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Sep 29 2008
Bears Back Into Playoffs
Monday, 29 September 2008

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            The Kodiak High School Bears continued their post-bye week stumble Friday evening at Joe Floyd Field, getting beat by the Houston Hawks 10-to-7. The loss, the Bears’ third in a row, drops the team’s record to 3-and-2 in the Northern Lights conference, and 4-and-3 overall. In the three losses since the bye-week, the Bears have been outscored 72-to-7.             Soldotna beat Kenai 50-to-nothing over the weekend, so the Bears finish in second place in the NLC and will host a first round game against the third seed from the Greatland Conference. That game with the Nikiski Bulldogs will be at 11 a.m. Saturday at Joe Floyd Field.

 
Sep 26 2008
North Star School Vandalized
Friday, 26 September 2008

 

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            The Alaska State Troopers are investigating some vandalism at North Star Elementary School. The Trooper report says that late Monday night or early Tuesday morning that the school’s north wall was peppered with over 25 paint balls.

            No major damage was reported and the investigation continues.

 
Sep 25 2008
Alaska Fisheries Report with Mary Donaldson
Thursday, 25 September 2008

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            This week on the Alaska Fisheries Report from KMXT, Mary Donaldson has a preview of the North Pacific Fishery Managment Council meeting next week, low returns in Southeast are causing problems for salmon hatcheries, and is rationalization the only way to save global fisheries? One study says it is. All that and more on the Alaska Fisheries Report.

 
Sep 25 2008
One-Year School Board Seat Attracts Crowd
Thursday, 25 September 2008

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            What had been the ugly duckling of election races is now the belle of the ball. When the deadline to declare candidacy for the one-year seat open on the Kodiak school board passed, not a single person had signed up for it. Now, with three candidates waging a write-in campaign, it's the only contested race in the district, or the city or the borough.

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Sep 25 2008
Summer Air Service To Homer Comes To End
Thursday, 25 September 2008

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            Island Air in Kodiak has been providing scheduled passenger flight services to many villages around the island for many years, and this summer added service to Homer. Mary Donaldson has more.

 

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