Updated Friday, March 10th – BRACKET: 2017 Boys – Aleutian Chain Regionals in Manokotak, Alaska

Posted on: March 8th, 2017 | Author: Virgil | Filed under: 2016 - 2017 Season, Basketball

Bracket has been updated as of March 8th, 2017 – V

Click to download BRACKET: 2017 Boys – Aleutian Chain Regionals in Manokotak, Alaska.

KSDP will have live coverage of the 2017 Boys’ Aleutian Chain Regionals from Manokotak. We will cover the Sand Point Eagles at 5:00PM and the King Cove T-Jacks at 7:00PM

Court Trial Coming Soon. All Jury Candidates Must Report

Posted on: March 7th, 2017 | Author: General Manager | Filed under: City Of Sand Point, Community Window, KSDP Programs

AUDIO: Newscast for March 7, 2017 – Another vessel accident in the Aleutians

Posted on: March 7th, 2017 | Author: Marissa Williams | Filed under: 830AM KSDP Radio News, KSDP Newscast, KSDP Programs

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AUDIO: Newscast for March 6, 2017 – Iditarod mushers have hit the trail

Posted on: March 6th, 2017 | Author: Marissa Williams | Filed under: 830AM KSDP Radio News, KSDP Newscast, KSDP Programs

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Current Ladies Regional Bracket

Posted on: March 6th, 2017 | Author: General Manager | Filed under: 2016 - 2017 Season, AEB School District, Basketball, Community Window

This is the most recent Aleutian Chain Conference Woman’s Regional bracket. It is subject to change until roughly 4:30pm on Wednesday

BRACKET: 2017 Aleutian Chain Conference – Girls Regionals in King Cove

Posted on: March 3rd, 2017 | Author: Virgil | Filed under: 2016 - 2017 Season, Basketball, Community Window

Here is the bracket for the 2017 Aleutian Chain Conference – Girls Regionals in King Cove, Alaska happening March 8th to 11th, 2017. Click for a printable copy.

KSDP will be covering the girls’ regionals live from King Cove! Starting matches & more info will be posted as it is announced. KSDP will also have coverage of the boys’ regionals in Manakotak!

PDF: Sand Point School’s Friday Flyer for Feb. 3rd, 2017

Posted on: March 3rd, 2017 | Author: Virgil | Filed under: AEB School District, Community Window

Download Sand Point School’s Friday Flyer for Feb. 3rd, 2017 (PDF, 800 K)

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Reminder for Parents:

March 8th: End of Quarter 3, Regular School Day
March 9th: No School for Students & Work Day for Teachers
March 10th: Vacation Day No School for Students or Staff
March 16th: Minimum Day 1:00 PM Release Parent-Teacher Conferences 5:00-7:00 PM
March 17th: Minimum Day 1:00 PM Release Parent-Teacher Conferences 1:30-3:30 PM

Free Homework Pass to all Junior High and High School Students IF a parent comes to conferences and gets their student’s schedule initialed by all of their teachers.

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Who Wants a Guinea Pig?
– Mrs. Sargent is looking for a home for her guinea pig Pudding aka The Guinea Pig. She is free and comes with food, hay, cage, newspapers and treats. Contact Mrs. Sargent at the school or on Facebook if you are interested. Thanks!

PDF: “In The Loop” from Feb. 28, 2017 via Aleutians East Borough

Posted on: March 3rd, 2017 | Author: Virgil | Filed under: Aleutians East Borough, Community Window, In The Loop - newsletter

Sand Point Police Chief John Lucking is retiring next month.

Sand Point Police Chief John Lucking is retiring next month.

Download “In The Loop” from Feb. 28, 2017 (PDF, 1 MB) courtesy of the Aleutians East Borough.

Contents:
– Sea Lion Attacks Fisherman at Dock in Sand Point
– Sand Point Police Chief John Lucking to Retire
– AEB School District Board President Tiffany Jackson Attends NSBA Symposium and Advocacy Institute
– Paige Kremer Promoted to Consumer Affairs Manager for PenAir
– Steven Rothy Promoted as PenAir’s Customer Service Manager in Cold Bay
– Position Available! Position Title: Borough Administrator

Got News?
If you have news you’d like to share or if you’d like to subscribe, please email ltanis@aeboro.org or call Laura Tanis at (907) 274-7579.

KSDP is hosting a Family Fun Day on March 25th

Posted on: March 2nd, 2017 | Author: Marissa Williams | Filed under: Community Window

PSP Levels: Sand Point – February 2017 *Levels Too High*

Posted on: March 2nd, 2017 | Author: General Manager | Filed under: Community Window

AUDIO: Newscast for March 2nd, 2017- A fisherman in Sand Point got bit by a sea lion in the harbor

Posted on: March 2nd, 2017 | Author: Marissa Williams | Filed under: 830AM KSDP Radio News, KSDP Newscast, KSDP Programs

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AUDIO: Newscast for February 28, 2017 – Sullivan talks jobs to state lawmakers

Posted on: February 28th, 2017 | Author: Marissa Williams | Filed under: 830AM KSDP Radio News, KSDP Newscast, KSDP Programs

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