21st- Noon to 1 p.m. Artist/Student Mural Unveiling Luncheon for ALL of School and Community @ School
24th- MS State Battle of the Books
25th- HS State Battle of the Books
28th- AEBSD School Board Mtg. 6 p.m.
28th- Final Eagles Boys Games of the Season 7 p.m. vs. Port Alsworth Lynx (more…)
The short handed Sand Point Eagles finished strong on Friday evening, defeating the Unalaska Raiders by a score of 71-44. The team flew to King Cove to play the Raiders. The Eagles could only suit up seven players for the game. The Raiders were young, quick and feisty. The game was within 10 points for most of the first three quarters. However, the Eagles were able to dig down deep and finish strong, outscoring their opponent by a score of 30 -9 in the fourth quarter. All seven players scored, played hard, and contributed equally.
Matt Bravo scored a game high 25 points and added a season high 14 assists. Keith Wilson continued his string of double doubles with 14 points and 13 rebounds. Other scoring included: Colten Mack (10), Evan Wilson (9), Deion Osterback (7),Jeremiah Wilson (4) and Maynard Maglaya (2).
The Eagles have back to back games today, starting with Unalaska at 11:00 and a game scheduled for 1:00 with King Cove.
The deadline to submit your ideas on issues and alternatives to be considered in the NEPA documents is now extended to February 20, 2014.
Alaska Maritime National Wildlife Refuge
95 Sterling Hwy, Suite 1
Homer, AK 99603
Phone: (907) 235-6546
Fax (907) 235-7783
You are invited to help the US Fish and Wildlife Service identify issues and develop alternatives to address unauthorized grazing by cattle on two refuge islands, Wosnesenski and Chirikof. This effort is known as “scoping” and it is an early step in a process to develop either Environmental Assessments or Environmental Impact Statements in compliance with the National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA). These documents will identify the need for action and authority to act, summarize potential issues, evaluate a reasonable range of alternatives, and describe the affected environment and environmental consequences of alternatives. Cattle ownership and compatibility with purposes of the refuge will also be addressed. (more…)
17th- Lady Eagles trip was canceled.
17th- Eagles @ Home vs T-Jacks
20th- No School for Students/In Service Day
23rd- Awards Assembly 12:30
23rd- Early Release (Friday Times)
24th- Late Release (Regular Times)
24th- Lady Eagles away @ King Cove
24th- Eagles @ Home vs T-Jacks
24th- Reclaim Alaska Event starting at 1 p.m. @ the school. Open to all community members.
31st- Eagles away @ King Cove
31st- Lady Eagles @ Home vs Rookies
KSDP’s Austin Roof spoke with Alaska Maritime National Wildlife Refuge‘s Manager Steve Delehanty and Invasive Species Biologist Steve Ebbert before their Open House in Sand Point on January 15th, 2014. They talked about the scoping process that AMNWR has begun in order to deal with unauthorized cattle on two refuge islands.
SAND POINT CITY COUNCIL MEETING AGENDA
Regular Meeting Tuesday, January 14, 2014 7:00 pm
CALL TO ORDER
APPROVAL OF AGENDA
1. Minutes: Minutes of Regular Meeting on December 10, 2013
1. Finance Officer
3. DPS Director
4. Fire Chief
5. Public Works Director
6. Harbor Master
7. Student Representative Colten Mack
HEARINGS, ORDINANCES, AND RESOLUTIONS:
1. Ordinance 2013-06: Abatement of Nuisance – 2 nd Reading
2. Resolution 13-06: Shared Fisheries
3. Ordinance 2014-01: Excise tax on raw fish processed in Sand Point – 1 st Reading
1. Pile Elevations in new harbor
2. Silver Bay Seafoods Lease
1. Courthouse Lease
THERE IS A WORKSHOP FOR THIS MEETING AT 2 P.M. – SAME DAY IN CITY CHAMBERS