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May 13 2009
Ferris to Replace Rounsaville as KHS AD
Wednesday, 13 May 2009

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            Kodiak High School will have a new activities director when school re-opens in the fall. Bryan Ferris, who currently teaches sixth-grade science at Kodiak Middle School and has been with the district for 19 years, will replace Steve Rounsaville in the post. Rounsaville is retiring after 23 with the district, the past two of which he spent as activities director.

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May 13 2009
185 to Graduate Sunday
Wednesday, 13 May 2009

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            Kodiak High School seniors are preparing for graduation this week, and the school plans to hold not one, but two events in honor of the class of 2009 

            Kodiak High School principal Bill Watkins said graduation has changed somewhat from the traditional model, beginning last year. Previously, the graduation ceremony included the announcement of scholarships, which was time consuming, lasting about an hour, and therefore unpopular with students. Watkins said that at the request of students wanting to reduce the time of the ceremony and include the rest of the student body in the process, the change was implemented.

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May 11 2009
Coast Guard Delivers Pumps to FV Jaime Marie
Monday, 11 May 2009

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            An MH-60 Jayhawk helicopter from Air Station Kodiak responded to the other side of the island early this morning to deliver two de-watering pumps to a Kodiak seiner that was taking on water. Coast Guard spokesman Walter Shinn in Juneau said the cause of the 50-foot Jaime Marie taking on water was not known, but the Marine Safety Detachment office in Kodiak will be looking into it. Seas were calm at the time of the Coast Guard flight this morning. Shinn said the fishing vessel Halcyon was standing by just in case.

 

 
May 11 2009
Devens Out as Prince William Sound RCAC Head
Monday, 11 May 2009

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            Big changes have come out of the annual spring meeting of the Prince William Sound Regional Citizens Advisory Council in Valdez. There is a new board president, and long-time executive director John Devens has resigned.

            The other major change was Steve Lewis of Seldovia being elected president, replacing Patience Andersen-Faulkner of Cordova, who had served in that post since 2007. Jane Eisemann of Kodiak was elected to the executive committee at the annual meeting held Thursday and Friday in Valdez.

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May 11 2009
Stimulus Package Brings More Money into Borough
Monday, 11 May 2009

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            The Kodiak Island Borough has released a report outlining spending bills approved during the Alaska State Legislature's session and funding of interest to the Kodiak community. 

            According to borough lobbyist Mark Hickey's report, municipal revenue sharing for fiscal year 2010 was funded at the same level as the current fiscal year. However, borough manager Rick Gifford said that economic stimulus funding will bring in added revenue to the borough.

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