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May 27 2008
Bears 3rd, 10th At State Track and Field
Tuesday, 27 May 2008

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            The Kodiak High School Bears track and field team went into the state championships over the weekend with high expectations of at least the boys repeating as state champions, but they came away disappointed. 

            The boys were a distant third with 70 when the final scores were tallied, falling to Bartlett's 92-points and Palmer's 87.  The Bears had beaten Palmer in the region championships just a week earlier.

            The girls finished 10th with 22 points. Dimond won with 85-point-5 points, followed by Juneau, Bartlett, West Valley and Eagle River rounding out the top five. West Anchorage, Kenai, East Anchorage and Sitka also finished in front of the Bears. The Kodiak girls had beaten Kenai a week ago at regionals, as well.

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May 27 2008
Like A Face Exhibit Opens At Alutiiq Museum
Tuesday, 27 May 2008

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080527.aluttiq_masks_opening_2.jpgTraditional song and dance welcomed 35 Alutiiq masks back to Kodiak Saturday, after more than 130 years away. KNBA's Jennifer Canfield was there and has this story. (Photo by This e-mail address is being protected from spam bots, you need JavaScript enabled to view it ).

 
May 27 2008
Stevens Reacts To Palin's Vetoes
Tuesday, 27 May 2008

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                Governor Sarah Palin Friday vetoed 268-million dollars from the nearly 3-billion dollar state capitol budget passed by lawmakers last month. A number of local items were among the cuts and at least one lawmaker is upset with the governor. KMXT’s Casey Kelly has more.

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May 27 2008
Wounded Warriors Outdoors Project 2008
Tuesday, 27 May 2008

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            The Wounded Warriors Outdoors Project has taken place over the last two summers here in Kodiak. Beginning in July, a new group of veterans will be arriving to participate in this year’s program. Mary Donaldson has more.

 

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May 23 2008
Palin Cuts Local Items From Capitol Budget
Friday, 23 May 2008

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             Governor Sarah Palin today vetoed 268-million dollars from the nearly 3-billion dollar state capitol budget passed by lawmakers last month.

             The largest local item to fall victim to the governor’s veto pen was 4-million dollars for a Kodiak schools’ seismic mitigation project. She also cut an additional 175-thousand for an earthquake-proofing project specific to Peterson Elementary School.

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