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Sep 24 2009
KIBSD Youth Leadership Begins Second Year
Thursday, 24 September 2009

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              The school board's Student Leadership Program is now into its second year. On Monday night, local office holders addressed this year's young leaders-in-training. The small group of elementary students in Kodiak and in the villages listened to representatives from the city, the borough, the school district and the state board of education.

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Sep 24 2009
Input Needed on New Library
Thursday, 24 September 2009

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          Kodiak's Public Library Association held a public meeting Tuesday night. Association members took the opportunity to share details about nine potential building sites for a new library.

            While the meeting focused on the plus and minuses of possible new sites, there was no actual selection made.  

           Erin Harrington is vice chair of the group.         

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Sep 23 2009
Permanent Fund Dividend Amount Announced
Wednesday, 23 September 2009

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            Governor Sean Parnell announced Wednesday evening that this year's Permanent Fund Dividend, going to all eligible Alaskans, will be $1,305.Payments will be made on October 8th for those who chose direct deposit, while paper checks will go in the mail on October 22nd.

 

 
Sep 23 2009
Kodiak Chamber Wins Outstanding Award at Conference
Wednesday, 23 September 2009

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            The state convention of chambers of commerce is being held in Homer, and the folks from Kodiak's chamber will be bringing home quite an honor: The 2009 Outstanding Chamber of Commerce Award.

            Executive Director Debora King received the award Tuesday night at the opening banquet. She said hard work by her outstanding staff and board of directors - as well as a little luck, contributed to Kodiak's selection.

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Sep 23 2009
Healy Makes Brief Stop in Kodiak
Wednesday, 23 September 2009

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             A large visitor clad in red showed up in Kodiak yesterday. No, it wasn't an early visit by Santa Claus, it was the nation's largest ice breaker, the Coast Guard Cutter Healy . At 420-feet, the ship is the largest - and the newest - of America's ice-breaking fleet. It was moored at the city's Pier Two.

            According to Ensign Emily Kehrt, the Healy just completed three months underway in the Beaufort Sea, studying the Arctic Ocean and mapping the seafloor of the extended continental shelf. The Healy is on its way back to its homeport of Seattle, after concluding the final two components of the Arctic West Summer 2009 mission.

            The first part of the mission, led by Robert Pickart of Woods Hole Oceanographic Institute, included deploying several types of hydro-graphic recording devices as well as recovering others, deployed on earlier missions. During the second part of the mission, led by Larry Mayer of the University of New Hampshire, the Healy participated in a joint effort with the Canadian Coast Guard Cutter Louis Saint Laurent to map the topographical features of the Arctic seafloor.

            The Healy has a permanent crew of 80, with plenty of room for visiting scientists.

 
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