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Sep 29 2009
Grand Opening for Expanded Community Health Center
Tuesday, 29 September 2009

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            The Kodiak Community Health Center held its grand opening ribbon-cutting ceremony on Friday. Construction work was completed this summer, and the doctors and staff moved in last month.

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Sep 28 2009
Glagolich Selected as Finalist
Monday, 28 September 2009

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            A Kodiak High School teacher is one of the finalists for Alaska Teacher of the Year.

            On Friday the State Department of Education and Early Development named Darcy Glagolich as one of four teachers in the running for the honor.

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Sep 28 2009
FV Unimak Still Intact; Magone Removing Fuel
Monday, 28 September 2009

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The FV Unimak aground near Chignik. US Coast Guard photo.

 

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            The 83-foot fishing vessel Unimak that went aground on the Alaska Peninsula near Chignik on Thursday evening is still intact, and Magone Marine is attempting to clean it up.

            Dan Magone and his crew have already removed the diesel out of the day tank, put absorbents into the engine room to prevent leaks, and removed batteries, paint and other pollutants from the ship. He said that they are staged and ready to pump out the other 800 gallons of fuel and other pollutants, but are currently on weather hold, as the area is experiencing gales.

            Magone reported to the Coast Guard that the waves washed most of the cod from the fishing vessel onto shore, and bears, sea lions, and gulls are reportedly feasting on the bounty.

            The wooden-hulled Unimak went aground on a rocky beach near cliffs. The Coast Guard is currently investigating why. The three men aboard the boat abandoned ship into a life raft, were rescued by the Sylvia Star and taken to Chignik.

 
Sep 28 2009
Aiming for the Bull's Eye - Dart Season is Underway
Monday, 28 September 2009

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            The Kodiak Dart League kicked off its season Wednesday night. KMXT's Jay Barrett plays on the American Legion's Coyote Pack, and brought his microphone to the team's opening match against the Legion's Dartin' Divas.

            The 16 teams in the Kodiak Dart League play every Wednesday evening at a nightspot near you.

 
Sep 28 2009
Glagolich Selected as Finalist
Monday, 28 September 2009

 

 

            A Kodiak High School teacher is one of the finalists for Alaska Teacher of the Year.

            On Friday the State Department of Education and Early Development named Darcy Glagolich  as one of four teachers in the running for the honor.

The Alaska Teacher of the Year, and an alternate, will be chosen by a committee made up of members of leading educational associations, along with the current Teacher of the Year, Robert Williams of Colony High School.

The committee will meet October 21st to consider written applications, a video of each teacher on the job, and an interview with each candidate.

            The Alaska Teacher of the Year will speak at education conferences and participate in education working groups across the state.

            If Glagolich is selected as Alaska Teacher of the Year, she will also become a nominee for national teacher of the year.

 
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