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Lady Bears Advance to State

Jay Barrett/KMXT 4agirlsbracket 65.18 Kb < ![endif]--> < ![endif]--> The Kodiak High School Lady Bears are the Cinderella Team from the Northern Lights Conference, and will be going to the state championship tournament. They secured their first berth to the big dance in over 20 years by compiling a 3-and-1 record during the three-day conference regionals here over the weekend. ... Read More »

Bears Drive the Mariners Back into the Sea

Jay Barrett/KMXT The Homer High School Mariners basketball teams and their supporters are checking the ferry schedule tonight after the girls and then the boys were eliminated from the Northern Lights Conference basketball tournament today by the Kodiak Bears. The Lady Bears came out of hibernation early to play the 8 a.m. game, and dominated the Lady Mariners 48-to-32. Rachel ... Read More »

The Alaska Fisheries Report with Jay Barrett

Jay Barrett/KMXT On this week’s show: More outcomes from the Board of Fish meeting in Sitka, the Southeast Tanner and Golden crab seasons are going great guns, and ground is about to be broken for Unalaska’s newest cold storage facility. All that and a brand new fishery is about to kick off in Prince William Sound. < ![endif]--> < ![endif]--> ... Read More »

Rasmussen Replat Approved by Assembly

Erik Wander/KMXT The Kodiak Island Borough Assembly voted to allow a local landowner to subdivide two lots of his property into three. The assembly then voted to postpone the adoption of the Findings of Fact, which explains why they were in support of the borough’s Community Development director’s decision, to the next regular meeting. Read More »

Lady Bears Advance with Win Over Mariners

Jay Barrett/KMXT In second-round action today, the Lady Bears took to the court at 8 a.m. and downed the Mariners 48-to-32. Rachel Norton had 16 points and Betsy McCarty added 15. They will play Saturday morning at 9 a.m. against the loser of the Colony-Palmer game this afternoon. Homer has been eliminated. At 9:45 this morning the Skyview and Kenai ... Read More »

Stratman Receives Assembly Blessing on Subdivision

Erik Wander/KMXT A Kodiak rancher, who has been involved in litigation with a local Native group over land rights for more than 30 years, is asking the Kodiak Island Borough Assembly to allow rezoning of his property so that he can sell individual parcels while preserving certain natural features of the land. Read More »

Bears Fall in Opening Round of NLC Tourney

Jay Barrett/KMXT The Northern Lights Conference Basketball Tournament kicked off yesterday here in Kodiak with eight games. Another eight games are scheduled for today’s second round. In the girls bracket yesterday, the Palmer Moose advanced with a 41-19 trouncing of the Soldotna Stars. The Colony Knights rolled over the Skyview Panthers 64-21. And the Wasilla Warriors beat Homer 58-35. The ... Read More »

Borough Staff Seeks Zoning Help

Erik Wander/KMXT Borough officials and members of the Planning and Zoning Commission plan to ask the Kodiak Island Borough Assembly to allow them to hire an independent consultant to help update the borough’s subdivision and zoning ordinances, which officials contend are out of date. Read More »

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