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Oct 01 2008
Students, Administration Make Videos Promoting School Need
Wednesday, 01 October 2008

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            Students and staff presented about a half hour of videos expressing the need for a new high school in Kodiak at Monday night’s school board meeting.

            The student video has very little dialog, but that didn’t stop the students from silently asking questions written on pieces of paper, like “Why am I always late for class?”

            See part one of the student video here. The other two parts can be found on the same YouTube page. The administration video is here .

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Sep 30 2008
Talk of The Rock - Duhks Return
Tuesday, 30 September 2008

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On today's Talk of The Rock, host Jay Barrett talks with Leonard Podolak, the founder and banjo player of The Duhks, who will be playing in Kodiak on Sunday. Individual tickets and family passes for the concert are available at KMXT and at The Treasury on The Mall.

 
Sep 30 2008
Former Kodiak Man Discovers Tiny Dinosaur
Tuesday, 30 September 2008

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 Illustration of Albertonykus Borealis by Nick Longrich

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             A young scientist in Alberta has discovered a new species of dinosaur, and his mother here in Kodiak couldn't be prouder. Nick Longrich, a 1994 graduate of Kodiak High School who just got his doctorate in paleontology earlier this year, discovered the new meat-eater not in some dusty dry river basin, but in parts on a shelf of a museum. He's the son of Tim and Mary Jane Longrich.

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Sep 30 2008
Council Approves $23,000 Purchase To Stem Leaky Water System
Tuesday, 30 September 2008

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          The Kodiak City Council last week approved the 23-thousand dollar purchase of device that would allow work crews to find water main leaks with pinpoint accuracy. Given the age of the city's water system, the "Correlator" could pay for itself in no time. Jay Barrett spoke with Public Works Director Mark Kozak about the device.

 
Sep 29 2008
7th Region Title For Bears
Monday, 29 September 2008

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            The Kodiak High School Bears literally blew past the competition in the Region 3 Cross Country Championships Saturday in Soldotna. Kodiak took the top three places in the boys race and easily won the team title. Senior Trevor Dunbar just as easily won the race, clocking a time 30 seconds faster than his winning mark in the championships a year ago. It was his third region crown in a row. He finished the five kilometer course in just 15 minutes 32.4 seconds. Teammate Sam Salus also cracked the 16-minute barrier to take second in 15-56.8. Kodiak's Dylan Anthony made it a trifecta for the Bears, finishing third in 16-19.7. 

            The Bears team score of 26 was more than twice as good as second-place Colony, giving Kodiak its seventh consecutive Region 3 championship. Also advancing to the state meet this weekend will be Skyview and Soldotna.

            On the girls side, Chloe Ivanoff was the top Bear, finishing a close third in 19-minutes 23.2 seconds. She was less than 20 seconds off the winning pace. Kodiak's team performance was good enough to advance them to the state championship as well, finishing fourth with 81 points. Colony was first with 41, followed by Soldotna and Wasilla.

            The state championships will be on Saturday in Palmer.

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