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Jan 03 2011
Bears Come Back After Slow Start at ACS Invite
Monday, 03 January 2011

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            The Kodiak High School boys team dropped its first game at the ACS Invitational basketball tournament over the weekend in Anchorage, but swept the rest of its games to finish fourth.

            A slow start doomed the Bears against the Seward Seahawks on Thursday. Though Kodiak outscored Seward by five in the second half, they couldn't make up the nine-point advantage the Seahawks built in the first period, and lost 67 to 63. It was Kodiak's first loss of the season. Raphael Matautia and Brian Fangonilo both scored 21 points.

            In their first consolation bracket game Friday, Austin Cowley tossed in 21 to lead the Bears over the Point Hope Harpooners 72-61. Matautia added 16.

            On Saturday, the Bears were once again led by Cowley, who drained a trio of three-pointers on his way to scoring 19 points, as Kodiak beat Eielson 68-to-49.

            The Nome Nanooks beat Seward 44-38 to win the championship. On the girl's side, the Barrow Whalers beat Nome 77-23 for the title.

            The Kodiak boys will see action next against West Valley at the Joe Floyd Tournament, which begins Thursday, here in Kodiak. The tournament, moved from its traditional Christmas time slot to attract more teams, will be the first action for the Lady Bears this season; they'll also face West Valley on Thursday.

 
Jan 03 2011
'Last Chance' Runners Beat the Weather
Monday, 03 January 2011

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            Before the rains came New Years Eve, runners in Kodiak got one last chance to race five kilometers. The "Last Chance 5K" started Friday at noon at the Kodiak High School under blue skies with, calm winds and an air temperature of 27 degrees. The runners went across the bridge to Dog Bay and back.

            Lucas Fried, along with brothers Miles and Trevor Dunbar finished tied for first place with identical times of 17-minutes 40-seconds. Jaymi Bethea was the first woman across the line in 19-minutes 21-seconds.

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Dec 31 2010
Dance the Night Away with Saint Innocent's Academy
Friday, 31 December 2010

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            New Year's Eve is generally thought of as a time to party and imbibe and recall sappy stories from the year coming to an end.

            If you'd prefer to spend your last minutes of 2010 doing something lively or would like to go out to a non-alcoholic event tonight, consider attending "The Stomp."

            The Stomp is a New Year's Eve family folk dance event sponsored by St. Innocent's Academy which starts late-at 10 p.m.-and runs until everyone's gotten the old year out of their system.

            St. Innocent's Father Paisius says the dance will run until 4 or 6 a.m. Saturday depending on how many people are left standing after being up all night.

            It's a potluck, and in addition to being alcohol free, they are hoping for healthy foods and snacks.

            The Stomp is being held this year at St. Mary's gym.

 
Dec 31 2010
Free Rides Home Tonight, Courtesy CHARR
Friday, 31 December 2010

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            A business organization is continuing the tradition of sponsoring free cab rides on New Year's Eve to get revelers home safely.

            For the past eight years the Kodiak branch of CHARR, that's the Cabaret, Hotel, Restaurant and Retail Association, has been subsidizing taxi rides to help keep the roads free of drunk drivers.

            Kodiak CHARR's director Carmen Lunde explains how it works.

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Dec 31 2010
KICVB Entices Visitors With New Guide
Friday, 31 December 2010

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            Kodiak's new official visitor's guide is now available for distribution. 53,000 copies were printed up arrived in Kodiak recently.

            Katie Oliver is Board President for the Kodiak Island Convention and Visitor's Bureau. She says 2011 guide is totally new inside and out.

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