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Feb 18 2009
KEA Gearing Up for Summer Work on Pillar Mountain
Wednesday, 18 February 2009

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            In early June Kodiak Electric Association will begin the process of moving equipment up Pillar Mountain for its wind power project. The operation will involve the movement of very large vehicles through town.

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Feb 17 2009
Peterson Students Do Battle - With Books
Tuesday, 17 February 2009

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            Two teams from Peterson Elementary School in Kodiak are going to the state competition for the Battle of the Books.

Peterson Elementary Principal Beth Kohl and Chris Hicks, a teacher there, presented the results of the most recent battle of the books competition at the Kodiak Island Borough School District meeting on Monday evening. Kohl said students were enthusiastic about the contest and about reading.

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Feb 17 2009
'Biomass Bag' Idea Finalist in Marketplace Competition
Tuesday, 17 February 2009

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            Thirty finalists from across Alaska have been selected to advance to the next round of the fourth Alaska Marketplace competition, where they will vie for a portion of the nearly 300-thousand dollars in award money for business and other projects. And one Kodiak resident is among the finalists.

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Feb 17 2009
Ouzinkie Airport on Stimulus List
Tuesday, 17 February 2009

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            The economic stimulus package that passed congress includes several items for spending in Alaska, and one of the largest for the state appears to be a new airport and connecting road in Ouzinkie, on Spruce Island, just north of Kodiak City.

            Alaska Republican Representative Don Young voted against the bill, as did Republican Senator Lisa Murkowski. Democratic Senator Mark Begich supported the bill, though worked with Republicans to reduce the amount of spending.

            The price tag for the Ouzinkie Airport project is estimated to between 10-million and 20-million dollars, and appears to be "shovel-ready," as the Alaska Department of Transportation and Public Facilities is ready to advertise for bids as soon as the stimulus bill is signed into law by President Barack Obama.

            Also included in the D-O-T's list of projects is rut repair on Rezanof Drive West, as it heads out of downtown towards the airport, and work on the Chiniak Highway at Mile 24.

 
Feb 14 2009
A Very Special Jock of the Rock Valentine's Day Show
Saturday, 14 February 2009

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          It's Valentine's Day, and the only Nut of the Roundtable with Three Corners who has a significant other gets a very special phone call.

 
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