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Sep 17 2009
Kodiak College Aids Adult Learners
Thursday, 17 September 2009

 

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            A new round of Kodiak College adult education classes have begun. English as a second language and G-E-D preparation classes started. on Tuesday. Adelia Myrick is the Adult Basic Education coordinator at the College and she says that it's not too late for new or returning students to jump in to one of the 12 classes that are currently underway.

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Sep 16 2009
Tustumena Out of Service - Headed to Seward for Repairs
Wednesday, 16 September 2009

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            The state ferry Tustumena is headed to Seward for repairs. Alaska Department of Transportation spokesman Roger Wetherell says the boat's vehicle lift experienced an unspecified malfunction while offloading in Seldovia Sunday night.

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Sep 16 2009
Davidson to Challenge Floyd for Kodiak Mayor
Wednesday, 16 September 2009

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            There will be a familiar name running against long-time Kodiak Mayor Carolyn Floyd in the Municipal Elections next month. Charlie Davidson, who spent 15 years on the city council before retiring two years ago, is the only challenger for Floyd, who has served continuously since being elected in 1993. Davidson was recently appointed to fill a portion of the unexpired term of former councilman Jack Maker, who resigned suddenly this summer. The term for mayor is two years.

            There is one year left in Maker's term, and there are two local cannery bosses vying for the seat: Mike Woodruff, who is part owner of Alaska Fresh Seafoods, and John Whiddon, the manager of Island Seafoods. Woodruff is the son of the late Dave Woodruff, who served many years on the Kodiak City Council. Whiddon is also the president of the Kodiak Chamber of Commerce board of directors.

            There are two full city council terms expiring this year, and each have only one candidate apiece seeking election to them, and they are the incumbents, Josie Rosales and Gabriel Saravia. Both are running unopposed for three-year terms.

            The Municipal Election is on Tuesday, October 6th.

 
Sep 16 2009
Quass Gung-Ho as New Arts Director
Wednesday, 16 September 2009

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            Though they conducted a world-wide search, the board of the Kodiak Arts Council found their new director in our own back yard, in the person of Tom Quass, a retiring Coast Guard policeman.

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Sep 16 2009
Murkowski Comments on Kodiak Town Hall
Wednesday, 16 September 2009

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          Just like those in attendance, Senator Lisa Murkowski still had plenty to say following Monday's live video conference on health care reform. Just a handful of participants got to ask questions of the Republican senator; the rest were encouraged to write down their questions and turn them in to Murkowski's aide at the end of the hour-long meeting.

            Afterwards, Murkowski spoke by phone from Washington D.C about the event, which was her first long-distance town hall meeting. Although an audio problem made hearing difficult on her end, she said she was happy with the outcome of the meeting. She was especially pleased that people felt free to voice very diverse opinions. KMXT's Diana Gish asked the senator if she learned anything new from the people of Kodiak.

 

 

 
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