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Oct 13 2009
Bear Valley Golf Course Closes After Storm Damage
Tuesday, 13 October 2009

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Anton Larsen Bay Road near the Bear Valley Golf Course Clubhouse resembles a stream bed after flood waters washed through during Friday's storm. Photos by Jane Lanford

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            The tropical storm that battered Kodiak on Friday and caused a score of mudslides also damaged the Bear Valley Golf Course to the point where it is not only closing for the season, but some of the links will have to be redesigned when it opens next spring.

            Art Bors in the course manager. He says the creek at the east end of the golf course apparently dammed up from mud and landslides, redirecting water across the course. 

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Oct 13 2009
City Escapes With Only Minor Trouble in Storm's Wake
Tuesday, 13 October 2009

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            While numerous mudslides closed the Chiniak Highway between the Coast Guard Base and the fairgrounds, the Friday storm was a little more kind inside Kodiak City limits.

            Mark Kozak is the public works director for the city, where mudslides in the past have damaged and even destroyed homes.

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Oct 13 2009
Bears Bring The Sportsmanship at State Tennis Championships
Tuesday, 13 October 2009

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            The state high school tennis championships were held Friday and Saturday in Anchorage, and the Kodiak High School Bears were among the 17 teams that competed.

            In the boys' singles match, Jayse Taan of Kodiak was defeated 6-1, 6-3 by Lathrop's Phillip Martinez while Shiori Ohki fell in straight sets to Mimi Ahn of Dimond in the girls' singles round of 16.

            In boys' doubles, Chris Malutin and Jake Powell were defeated by Christian Cecil and Cade Scott of Bartlett 6-7; 6-4, 6-4, while Rachel Hoyt and Juvy Small fell 6-2, 6-0 to Lauren Fukuoka and Ali Gilbert of Eagle River in girls' doubles.

            In mixed doubles, Joanna Garcia and Brice Thomas fell to East's Taylor Michelle and Jonathon Taylor 6-1, 6-2.

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Oct 12 2009
Tanner Crab Photos Elicit Strong Reactions
Monday, 12 October 2009

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This photo, with what is reported to be Tanner crab bycatch in a bottomfish trawl, was released by the Alaska Marine Conservation Council.

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            A Kodiak fisherman presented some dramatic photographs Thursday at the federal fisheries meeting in Anchorage of what was described as an extreme bycatch of Tanner crab made by a trawler in Kodiak Island waters this summer.

            The photographs, presented during the testimony of Alexus Kwachka before the North Pacific Fishery Management Council, show a trawl net overflowing with Tanner crab. They were also e-mailed around the state by the Alaska Marine Conservation Council. AMCC is not revealing who took the pictures, or what boat he was a crewman on, but what is clear, is that many Tanners should not have been in the net.

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Oct 12 2009
Bears Bounced from Football Playoffs
Monday, 12 October 2009

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            For the first time in four years the Kodiak High School Bears will not be playing in the state football championship game. The Bears were stopped by the Kenai Kardinals 34-to-13 on Friday evening, ending their season with a 5-and-5 record.

            The Bears played the Kards tough through the first half, only giving up one touchdown, but the Kodiak offense was stopped by a Kenai defense that allowed only one first down and a handful of yards. Even though the Bears tied it up in the third period, the Kards poured on the touchdowns before the Bears scored one last time.

            Kenai will go on to play the Soldotna in the small-school championship game on Saturday, after the Stars downed the Homer Mariners over the weekend.

 
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