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Tustumena expected to return to Kodiak today
If all goes as planned, the Tustumena will arrive at City Pier 1 this afternoon. On Thursday, Alaska Department of Transportation spokesperson Jeremy Woodrow said the likelihood that the ferry will be in Kodiak looked good. “We are optimistic that it will be sailing,” he said in a message. “We haven’t sent out any formal release in case something does come up because there have been a lot of unexpected events with...
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Soldotna, Juneau reach football finals
Soldotna and Juneau will collide in the medium-schools state championship game Oct. 26 in Anchorage. The Stars secured their second state trip to the title game with a 66-33 win over North Pole on Saturday at the Dimond Alumni Field in Anchorage. In the other semfinal, Juneau defeated Kenai 42-15. Soldotna’s Jake Kooly galloped for 345 yards and five touchdowns on 26 carries against North Pole. Overall, Soldotna r...
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State keeps Kodiak in subsistence zone
The Alaska boards of fish and game have rejected a proposal to make Kodiak a non-subsistence hunting and fishing area. The proposal, brought by a Fairbanks man, was turned down by a 1-11 margin during a joint meeting of the fish and game boards in Anchorage. One member of the two boards was absent, and another member abstained from the vote. Allen Barrette, a member of the Fairbanks fish and game advisory board, b...
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Seniors to play in final home matches
During a recent photo shoot, Amy Willis kept reminding her seven seniors that she would like to begin practice. The seven heard the coach, but returned their attention to the camera; they all had a different agenda for practice — smile, laugh and giggle. “I can’t make an actually diagnosis, but collectively they are very ADHD (attention deficit hyperactivity disorder),” Willis said. This wasn’t the first time the ...
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Marjorie Grace Dambkowski
Marjorie Grace Dambkowski passed away with her family at her side on the evening of Oct. 15. Memorial service details will be announced.
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Kodiak volleyball switches venues for this weekend’s matches
This season, Kodiak’s volleyball team has practiced in three different gyms, and today the team will play a home match at Kodiak Middle School. The renovation of the high school gym forced the team to begin the season at the middle school. The team moved to the high school for two weeks and is now practicing at North Star Elementary while the high school gym floor is being replaced. Kodiak was fortunate to play it...
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Planning and zoning approves plans for two warehouses
The Kodiak Island Borough’s planning and zoning commission has approved a permit and variance that will allow Kodiak two lot owners to build warehouses on their Von Scheele Way properties. The commission approved a conditional use permit to Sam Rohrer for his property at the corner of Selief Lane and Von Scheele Way. The permit allows him to build a warehouse on the property for his business, Kodiak Lawn Care and ...
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Public Safety Blotter: Oct. 18
Tuesday, Oct. 15 • At 7:08 a.m., a man called to reported he backed his vehicle into another vehicle. Both parties exchanged information. There were no injuries and only minor damage. It was logged for insurance purposes. • At 11:36 p.m., a woman requested assistance in getting her ex-boyfriend out of her home. He left when an officer asked him to. • At 12:42 p.m., an officer found a wallet. The owner retrieved it...
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Stop cutting the trees
To the editor: Stop the tree cutting! I was alarmed and dismayed at Wednesday’s front page article, “City removing trees at cemetery.” Cutting trees is not the solution to the City’s “lack of open space and lack of topsoil.” Nor is it a positive first step toward “planning a new cemetery,” as stated in the article. The beneficial influence that trees, gardens and plants have on our well-being has been recognized f...
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Common Core is a Marxist theory
To the Editor: Lev Vygotsky worked at the Commissariat for Education with Lenin's wife, Krupskaya. Around 1933 he developed the theory of the “Zone of Proximal Development” in Leningrad. This theory basically says that the student is in charge of the learning. The teacher has a less important role in the schools, as that of a more knowledgeable peer. Repetition and reiteration should be avoided at all costs. Topic...
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