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Kodiak's Thomet places 15th at national meet

Dec 18, 2014 • Juneau Empire (subscription)
Kodiak High School senior Levi Thomet ran to a 15th place finish at last weekend's 36th annual Foot Locker Cross Country Championships National Finals in San Diego, California. Wet conditions mixed with sunny skies put a comfortable 60 degrees across ... More

BHSU X-C signs five new runners

Dec 18, 2014 • Black Hills Pioneer
Fried, hailing from Kodiak, Ala., finished fourth at the state meet while Kodiak High School won the Alaska State Championship. Fried crossed the 5K finish line in 16:09; good enough for fourth place. The two-time All-State runner owns career-best ... More

Kodiak swimmer signs letter of intent to swim for Hawaii

Nov 23, 2014 • The Republic
17, 2014, photo, Kodiak High School senior Tahna Lindquist signs her National Letter of Intent to swim for the University of Hawaii at the Kodiak Commumity Pool in Kodiak, Alaska. Tahna’s parents, Tari and John, watch. (AP Photo/Kodiak Daily Mirror, ... More

#RapidSports: BHSU inks five cross country runners

Dec 10, 2014 • Rapid City Journal
On the men's side, both Fried and Marshall are natives of Alaska. Fried, hailing from Kodiak, finished fourth at the state meet while Kodiak High School won the state team championship. Fried crossed the 5K finish line in 16:09. The two-time all-state ... More

Longtime residents to be honored as distinguished citizens

Dec 8, 2014 • Fairbanks Daily News-Miner
Peggy Pollen is vice president and chief financial officer of NTL Alaska. She has lived in Alaska for 46 years and graduated from Kodiak High School. She is past president of the Midnight Sun Council and received the Boy Scouts of America Silver Beaver ... More

Kodiak family lives and breathes volleyball

Nov 17, 2014 • Fairbanks Daily News-Miner
Amy coaches Kodiak High School's volleyball team, a team she played for in the 1980s. Her husband, Jim, is a volleyball official. Oldest daughter, Anna, is on her mother's staff as the C squad coach. Youngest daughter, Danielle, isn't involved in the ... More

Candidates spar over fish policy in Kodiak

Oct 2, 2014 • KTUU.com
The proposed Pebble Mine project, Russian sanctions and farmed fish were among several topics during Wednesday night's fisheries debate at Kodiak High School. ... Begich said other members of the Alaska delegation also voted to confirm Jewell. More

In Kodiak, Begich and Sullivan go head-to-head over Alaska's fisheries

Oct 2, 2014 • KTVA CBS 11 News Alaska
Held in the Kodiak High School auditorium and sponsored by the Kodiak Chamber of Commerce, the debate lasted one hour and focused on fisheries. The proposed Pebble Mine in Bristol Bay was one of the big issues of the night. “I've never supported the ... More

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