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Palmer hands Kodiak first loss of season
Rod Christiansen has coached Palmer’s varsity football team for 26 years. Friday was his first game in Kodiak. The longtime Mat-Su Valley coach made sure the inaugural voyage was special. The Moose used a pair of successful third-quarter onside kicks to hand Kodiak its first loss of the season, 35-18 in a Northern Lights Conference affair at Joe Floyd Track and Field. “I told them that games have been won by this ...
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Council to hear about taxing pot, alcohol
City of Kodiak finance director Kelly Mayes will give the third of four presentations on city revenue generation possibilities at the city council work session Tuesday evening, this time focusing on alternative tax revenue sources. “I feel like that, in itself, deserves its own special time frame, because you can really kind of get into the details of all kinds of revenue sources,” Mayes told council in July at th...
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Byler new trial ruling postponed
Attorneys for the United States have an extra two weeks to respond to Wild Alaskan owner Darren Byler’s motion for a new trial. Byler’s attorney filed a motion on Aug. 22 asking for a new trial. The U.S. attorney’s office had until Monday to file a response, but filed a motion of their own that day asking to extend the deadline until Sept. 12. Byler’s attorney, John Cashion, did not oppose and the court granted th...
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Alleged multiple gun burglar scheduled to change plea
One of the two men accused of burglarizing multiple homes and stealing numerous firearms along with money and other items is scheduled to change his plea later this month. According to court documents dated Wednesday, Shay Monkiewicz’s attorney, John Cashion, filed an application for a change of plea hearing. The change of plea is scheduled for Sept. 15 before judge Steve Cole at the Kodiak courthouse, according t...
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Alleged multiple gun burglar scheduled to change plea
One of the two men accused of burglarizing multiple homes and stealing numerous firearms along with money and other items is scheduled to change his plea later this month. According to court documents dated Wednesday, Shay Monkiewicz’s attorney, John Cashion, filed an application for a change of plea hearing. The change of plea is scheduled for Sept. 15 before judge Steve Cole at the Kodiak courthouse, according t...
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Council to hear about taxing pot, alcohol
City of Kodiak finance director Kelly Mayes will give the third of four presentations on city revenue generation possibilities at the city council work session Tuesday evening, this time focusing on alternative tax revenue sources. “I feel like that, in itself, deserves its own special time frame, because you can really kind of get into the details of all kinds of revenue sources,” Mayes told council in July at th...
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Public Safety Blotter: Sept. 2
July 24 Police gave open container warnings to two people in the 300 block of Center Avenue. At 3 p.m., a person reported a possible dangerous driver on Purtov Street. Patrolling officers were advised. At 4 p.m., a person reported two loose dogs in the 300 block of Trident Basin Road. They were reunited with their owner before police arrived. A man reported his cell phone was stolen in the 2000 block of Mill Bay R...
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In the Courts: Sept. 2
Justin L. Davis, 41, pleaded guilty to assault 4. He was sentenced to 190 days jail with 180 days suspended and is on probation until Aug. 28, 2019. Misty D. Densmore, 36, pleaded guilty to theft 4, She was fined $250. Jacob P. Keith, 25, pleaded guilty to controlled substance 4. He was ordered to perform 50 hours community work service and is on probation until Aug. 8, 2017. Donald Gillespie, 39, pleaded guilty t...
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Achievers: Sept. 2
A U.S. Coast Guard member assigned to Communications Detachment Kodiak received the American Legion’s Spirit of Service Award in recognition of her volunteer efforts. Petty Officer 2nd Class Geneva Cornelius has donated countless hours of her personal time assisting the Kodiak Women’s and Resource and Crisis Center in organizing emergency housing for homeless women and children and victims of domestic abuse and se...
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Rockin' Out: Candy Man can
Gene Wilder was a favorite of mine. His real name was Jerome Silberman. His first film was “Bonnie and Clyde” in 1967. Wilder got an Academy Award nomination for “The Producers.” Other famous roles were in “Young Frankenstein” and Blazing Saddles.” My favorite Gene Wilder character was Willy Wonka. On Monday I’m going to play “The Wondrous Boat Ride” from “Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory” and other songs fro...
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