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Our annual marathon, half marathon, 10K and 5K race will be held October 11, 2014! You may now register and find more information at www.kmxt.org/run_the_rock. 
 
May 20 2008
Blood Bank of Alaska Comes to Kodiak
Tuesday, 20 May 2008

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The Blood Bank of Alaska will be parking its blood-mobile in Kodiak starting today (Tuesday). They are taking blood donations from interested donors throughout this week and over Memorial Day weekend.

 

           

 

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May 19 2008
Anglers Reel In 55-Pounders, But Rejected Peace Cup Entry
Monday, 19 May 2008

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            Judy Kidder with the Kodiak Peace Cup called in with an update from the first weekend of the King Salmon Derby. 

            The current leader is from Old Harbor with a king weighing in at 47-point-five pounds. Second place also comes from there, at 42-point-seven pounds. A Kodiak fisherman is currently in third, with a weigh-in of 42-point-two pounds.

            Kidder says a fisherman out of Old Harbor and one out of Kodiak would both be tied for the lead if only they had bought Peace Cup tickets. Both reeled in kings weighing 55 pounds. She says three-thousand-dollars in derby tickets were sold in the first weekend, with half of that going toward the cash prizes.

            Kings caught from all around the island are eligible, but there are only two certified weigh-stations, one in Kodiak at Island Seafoods, and the other at Kodiak Sportsman’s Lodge in Old Harbor.

 
May 19 2008
Villages Graduations Begin
Monday, 19 May 2008

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  The first village graduations were held Friday in Port Lions and Ouzinkie. Here Ouzinkie students queue up for the procession. Three pre-schoolers, three kindergarteners, an eighth grader, and two high school seniors celebrated graduation in Ouzinkie. (Photo Casey Kelly/KMXT)

    The villages of Port Lions and Ouzinkie celebrated graduations on Friday. KMXT’s Casey Kelly was there, and filed this report.

 

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May 19 2008
Alaska Offers Discount Fares For Crab Fest
Monday, 19 May 2008
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In honor of the 50th Anniversary Kodiak Crab Fest, Alaska Airlines is offering special, lower airfares of 79-dollars between Anchorage and Kodiak.

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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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