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May 26 2010
Police Ready to Move into New Digs
Wednesday, 26 May 2010

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            The new Kodiak Public Safety Building is almost ready for occupancy, according to Police Chief T.C. Kamai, who updated the city council at Tuesday night's meeting.

            Kamai said the final fire alarm test is scheduled for Friday, and if it passes, as he thinks it will, the city will receive its occupancy certificate, which will allow the department to begin working out of the building. Though, as he points out, it will be a phased-in move, starting with dispatch.

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May 25 2010
All Things Crab Fest on Talk of the Rock
Tuesday, 25 May 2010

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            Crab Fest 2010 Begins on Thursday. Some of the festival organizers appeared on KMXT's Talk of the Rock to offer a preview of the big event.

 

 
May 25 2010
KIB and PKIMC Sign Letter of Intent for Care Facility
Tuesday, 25 May 2010

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            With the signing last week of a letter of intent with Providence Kodiak Island Medical Center, Movement has begun in the direction of creating a new, long-term care facility for Kodiak Seniors.

But as KMXT's Diana Gish reports, the signing was not without controversy:

 
May 25 2010
City Council Work Session Preview
Tuesday, 25 May 2010

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            The Kodiak City Council has a short, but potentially lively, agenda for its work session tonight.

            The council will discuss plans to send Kodiak Chamber of Commerce economic development specialist Trevor Brown to the North Pacific Fishery Management Council meeting next month in Sitka, and what his message from the city should be.

            The council will be introduced to the Marsh and McLennan agency, which, according to its website, "serves the insurance needs of middle market companies in the United States."

            Also on the agenda will be a request from the Kodiak Historical Society for an increase in its funding from the city.

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May 24 2010
Schick Leads Bears at State Meet
Monday, 24 May 2010

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            The Bartlett Golden Bears won their third straight state track and field championships over the weekend at the state meet in Fairbanks, edging out the Service Cougars in the last race for the victory. With 64 points, the Kodiak Bears took third to Service's 76 and Bartlett's 80. The Kodiak boys were led by Karsten Schick, who swept the hurdles, winning the 110-meter race in 15.16-seconds and the 300 in 39.82-seconds.

            Kodiak's Dylan Anthony was second in the 1,600, while the 4-by-400 and 4-by-800 relay teams took second as well.

            Rounding out the top five, South Anchorage was fourth, with East Anchorage and West Valley tied for fifth.

            On the girls' side, the Lady Bears finished 13th, with 11 points. Their top performance came from Jaymi Bethea, who was second in the 1,600-meter race, with a time of 5-minutes 13.7-seconds. She was eighth in the 800-meters, while the girls' 4-by-800 relay team took sixth.

            The Dimond girls won the event with 80 points, while Bartlett was second with 56, followed by Kenai, Wasilla and West Valley.

 
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