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Due to current dry and windy conditions, there is a borough-wide burn ban in effect. No incinerator or open burning is allowed at this time.
 
Jan 26 2010
Kikkan Randall is Ready for Olympics
Tuesday, 26 January 2010

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            The leader of the U.S. Olympic Cross-Country Ski Team is getting ready for the Winter Olympic Games to be held in Vancouver, but Anchorage's Kikkan Randall took a few minutes to call into KMXT's Jock of the Rock on Saturday to discuss her journey to becoming America's best skier.

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Jan 26 2010
Haitian-Creole Dinner to be Next Fundraising Meal for Haiti
Tuesday, 26 January 2010

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             A strong turn-out at Friday's Spaghetti feed helped the students and staff of East Elementary School raise 4,500 dollars for the Caribbean Red Cross and Unicef Haiti. One of those who helped prepare and serve the meal was Chris Provost who is a reading teacher at East. He said that the school staff served 550 meals.

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Jan 26 2010
Assembly Hears Curbside Concerns
Tuesday, 26 January 2010

 

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             At last week's Kodiak Island Borough Assembly meeting the assembly heard from local residents concerned about the proposed curbside trash pick-up plan.

            While the plan is still under discussion and was not on the agenda of the regular meeting, its clear that the issue is on the minds of many people.

            The following are excerpts of some of the comments the assembly heard on Thursday. The first speaker was Marsha Oswalt.

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Jan 25 2010
Unlatched Truck Hood Results in Accident
Monday, 25 January 2010

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             An accident this morning resulted in minor injuries for one driver. According to Lieutenant Kyle Valerio, Kodiak Police received a call shortly before 8 o'clock this morning about an accident that occurred near Saint. Paul's church. A driver on Rezanof was heading away from town when the hood of his truck flew up, obstructing his view. Valerios said that the driver then crossed over the center line and side-swiped a vehicle that was heading the opposite direction. The driver of the second vehicle was taken to the hospital with what Valerio said appeared to be minor injuries. He said that the driver of the truck was not injured.Kodiak police and the Kodiak Fire Department responded to the accident.

 
Jan 25 2010
Search is On for Crossing Guard Solutions
Monday, 25 January 2010

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            The availability of school crossing guards is always in flux but the need for them remains the same.

             Currently, volunteers from local non-profit groups take morning and afternoon shifts at key intersections to insure that students get across the road safely. Each time a volunteer fills a shift; their non-profit organization earns 10 dollars.

            The program is administered by the Salvation Army which receives an annual donation from the borough for their efforts.

            Captain Cathy Quinn talked about the Salvation Army's role in program.

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