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Oct 16 2008
As Food Costs Soar District Tries More Efficiency
Thursday, 16 October 2008

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0             We’re all paying more for groceries these days, and the Kodiak Island Borough School District is no exception.

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Oct 16 2008
Kodiak Man Wants Senior Advocates In Every Village
Thursday, 16 October 2008

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            A Kodiak man wants to have a senior advocate in every Alaskan village. But he wants to roll out his plan on Kodiak Island first.

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Oct 15 2008
City Council Election Final
Wednesday, 15 October 2008

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           The final numbers are in for the Kodiak City Council election. The canvassing board released its figures Wednesday afternoon.

            There were only two candidates for the two open seats.

            Incumbent Tom Walters got 696 votes, while newcomer Paul Smith received 633 votes. There were 65 write-ins.

            There were 900 ballots cast, which is a 24-percent of the 3,744 registered voters inside city limits.

            Walters and Smith will be sworn in at the council meeting next Thursday. It will be the beginning of Walters' sixth term in office.

 
Oct 15 2008
Final Election Tally
Wednesday, 15 October 2008

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             The Kodiak Island Borough municipal election results are final. The canvass board count was released Wednesday afternoon, and is due to be certified by the borough assembly at Thursday night's regular meeting.

            Voter turn out was 26 percent borough-wide, with 2,477 people casting ballots. That's just a little bit higher than last year's municipal election where 22 percent turned out.

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Oct 15 2008
Shuyak Fund Doing Well - So Far
Wednesday, 15 October 2008

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            While financial markets around the globe try to stave off complete meltdown, the investments of individuals, states and municipalities have taken a hit – with no promise of a federal bail out. Meanwhile, the Kodiak Island Borough's "Shuyak Fund" is weathering the financial storm, but, as Jay Barrett reports, figures aren't in for the last two weeks of Wall Street volatility.

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