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Lon White take over harbormaster duties with eye on big projects
The City of Kodiak picked Lon White to replace Marty Owen as the Cityʼs Harbormaster; expecting to see a time of big harbor projects, some ongoing and some new, ahead under his helmsmanship. He begins his duties on Wednesday, following Owen who has served as the Cityʼs Harbormaster for nearly two decades, the City of Kodiak said in a statement. “The immediate goals are to see our Pier 3 project through to completi...
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2014 Helen Simeonoff Annual Salmon/Run Walk results
1. Evan Serva, 19 minutes, 54 seconds; 2. Charles Russell, 20:01; 3. John Hartman, 20:42; 4. Adriane Horn, 20:50; 5. Alysa Horn, 21:34; 6. Janelle Brandon, 21:55; 7. Nicola Platzer, 22:01; 8. Howard Valley, 22:07; 9. Jane Murawski, 22:12; 10. Sonia Cortez, 22:13; 11. Janel Day, 22:20; 12. Kathryn Symmes, 22:24; 13. Peter Longgood, 22:28; 14. Kip Thomet, 22:32; 15. Mario Alveraz, 22:40; 16. Don Zimmerman, 22:49; 17...
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Afognak Native taps Hambright as CEO, further diversification seen
The Afognak Native Corporation named technical services whiz Greg Hambright as its new CEO, a move that will see the company leveraging its government services prowess to grow the business while diversifying its portfolio. Hambright, 53, was senior vice president of technical services for Afognak’s largest wholly owned subsidiary, Alutiiq, L.L.C. in Huntsville, Ala. Afognak Native Corporation was organized in 1977...
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Kodiak baseball begins tough stretch tonight
Kodiak’s baseball team begins a four-game in four-day stretch today at Soldotna. Coach James Arnold called it the most challenging part of the team’s schedule. “These are critical games,” Kodiak coach James Arnold said. “They will have a sizeable impact on the conference standings. We are looking forward to the challenge.” Kodiak plays today and Thursday at Soldotna and travels back to the island for games against...
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Third college finalist promises to be active man on campus
Michael Gunn, third finalist to take the helm at Kodiak College, promised students and faculty would get used to him walking the campus and visiting classes. "If you don't see me, it means I'm not around," he said. Gunn visited Kodiak Monday to meet members of the college director search committee and the college community. He described his background and educational philosophy during an afternoon reception. "Educ...
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Playbook: May 7
Wednesday, May 7 Baseball: Kodiak vs. Soldotna at Soldotna. Junior varsity, 3 p.m.; varsity, 7 p.m. Thursday, May 8 Baseball: Kodiak vs. Soldotna at Soldotna. Varsity, 3 p.m.; junior varsity, 6 p.m.
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Truck totalled; no fatalities
A two-car collision on Mill Bay Road saw dozens of emergency workers from the Kodiak police and fire departments and the Coast Guard trying to extricate the driver from a totaled truck early Monday evening. More than a dozen rescue workers worked in the rain to extricate a driver from a Dodge Durango that was hit on its right side. After rescuers deployed the Jaws of Life, the driver was successfully moved from th...
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Triathlon athletes enjoy conditions
Normally when competitors finish Kodiak’s Earth Day Triathlon they reach for a cup of hot chocolate and a blanket. That wasn’t the case this year. With the temperature soaring past 50 degrees, athletes opted for sunscreen and a cup of cold water when they crossed the finish line of the 29th Earth Day Triathlon on a Chamber of Commerce Saturday afternoon in Kodiak. Neil McCarthy and Bree Witteveen enjoyed the calm ...
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Sexual harassment merits fast response
As a municipal attorney representing local governments across the state for over thirty years, I deal with complaints of sexual harassment and improper behavior. These cases are investigated post-haste. Sound judgment, if not the law, requires nothing less. Gov. Parnell’s four-year failure to take command of his Alaska National Guard subordinates’ sluggish response to dozens of rape and assault reports is inexcusa...
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Fires near missile launch site put out by motorists
Two auctioneers and a group of passersby on Sunday found themselves putting out fires off Pasagshak Road using soda bottles and similar containers to douse flames. Cliff Brulotte and Scott Fisher of Alaska Auction Co in Anchorage, in town for an auction on Monday, were out sightseeing near the missile launch facility when they literally drove into a blaze allegedly set off by a couple indulging in fireworks pranks...
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