Kodiak Island births - March 27, 2012 Trevor Lloyd Jones II was born at 3:03 p.m. on March 15, 2012, to Trevor and Rebecca Jones. He weighed 9 pounds, 15 ounces, and measured 21.75 inches long.
His parents are from Pennsylvania and Kodiak and now live in Kodiak. His father works at the Kodiak Baptist Mission.
Also welcoming him to the family are Evangelina
Proud grandparents are Evan and Anne Jones of Pennsylvania and Robert Foster and B...
Kodiak man charged with illegal dumping into St. Paul Harbor KODIAK — A Kodiak man faces serious fines after being indicted by a federal grand jury in Anchorage for dumping pollutants into St. Paul Harbor.
Victor Buchanan, 56, was charged with dumping oil-contaminated bilge water and raw sewage from his 86-foot commercial fishing vessel Chisik Island into St. Paul Harbor between Sept. 30 and Oct. 4, 2011.
The United States Coast Guard Investigative Service, the Coast Guard ...
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Outdoor Kodiak: Plug-cut your herring and pre-rig for trolling Boat owners will know immediately what I mean by recommending “pre-rigging” for trolling.
Passengers in the boat might not appreciate the fine details, but they will immediately recognize the clatter of tackle boxes and tangle of leaders if the owner isn’t pre-rigged or prepared for gear changes and repairs while also driving the boat.
In wide-open spaces where bottom snags aren’t a threat or neighboring boats do...
Public safety blotter - March 27, 2012 Tuesday,
• At 1:13 p.m. paper was served to an officer on Mill Bay Road.
• At 1:17 p.m. a phone call was received reporting a male trying to pry open mail boxes on Mill Bay Road; gone on arrival.
• At 1:30 p.m. paper was served on Mill Bay Road.
• At 2:11 and 2:17 p.m. paper service was attempted on East Rezanof Drive.
• At 2:23 p.m. an officer removed debris from the roadway at Birch Avenue and Mill Bay ...
Around Kodiak - March 27, 2012 Ferry schedule conference
The Kodiak Chamber of Commerce will participate in a statewide teleconference regarding Alaska Marine Highway System schedules for next fall and winter. The conference begins today at 1:30 p.m., and people interested in testifying about the schedule are encouraged to visit the chamber offices.
KMS science expo
Kodiak Middle School hosts its science and engineering expo starting today at ...
Knight collects state bodybuilding awards Kodiak’s Lindsay Knight added a pair of bodybuilding trophies to his already impressive hall of fame career Saturday.
Knight teamed with Susan Johnson of Boise, Idaho, to win the mixed pairs division at the 29th Annual Alaska State Pro-Am Bodybuilding, Fitness, Figure and Bikini Championships in Anchorage.
Knight, known as the godfather of Alaska bodybuilding, also placed second in the men’s grandmasters over 50...
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Alumni update: Horn finishes UAA season DAILY MIRROR STAFF
Alysa Horn’s junior season for the University of Alaska Anchorage women’s basketball team ended last Tuesday.
The Seawolves fell 71-51 to Ashland University of Ohio in the NCAA Division II Elite 8 in San Antonio, Texas.
Horn had four points and one rebound in her final game of the year. Ashland went on to lose to Shaw University (North Carolina) 88-82 in the national championship game.
House Finance Committee takes up school funding JUNEAU (AP) — The House Finance Committee began a series of hearings Monday to try to determine how the state funds Alaska school districts and how much additional funding, if any, districts should receive this year.
One of the first points of debate was whether or not funding of K-12 schools has kept pace with inflation.
Rep. Les Gara, a committee member, said classrooms have essentially been flat-funded under Re...
‘Person of interest’ in barista kidnapping returns ANCHORAGE (AP) — The U.S. Marshal’s Service says the man listed a “person of interest” in the abduction of18-year-old Anchorage barista Samantha Koenig has been returned to Anchorage from Texas.
Marshals arrived Monday afternoon with 34-year-old Israel Keyes. He was transferred to the Anchorage Correctional Complex.
Keyes was arrested on a charge of access device fraud for allegedly making cash withdrawals from a ...
Bill would erase Alaska food safety regulations A bill introduced by North Pole Republican Rep. Tammie Wilson would do away with much of the state’s safety regulations for food sold directly to consumers in an attempt to grow Alaska’s local food industry and farmers markets.
That has health officials worried. House Bill 202, which was heard in the House Labor and Commerce Committee this week, would remove safety regulations not only for the traditional farmers...
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