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NOAA Fisheries taking comments on Gulf Rationalization. What do you think?
 

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Chiniak Wildfire Continues to Burn
chiniakfire1050pm_dsc5462_scottwightphoto.jpg  A wildfire that began around 9:30pm Thursday evening continues to burn out of control this morning. Chiniak residents were asked to evacuated the area last night. A shelter has been established by the Red Cross at the Kodiak Middle School gym for evacuees and their pets. Currently, Pasagshak residents are on a fire watch as authorities assess the extent of the fire and next steps in the efforts to extinguish the blaze. Stay tuned to KMXT 100.1 FM for updates throughout the day. Photo by Scott Wight.  
 
Aug 24 2009
Bears Down Thunder Mountain
Monday, 24 August 2009

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            The Kodiak High School Bears football team got back on the winning track in this young season with a commanding win against Thunder Mountain of Juneau, a first-year program. Kodiak jumped out early and rarely stumbled as they defeated the Falcons 48-to-20.

            The Bears spread the scoring around, with three different players scoring rushing touchdowns in the first period alone. But Rafael Matautia and Riley McFarlin scored twice each to account for half of Kodiak's scoring.

            The Bears were leading 28-to-zero in the second period when Zack Watkins was tackled in the end zone for a safety to get the Falcons on the scoreboard. Then on the ensuing possession, Thunder Mountain reached the end zone, and after another Kodiak score, did it again on a 31-yard pass play, bringing the score to 35-to-14 to end the half.

            The Bears also dominated the second half, though were stopped short on a couple of drives and were forced to attempt filed goals that failed. 

            The Bears improve their record to 2-and-1, and will start five straight games of Northern Lights Conference play next Saturday, when they host the always-tough Skyview Panthers. Thunder Mountain falls to 0-and-2.

 
Aug 22 2009
KIBSD AYP Results Examined
Saturday, 22 August 2009

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            When the Alaska State Department of Education released the AYP testing results recently, most of the news was good for the Kodiak Island School District. Every Kodiak elementary school met the standards set for AYP or Annual Yearly Progress.

 Even though the percentage of Kodiak schools meeting the standards was high, the two schools that did not make AYP tend to stand out. That's because the two that didn't make AYP are Kodiak High School and Kodiak Middle School.


 

 

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Aug 22 2009
Jock of The Rock
Saturday, 22 August 2009

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            Join Jay Barrett, Ron Sears and Casey Kelly for this week's edition of Jock of The Rock, as they discuss Brett Farve, Kodiak Bears Football and speedy track stars.

 
Aug 22 2009
Threshold Contract Stands
Saturday, 22 August 2009

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            The Kodiak Island Borough Assembly met in special session (Tuesday) last night. The primary agenda item was a closed meeting with attorney Tom Klinker . The purpose of which was to hear the attorney's opinions on the re-consideration and contract with Threshold Services. Minutes after the meeting opened, the assembly adjourned into executive session.

 --    (Threshold Contract 1     :12                                           "...action on this matter.")

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Aug 22 2009
Marine Conservation Alliance Testifies at Senate Hearing
Saturday, 22 August 2009

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            A senate field hearing on the "Strategic Importance of the Arctic in U.S. Policy" took place in Anchorage Thursday. David Benton of the Marine Conservation Alliance in Juneau offered testimony at the hearing. He endorsed the plan by the North Pacific Fishery Management Council and by NOAA's Fisheries service to put a freeze on the expansion of commercial fishing in federal Arctic waters.

 

--    (Arctic Fishing 1    :50 "...comm.fisheries started.")

            Benton also told the panel that its urgent to learn from and avoid fishing policy problems from the past.

--   (Arctic Fishing 2     1:17    "...of interest to the U.S.")

            Now that the U.S. commerce department has adopted the plan to halt expansion of commercial fishing in the Arctic, Benton feels that the U.S. is in a good position to work towards a cooperative international agreement.

--    (Arctic Fishing 3     :21           "...in the high arctic.")

 

 

 

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