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A night at the races
The victory lap was the only thing that was able to stop Craig DeHart Satur1day at the Kodiak Island Raceway. After picking up the 25-lap hobby stock main event, DeHart, while driving in reverse, crashed into the Turn 3 guardrail on his victory lap. His No. 77 car came to rest alongside an oversize tire used as a barrier. The car stayed there and almost took a beating during the two-car demolition derby that follo...
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Council OKs grants to all that asked
The Kodiak City Council on Thursday approved flat state funding for operation of the Kodiak Jail and approved all nonprofit grants at the levels requested by the organizations. The city is in the fourth year of a five-year professional services contract with the Alaska Department of Corrections for housing state inmates in the local facility. Council approved $991,552 in funding from the Alaska Department of Corre...
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Borough reopens nonprofit funding
After an hour and a half of public comment in which 26 nonprofit leaders, members and supporters spoke, the Kodiak Island Borough Assembly directed staff to open the nonprofit funding application and try to find extra funds to mitigate a 40 percent cut. Kicking off the discussion, assembly member Larry LeDoux pushed for finding extra funds somewhere in the budget after saying he made a mistake when he supported th...
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Kids get ‘Errors’ right
Long-lost family, local touches and Shakespeare combine in a local youth production of “The Comedy of Errors” about the confusion that ensues when twins try to find each other. As a Kodiak Arts Council Sum’Arts program, the production came together in just 30 hours of rehearsals over the past three weeks. “I’m really crazy and jealous, and I don’t like how my husband spends a lot of time with his friends instead o...
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Teeing Off: Bakery turning off its oven
Expect the waistlines of Kodiakans to shrink over the next few months. For those who have not stopped playing Pokémon Go long enough to catch up on local news, Simply Awesome Bakery is closing. Let me repeat that, Simply Awesome Bakery is closing. Say it ain’t so. The Stahlhuts — Sam, Ben and Karen — are turning off the oven to their storefront bakery on Mill Bay Road sometime next week. Like most, my gut was stun...
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TAPESTRY: David and Lola Davis return to Kodiak command after nine-year departure
Cheerful, enthusiastic, ready to go to work. That’s the attitude expressed by Salvation Army majors Dave and Lola Davis as they begin serving the people of Kodiak for a second term. Nine years ago the husband and wife team left the island to work in Lower 48 ministries. When David first came to Kodiak in 1998 to serve as the Salvation Army officer, he was a new lieutenant and a single man. In three weeks he went t...
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State seeks STIP change input
The public comment period for Amendment 1 to the 2016-19 State Transportation Improvement Plan is open through Aug. 19, according to a Tuesday release from the Alaska Department of Transportation and Public Facilities. The STIP list, approved by the Legislature in November 2015, includes five Kodiak area projects. They are improvements to Rezanoff Drive from the airport to Chiniak Highway, Otmeloi Way reconstructi...
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Norton headed to Naval Academy Prep School
Imagine dedicating a bulk of your senior year in high school to getting into the U.S. Naval Academy and getting denied. Essays and interviews all for not. Hours of work down the drain. “I was heartbroken. Crushed,” John Norton said. “I was not expecting that, but you are never really expecting bad news.” With no backup plan in place, Norton didn’t panic. He continued plugging away and graduated from Kodiak High Sc...
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ADF&G invites test fishery bids
The Alaska Department of Fish and Game in Kodiak is requesting quotes (bids) to generate revenue by allowing the harvest of commercial salmon in the Kodiak Area (Area K), the department announced Thursday. The department is seeking to generate two lots of $20,000 each. The quotes must be based on percentage of the dock value. For example, a test fishermen may bid 20 percent of the total dock value. In this case, t...
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Police ID man found in harbor
The man found dead in the Kodiak harbor Wednesday is Clayton Edmond Uloran, 27, according to Lt. D.J. Clumpner at the Kodiak Police Department. Asked if there were any witnesses to the death, Clumpner said no. The body was sent to the medical examiner’s office for autopsy. “That’s pretty common with unattended deaths,” Clumpner said. The results had not yet been returned as of Thursday afternoon. Police received a...
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