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May 19 2008
Bears Sweep Region III Meet
Monday, 19 May 2008

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            The Kodiak High School Bears made a clean sweep of the Region Three Track and Field championships in Palmer over the weekend. The girls scored 116 points to easily outpace Colony's 102 and Wasilla's 76. Skyview was fourth and Palmer was fifth.

            The boys' championship was a little harder to come by, as it was won on the last lap of the last event by Andy Dittman, who edged out Palmer's Kevin Smith by a nose for second place in the 16-hundred relay. With those points, Kodiak finished with two more than Colony, 129 to 127. If the Bears had finished third in that race, Kodiak and Colony would have tied for the title. Palmer was third with 120 points. Kenai was fourth and Soldotna fifth.

            It's the third straight regional title for the Kodiak boys, who are also the defending state champions, and it is the first championship for the Kodiak girls in over two decades.

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May 17 2008
The Alaska Fisheries Report
Saturday, 17 May 2008

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Miss this week's Alaska Fisheries Report by KMXT's own Casey Kelly? It's right here for easy listening at the click of your mouse. Check it out!

 
May 16 2008
Potential Hit-and-Run Vehicle Found
Friday, 16 May 2008
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            The Kodiak Police Department has announced that it may have identified the vehicle involved in the fatal hit-and-run that killed Justin McGriff nearly three weeks ago.

            A Crime Stoppers Hotline tip led police to the unidentified vehicle, according to a written statement from the police chief’s office.

            Detectives from the Kodiak Police Department and forensic scientists from the State of Alaska crime lab have been analyzing the vehicle to determine if it was involved in the fatal collision. The chief’s office says interviews have been conducted with people with a connection to the suspect vehicle, but so far have not made any arrests.

            McGriff’s body was found in the early morning hours of April 29th on Pillar Mountain Road, not far from where he lived in a tent.

 
May 16 2008
Peace Cup King Derby Kicks Off Today
Friday, 16 May 2008

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            The Kodiak King Salmon Peace Cup Tournament derby kicks off tomorrow (today), and though the exact amount of the prizes aren’t known yet, it’s sure to be more than last year’s.

             Jay Barrett spoke with Kevin Brennan of the Kodiak Regional Aquaculture Association about the event.

 
May 16 2008
Public Wants Lawsuit Over
Friday, 16 May 2008

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            The Kodiak Island Borough Assembly failed to override the mayoral veto paying attorney fees for three of its members at last night’s meeting.

            The vote to pay the legal bills of assembly members Tom Abell, Louise Stutes and Reed Oswalt in the Mel Stephens attendance lawsuit was four in favor of the override and three to uphold the veto. Normally, measures pass with four or more yes votes, but overriding a veto takes five votes. Originally, the measure that Mayor Jerome Selby vetoed, passed with five yes votes on May 1st. Pat Branson was the assembly member who changed her position, and she explained that public pressure swayed her decision.

            When the resolution to pay the legal bills passed two weeks ago, Branson, Abell, Stutes, Oswalt and Jerrol Friend voted in favor of it. Sue Jeffrey and Chris Lynch voted against it.

            Public opinion was on both sides of the veto, but came down squarely on the side of just getting it over with. Click the Play button to hear a sampling of the public comment on the issue, from before and after the vote.

 
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