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Aug 31 2010
13 of 14 Bears Set Personal Best at Skyview Invite
Tuesday, 31 August 2010

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            All 14 members of the Kodiak High School Bears varsity cross country team ran their fastest races of the season over the weekend at the Skyview Invitational, and 13 of those runners set lifetime personal records.

            The Bears were led by Jaymi Bethea (beth-ee-ay), who ran the fastest race for a Kodiak girl since Kristi Klinnert in 1986. Bethea's time of 18-minutes 47.2-seconds was a personal best by 13 seconds, and good for second place on the Tsalteshi (salt-esh-ee) Trails course in Soldotna.

            Bethea passed defending Region III champion Jenna Ford of Wasilla in the last 400 yards of the race, and finished just three-and-a-half seconds behind winner Jeanette Northey of Service High. Coach Marcus Dunbar said that with her performance, Bethea has established herself as one of the top contenders in the state. Sarah Ng (ing) finished with a personal best 19-56, and came in 20th.

            The Lady Bears were sixth overall, with 165 points. Wasilla won with 66, followed by South, Grace Christian, Dimond and Service.

            On the boys' side, the Kodiak Bears had 58 points and finished second to Service's 28. Wasilla was third, Chugiak fourth, and Grace Christian fifth.

            James Osowski and Nathan Deer both finished in the top 10, with fourth and seventh-places, respectively. Cole Christiansen was 11th, with Jordan Fogle 13th.

            Next up for the Bears is a home meet at Fort Abercrombie Friday evening, with Grace, ACS, Port Lions and a couple runners from Service expected to compete.

 
Aug 30 2010
Dead Fin Whale Floats into Kodiak Harbor
Monday, 30 August 2010

100830.dead_fin_whale.jpgScientists conduct a field necropsy Monday on a fin whale that floated into the Kodiak harbor on Sunday. The whale was towed to Uski Island and secured to the shore so it wouldn't float away. The scientists are trying to determine what killed the approximately 40-foot whale. Photo by Lon White/Deputy Kodiak Harbormaster

 

 
Aug 30 2010
Schroeder Withdraws from House Race
Monday, 30 August 2010

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            It looks like both of Kodiak's incumbent Republicans will get an free pass back to the state legislature in Juneau. Democratic challenger Andy Schroeder today is pulling his name from contention in the House District 36 race, less than a week after collecting 364 votes in the Democratic Primary Election.

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Aug 30 2010
Bears Romp Over Barrow Whalers
Monday, 30 August 2010

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            The Kodiak High School Bears lit up the scoreboard at Baranof Park Saturday like it was a pinball machine, racking up 48 points as they routed the visiting Barrow Whalers, who managed only six points in return.

            By the fourth quarter, the Bears took to punting on third down and putting in JV players in an effort not to run up the score.

            The Bears are now 2-and-2 overall, but only 0-and-1 in the Northern Lights Conference. Coming up next for Kodiak will be a visit by the Homer Mariners, which will begin four straight NLC games to end the season.

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Aug 30 2010
Tourism Season Strong, But Not Over Yet
Monday, 30 August 2010

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            Labor Day is just a week away and while we didn't have much of a summer season, there were some bright spots.

            One of those was the local tourism industry. While much of the country struggles with high unemployment and financial uncertainties, that doesn't seem to have affected the visitors coming to Kodiak.

            Janet Cunningham, with the Kodiak Island Convention and Visitor's Bureau told KMXT's Maggie Wall that tourism was strong this summer:

 
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