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Gov. Sean Parnell wants school choices expanded

...Kodiak's St. Innocent Academy is a home for boys operated by members of the Eastern Orthodox Church. They attend the Kodiak City School District. The home has housed as many as nine students, but currently has only one.Alaska boarding schools...

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Tragedies continue for Old Believer families

...foot seas, with winds gusting up to 50 miles per hour. The U.S. Coast Guard, Alaska State Troopers, Bayside and Kodiak City Fire departments and good Samaritans responded; however, the capsizing took the life of George Reutov, 41, of Afognak...

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Disclosure vs. privacy

...communities have voted to be exempt from state disclosure requirements, including Homer, Kachemak and the city of Kodiak. City Councilman Rick Ross said he agrees with the mayor, that the requirement is "very intrusive." Councilman Bob Molloy...

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Kenai Peninsula Online - Archives06/04/00

...rights bill Former lawmaker ousted by disclosure violation back in game Tourists babysit peninsula schools Kodiak city manager retiring Woods Air certificate revoked, hearing scheduled Knowles approves public employee raises ...

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