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Congressional Fisheries Debate

Why is it important for Alaska’s Congressmen to know about fisheries? Because 85 percent of Alaska’s fish and crab catches come from federal waters, meaning three to 200 miles from shore.

 

Come see Alaska US Senator Mark Begich and his opponent Dan Sullivan face off over fish issues, followed by Congressman Don Young and his challenger Forrest Dunbar. Wednesday, October 1 from 7-9pm at the high school auditorium. Submit questions at the door and learn who’s best for Alaska’s fisheries in DC.

 
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Our annual marathon, half marathon, 10K and 5K race will be held October 11, 2014! You may now register and find more information at www.kmxt.org/run_the_rock. 
 
Aug 31 2009
Bears 4th, 5th at Skyview XC Invitational
Monday, 31 August 2009

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            The Kodiak High School Bears cross country team competed Saturday at the Skyview Invitational in Soldotna, with the boys placing fourth and the girls fifth. There were 26 teams, with runners from all the Anchorage and Region Three schools.

            Dylan Anthony came in third with a time of 16-minutes 2-point-8-seconds. Newcomer Nathan Deer set a personal best of 17-minutes, 6.2-seconds to place 13th. Chaven Davidson was 34th, James Osowski 37th, Jordan Fogle was 43rd and Caleb Nymeyer was 47th, as both set personal bests as well. Jake Salus was 57th.

            Service High School won the meet with 45 points, followed by South Anchorage and Grace Christian tied with 89. Kodiak had 127. West Anchorage rounded out the top five.

            In the girls' race, Chloe Ivanoff and Jaymi Bethea were one second apart, in 13th and 14th, respectively. Allie Smith was 23rd, Sarah Ng 26th, Samantha Haight 71st, Selma Ernest 75th and Amelia Egle was 82nd.

            West Anchorage was the top girls team with 60 points, followed by South Anchorage, Colony, Wasilla and Kodiak.

            Coach Marcus Dunbar said everyone on the team is improving and the squad looks to be where they need to be at this point in the season.

 
Aug 31 2009
KEA's Wind Turbines Feted
Monday, 31 August 2009

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            Both the sun and the Governor were missing from Kodiak Electric's ribbon-cutting ceremony for the wind turbines on Pillar Mountain Friday. And earlier in the morning, it looked like the wind and rain were going to win their fight with the tent crew. But the tent went up, the cakes made it up the mountain without incident and most of the VIPs arrived in time for the event. The wind and the rain along with the fog on the mountain, reminded KEA's Darren Scott of the many obstacles on the way to getting the Pillar Mountain wind turbines operational. He had words of thanks and praise for everyone involved in the project.

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Aug 31 2009
Parnell Promises Kodiak Open Access
Monday, 31 August 2009

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            Though it took him all day, Alaska Governor Sean Parnell never quit trying to get to Kodiak on Friday. Due in early in the day to attend the ribbon-cutting of the new KEA wind farm and to inspect the Kodiak Launch Complex, the weather lifted in the late afternoon, and Parnell was finally able to land.

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Aug 31 2009
Bears Down Panthers in NLC Opener
Monday, 31 August 2009

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            The Kodiak High School Bears football team got off on the right foot in Northern Lights Conference play Saturday, by downing the Skyview Panthers 18 to 2.

            The Panthers, one of two teams from Soldotna, got on the scoreboard first with a safety late in the second period, in a game that was shaping up to be a defensive battle. When the Bears regained possession, they marched down the field with under two minutes to go in the half and got a touchdown run by Riley McFarlin from the 11. The ensuing point after resulted in two points after a broken play. That was all the scoring until the fourth quarter when the Bears added a touchdown and a field goal. 

            The Bears are on the road three of the next four weeks, starting with Soldotna on Saturday, and followed a week later by Houston. The homecoming game is against the red-hot Kenai Kardinals, followed by the regular season finale' in Homer.

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Aug 28 2009
Local Brewers Attend Hops School
Friday, 28 August 2009

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             History's first commercial brewers worked under the sign of the alchemist. But instead of turning metal to gold their specialty was turning grain into beer. Since they didn't know about yeast, those early beer-making alchemists attributed the brewing process to magic. They were known to perform elaborate rituals in an attempt to replicate whatever worked for them in the past. These days the science of making beer is better understood. Instead of conducting rituals and conjuring spells, modern brewers can take classes to quench their thirst for better beer making. And as KMXT's Diana Gish reports, Kodiak's local brewers are doing just that.

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