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Jun 24 2009
Summer Skiing, Kodiak Style
Wednesday, 24 June 2009

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A skiing partner of Patrick Saltonstall's schussing down Pyramid Mountain recently. Photo by Patrick Saltonstall.

 

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            Summer's here and with it, the kind of outdoor fun many of us dream of through the long winter. Many of us, but not all of us. For one segment of Kodiak's population, the lure of the slopes doesn't fade even as the snow does. Some local fanatics, like Patrick Saltonstall, ski on into the summer months.

            KMXT's Diana Gish asked Saltonstall if he qualified as a "ski nut." 

            Besides skiing year round, Patrick Saltonstall is the curator of the Alutiiq Museum. An internet forum on skiing in Kodiak anytime of the year can be found here.

 
Jun 24 2009
Council to Declare Seat Vacant Thursday Night
Wednesday, 24 June 2009

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             The Kodiak City Council will declare the seat of Councilman Jack Maker vacant at the regular meeting tomorrow night. From that point, the council will have 30 days to fill the vacancy. Maker submitted his resignation after moving outside of city limits.

            City Clerk Debra Marlar said she will advertise for applicants through July 13th, and the council will conduct interviews with them at the July 21st work session. An appointment will be made at the regular meeting on July 23rd.

            That person will serve until the October municipal elections, at which time the seat will be on the ballot to fill out the last year of Maker's term.

 
Jun 24 2009
New High School Bond Discussed at School Board Meeting
Wednesday, 24 June 2009

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            Two proposed bonds for Kodiak High School were once again discussed at the Kodiak Island School Board meeting Monday. School board members heard details of an 80-million dollar bond for new high school construction that the district would like to see on this year's ballot, and a less expensive list of renewal and replacement projects to be completed over the next four years.

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Jun 24 2009
Kodiak King Derby Attracts Fox Sports
Wednesday, 24 June 2009

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            The Kodiak King Salmon Derby got some special visitors last week. A television crew from Fox Sports Northwest was in town and went out on a charter boat looking for the big fish. 

            You can get more information on the tournaments - and buy those all-important tickets - here in town at Mack's, Cy's and Kodiak Adventures, and at the Sportsman's Lodge in Old Harbor.

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Jun 23 2009
New Pulmonary Testing Equipment Soon Coming to PKIMC
Tuesday, 23 June 2009

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            Providence Kodiak Island Medical Center will soon be able to offer its patients enhanced diagnostic testing for heart and lung disease, thanks to new pulmonary testing equipment the hospital's respiratory department is set to receive. KMXT's Erik Wander has more.

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