be a bit of a struggle. If you're having trouble getting your child moving in a positive direction, the Kodiak Arts Council and the A. Holmes Johnson Memorial Library have some ideas for you. On this week's edition of "Talk of the Rock", host Diana Gish is joined by Ellie Werbe, the director of Children's Services for the library and by Tom Quass, executive director of the Kodiak Arts Council.

 

 
Jun 15 2010
Council Appreciative of Jail Funds; Decry Water Project Vetoes
Tuesday, 15 June 2010

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            At Thursday's meeting, members of the Kodiak City Council were pretty happy to find out that Governor Sean Parnell signed into law the $2.1-million funding for the jail portion of the new Kodiak Public Safety Building.

            At the same time, the council was forced to approve another change submitted by contractor Roger Hickel, as the price for the jail went up. Police Chief T.C. Kamai explained that the increase was because of the delay in getting state funds.

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Jun 15 2010
Cruise Season Underway
Tuesday, 15 June 2010

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          Twenty-two cruise ships are scheduled to make a port call in Kodiak this summer, including the Royal Princess wich was due to arrive at Pier Two this morning:

 
Jun 15 2010
Bear Town Market Gets City's Approval
Tuesday, 15 June 2010

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            When passengers come downtown off the cruise ships, they'll be greeted on the Mall by the Bear Towne Market, a collection of vendors, which will be located in and near the Sun'aq Tribal building. At last week's meeting, the Kodiak City Council gave its stamp of approval to the event being held outdoors. Police Chief T.C. Kamai, who was acting city manager, told the council that input was gathered from businesses nearby about the vendors being on the sidewalks.

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