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Oct 20 2008
Coast Guard Assists Drifting Equinox
Monday, 20 October 2008

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            The Coast Guard cutter Spar is assisting a disabled fishing vessel that lost power about 270 miles southeast of Kodiak over the weekend.

            The crew of the 58-foot Equinox, a Petersburg-based longliner, reported early Sunday morning that the vessel’s engine had lost power.

            The Spar reached the Equinox at about 1:30 a.m. Monday (today) to tow the vessel to Kodiak. The Equinox has three people aboard and no injuries or pollution has been reported.

            Both vessels are scheduled to arrive in Kodiak early Tuesday.

 

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Oct 20 2008
KICVB To Host Cruise Ship Meeting
Monday, 20 October 2008

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  0             The largest cruise ship season in Kodiak history wrapped up just about a month ago, and already the Kodiak Island Convention and Visitor’s Bureau is looking forward to next year. The KICVB will be hosting a public forum on Wednesday to get community input on the recently completed season and how to make next year, which is expected to be even bigger, a greater success. KMXT’s Casey Kelly reports.

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Oct 19 2008
Championship Not In The Stars For Bears
Sunday, 19 October 2008

 

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           For the third straight year the Kodiak High School Bears football team made it to the state small schools championship game. But unfortunately, so did the Soldotna High School Stars, one of the most dominant football teams in Alaska history. With SoHi's 28-to-6 victory over Kodiak Saturday, the Stars tied the all-time consecutive win record at 29 in a row.

            Given Soldotna's dominance, and their regular season 48-to-nothing blanking of the Bears here at home, nobody gave Kodiak much of a chance in the championship game. But the Bears held SoHi to a season-low 244 yards rushing, and only a touchdown per quarter, which is more of an accomplishment than it might seem at first.

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Oct 19 2008
Bears Soak Competition In Palmer
Sunday, 19 October 2008

 

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           The Kodiak High School swim team easily won the Palmer Invitational on Saturday. The Bears racked up 187 points total. North Pole was second with 116 and Wasilla third with 109.

            The Kodiak girls won in dominating fashion, with 104 points to Homer's 61 and North Pole's 54. The boys contest was closer, but Kodiak edged Wasilla 83 to 82, with North Pole third with 62.

            Click "Read More" below for complete individual and relay results.

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Oct 17 2008
Fulp, Kaplan Join Assembly
Friday, 17 October 2008

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            The next time the Kodiak Island Borough Assembly meets there will be two new faces at the table. Judy Fulp, who we profiled earlier this week, and Dave Kaplan, who won as a write-in candidate. They joined returning incumbent Sue Jeffery in being sworn in at last night's assembly meeting. 

            Though sworn in last night, Fulp and Kaplan won't officially take office until Monday morning. Their first meeting will be a special work session on Thursday.

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