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Local Candidate Debate

Kodiak's candidates for local government positions will face off on September 23 at 6pm in the Borough Assembly Chambers. Candidates include those running for the City Council, School Board and Borough Assembly. The event is sponsored by Chamber of Commerce and KMXT and will be broadcast live on KMXT 100.1FM

 
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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. 
 
May 07 2009
Electric Car Winner Says Xebra is 'Pretty Cool'
Thursday, 07 May 2009

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            The Kodiak Lions Club had its raffle drawing during the community Clean Up Saturday for the electric car they were giving away. The "Zap Xebra" was won by Jenny Clay, who works at city hall.

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May 07 2009
Trident Pays Fines for Ammonia Violations
Thursday, 07 May 2009

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            Trident Seafoods will pay more than 112-thousand dollars for not reporting large quantities of hazardous chemicals to the EPA. The company violated the Emergency Planning and Community Right-to-Know Act by not telling local emergency response teams that they had large quantities of ammonia, a hazardous chemical, at processing plants in Akutan, Kodiak, Petersburg, and Seattle. EPA public affairs specialist Tony Brown says this endangered the surrounding communities.

            Exposure to large quantities of ammonia can cause respiratory problems and eye irritations and it is highly explosive. The company reportedly stored 25 thousand pounds in Kodiak, 80 thousand in Akutan, 1,400 pounds in Petersburg, and 19,500 in Seattle.

            Trident will pay a 61 thousand dollar penalty to the federal government and will fund supplemental environmental project. The company will spend 23 thousand dollars on emergency response equipment for the Kodiak fire department and 28 thousand dollars on equipment for the Akutan volunteer fire department.

            EPA assistant regional council Stephanie Mairs says this is a common violation and though Trident is paying a significant penalty, it is not unusually large. Mairs says the company does not have any previous violations nor do they admit guilt in this instance.

            Trident did not respond to phone calls on Monday.

 
May 05 2009
Enrollment Discussed at Port Lions Meeting
Tuesday, 05 May 2009

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            The Kodiak Island Borough School District has seen a significant decline in enrollment numbers during the 2008/2009 school year. The Board of Education discussed possible staffing adjustments, based on current and projected 2009/2010 enrollment for K-through-12 schools at its work session Monday. The work session was held in an appropriate alternate location for such a topic, the Port Lions School.

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May 04 2009
Kodiak Bears Dominate in Juneau
Monday, 04 May 2009

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             The Kodiak Bears were one-two at the track and field meet in Juneau over the weekend. The boys dominated the field of nine schools with 286 points to second-place Juneau's 182. The Kodiak girls were neck-and-neck with Juneau until the end, though the Crimson Bears won with 205 points to Kodiak's 196.

            The boys were led by junior Karsten Schick and senior Trevor Dunbar, both of whom had four first-place finishes, either individually or with teammates.

            Schick leapt 6-feet in the high jump, won the 110-meter hurdles, the 400-meter race, and was on the winning 4x400 relay team with Dunbar, Sam Salus and Christian Zarate. Dunbar was also first in the 800, 1600 and 3200 meter races. He ran 4-minutes 10-point-78-seconds in the 1600, which is about 30-feet short of a mile.

            The boys also took first in the 4x200 meter relay.

            Behind Kodiak and Juneau-Douglas were Haines, Sitka, Petersburg, Ketchikan, Gustavus, Yakutat and Mount Edgecumbe.

            On the girls' side, senior Linzee Burcham won the 400-meter race and senior Keeley Wall won the triple jump with a distance of 31-feet, 5-point-5 inches. The Lady Bears dominated the relays, winning the 4x200, 4x400, and 4x800 events, and were second in the 4x100.

             Following the Juneau and Kodiak girls were Sitka, Haines, Ketchikan, Petersburg and Mount Edgcumbe.

            The next challenge for the Bears will be hosting Anchorage Christian School and Bartlett.

            Click "Read more" below to see the Bears' finals results.

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May 04 2009
Swine Flu Concern in Schools
Monday, 04 May 2009

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            The Kodiak Island Borough School District is asking parents to keep their children home from school if they start exhibiting flu-like symptoms. Superintendant Stewart McDonald sent that message to parents last week.

            Though no confirmed cases of Swine Flu have been reported in Alaska, preparation for its eventual arrival have been taking place on state and local levels.

            McDonald's letter asks parents to inform their school that their children are staying home with flu-like symptoms if they keep their kids home, so that the school nurses can keep track of what classes it may be affecting and "take any action necessary" to control the spread of the illness.

            Schools in many Lower 48 communities have closed because of Swine Flu cases reported there.

 
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