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Mar 29 2011
Construction Accademy Building Toward April Course
Tuesday, 29 March 2011

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            There's still time to apply for free vocational training for those interested in working in the construction trade. The Kodiak Regional Construction Academy will be offering an intensive three-week course from April 9 to 30th that will be open to everyone age 16 and older. KMXT's Jacob Resneck has more.

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Mar 29 2011
Over 100 Students Turn Out for Track and Field
Tuesday, 29 March 2011

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            There are 109 members of the Kodiak High School track and field team this year, and they held their first warm-up of the season in the Blue and Gold meet Friday and Saturday at what was most likely a very crowded Baranof Park.

            We have a link to all the finishers on our website, but here are the winners of the finals: Seniors Riley McFarlin and Samantha Oliver won their respective 100-meter dashes. McFarlin in 11.4 seconds - just three-tenths faster than freshman Joshua Corpuz - and Oliver in 14.1 seconds - also three-tenths ahead of second-place, Shannon Armstrong, a sophomore.

            Oliver and McFarland also won their 200-meter finals.

            Nathan Deer took the boys' 800-meters, while Jordan Fogle won the 1,600-meters. Sarah Ng (ing) won the girls' 16-hundred.

            On the field, Oliver hurled the nearly-nine-pound shot put 29-feet 10-inches to take first place. On the boy's side, Mua Sega threw the 12-pound shot 36-feet 10.5-inches.

            Michael Manifo cleared 5-feet even in the boys' high jump, while McKenzie Barnett cleared 4-feet 4-inches in the girls' event.

            Find all the results by clicking "Read more," below.

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Mar 25 2011
Senate Forming Capital Budget
Friday, 25 March 2011

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            Members of the Senate majority addressed questions about the supplemental and capital budgets during a press conference yesterday in Juneau. There is less than a month left in the session, and the budgets to fund programs that have seen increases since last year and provide funds for summer construction have yet to be finalized.

            Bethel Senator Lyman Hoffman said the Senate has several priorities it is acting on.

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Mar 25 2011
Concerns Linger Over Naval War Games
Friday, 25 March 2011

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The USS John C. Stennis aircraft carrier steams through the Gulf of Alaska during a past Northern Edge exercise in Alaska waters. This year’s planned use of sonar in the Gulf of Alaska remains controversial. U.S. Navy Mate 3rd Class Mark J. Rebilas file photo

 

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            This summer the military plans to resume its Northern Edge exercises that include bombing ranges in the Gulf of Alaska. This year's plan by the U.S. Navy to test medium-frequency sonar for antisubmarine warfare practice has raised concerns about the impact to marine mammals and fisheries.

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Mar 24 2011
The Alaska Fisheries Report Marks 25 Years on the Air
Thursday, 24 March 2011

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afr_logo_salmon-25-years.jpg            Coming up this week, the Sitka Sound Sac Roe Herring fishery could kick off any minute now, the Fishing Company of Alaska has suddenly ceased operations, and can catch shares work if they're given to communities to divvy up among their fishermen? We had help this week from Seafood.com's John Sackton, KFSK's Joe Viechnicki in Petersburg, Fish Radio's Laine Welch in Kodiak, KBBI's Aaron Selbig in Homer and This e-mail address is being protected from spam bots, you need JavaScript enabled to view it Jacob Resneck in Kodiak.

 
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