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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.

 
May 24 2010
Eagle River Man OK After Kayak Capsizes
Monday, 24 May 2010

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            A kayaker is alive after a brush with hypothermia in the cold waters off Kodiak Island over the weekend. The Alaska State Troopers report 60-year-old Gale H. Armstrong of Eagle River capsized his kayak in Narrow Strait Saturday afternoon. Troopers report he had been kayaking in the strait near Spruce Island when his kayak overturned. Unable to get to shore or back into the kayak, he called 911 with his cell phone.

            Alaska Wildlife Troopers responded with the patrol vessel "Ethics," from the Kodiak harbor, while State Troopers and State Parks Rangers directed them to Armstrong from Miller Point in Fort Abercrombie.

            The crew from the patrol boat picked Armstrong up at 4:20 p.m. and transported him to Providence Kodiak Island Medical Center for treatment of hypothermia. A hospital spokeswoman says Armstrong was later released.

 
May 24 2010
KIB Commits to Level Funding for Schools
Monday, 24 May 2010

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            The Kodiak Island Borough Assembly held a public hearing about school district funding at last week's regular meeting.

            At issue was the minimum amount that the assembly should contribute to the fiscal year 2011 budget. During an earlier work session, assembly members expressed a desire to maintain the same level of funding that it contributed last year.

            The school district had asked assembly members for a local funding increase from $10,290,000 to $10,713,469. The higher amount was requested in order to pay for the hiring of two math intervention specialists and a technology support person.

            During the public hearing, several people spoke in favor of the higher level funding including representative from the villages who participated through video conference. In person, the assembly heard from several citizens including third grade teacher Cat Ellen DeVries. She shared success stories from Main Elementary school where the district's only "math interventionist" has been working with students.

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May 24 2010
City Council Urged to Speak Out at N. Pacific Council Meeting
Monday, 24 May 2010

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            Three Kodiak fisheries activists gave the city council an earful at its last meeting, decrying the council's decision not to send a letter to a U.S. House committee in opposition of enacting catch shares in East Coast fisheries. A similar letter was sent by the Kodiak Island Borough, Aleutians East Borough and the city of King Cove.

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May 22 2010
Jock of the Rock Gets Deep
Saturday, 22 May 2010

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            This week on Jock of the Rock, Michael Odell says records (even his) are made to be broken; Ron Sears says if you're ahead, you can only bring out the Rally Fries if you're 10 games under .500; Derek Clarkston updates us on State Track and Field Championships and KHS baseball; meanwhile, Jay Barrett gets deep.

 
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