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Oct 04 2010
Bethea Crowned State Champion by a Toe
Monday, 04 October 2010

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            There's a cross-country running champion from Kodiak again this year. Jaymi Bethea (beth-ay) caught Service High School's Jenette Northey on the stadium lap and won by a foot. Specifically, her left foot. That's where the electronic timing chip all runners wear was located. They were so close, both Bethea and Northey officially had the same finishing time of 19-minutes 5-seconds over the five-kilometer course. It's the fifth straight year a Kodiak runner has won an individual title.

            The Lady Bears as a team were a distant fourth, with 137 points. Wasilla was first with 71, followed by South and West Anchorage in second and third, respectively. Dimond was fifth.

            Sarah Ng was 25th, Allie Smith was 36th, followed closely by Kari Millstein and Tiffany Bolyard in 37th and 38th. Elisha Lenhert was 44th and McKenzie Barnett was 48th.

            On the boy's side, the Bears were third overall with 85 points, behind Service's 39 and West Valley's 79. Juneau was fourth and Lathrop fifth.

            James Osowski was the top Kodiak boy, finishing eighth, with Cole Christiansen two seconds behind him. Nathan Deer was 11th, Jake Salus 30th, Jordan Fogle 31st, Derek Deal 44th and Caleb Nymeyer 62nd.

 
Oct 04 2010
Abell Challenges Selby for Borough Mayor
Monday, 04 October 2010

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            The two men vying for the office of Kodiak Island Borough mayor are both familiar names who've served in office for many years. Incumbent Jerome Selby has been mayor a total of 21 years - most of them as a paid, "strong" mayor that actually ran the borough's day-to-day business. Challenger Tom Abell served 12 straight years on the borough assembly before choosing not to seek re-election two years ago. Both were on a special Thursday Talk of the Rock with Jay Barrett.

            Selby says he's running to keep building the quality of life for borough residents, while Abell says he will bring a new perspective to the job.

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Oct 04 2010
Borough Considering Off-Season Fireworks Ban
Monday, 04 October 2010

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            New restrictions on fireworks are being considered by the Kodiak Island Borough Assembly. While fireworks are banned within the city limits there aren't any specific restrictions on discharging fireworks in unincorporated areas in the borough.

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Oct 02 2010
Jock of the Rock - The Return of the Quack Edition
Saturday, 02 October 2010

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            On this week's edition of Jock of the Rock, Ron, Derek, Jay and Nick talk Kodiak High School football, swimming and the State Cross Country Running Championships going on today. Also baseball and The Return of The Quack, with special guest Casey Kelly, live from Juneau.

 
Oct 01 2010
Jayhawk Makes Emergency Landing on Cutter Healy
Friday, 01 October 2010

 

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An MH-60 Jayhawk sits on the landing pad of the icebreaker Healy Friday morning, after making an emergency landing Thursday night during joint maneuvers. Jay Barrett/KMXT photo

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            An Air Station Kodiak MH-60 Jayhawk helicopter was forced to make an emergency landing last night on the back deck of the icebreaker Healy, as the two performed maneuvers together near Kodiak. The four-person crew of the Jayhawk was not injured, and there were no injuries reported aboard the cutter, either.

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