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Local results: Nov. 7
Boys Little Dribblers Nov. 3  F/V Invincible 25, F/V Challenge 4 (third- and fourth-grade) Davis Fogle 8 points, Max Cook 6, Tyler Christiansen 5, Ethan Benton 4 and Jumayne Atanque 2 for Invincible. Kavik Dehart 3 points and Isaac Beaver 2 for Challenge. F/V Venturess 21, F/V Invincible 20 Elijah Bartz 11 points, Malakai Olson 8 and Max Robinson 2 for Venturess. Davis Fogle 12 points, Tyler Christiansen 4, Max Co...
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ITN gets help from cross-country team
“It won’t make you faster, but it will make you stronger.” With those words of wisdom from Andy Schroeder, executive director and founder of Island Trails Network, a handful of Kodiak High School runners were off to the races — a much different race than they are used to being in. Members of Kodiak’s cross-country team replaced their running shoes for working boots and instead of pumping their arms to gain more sp...
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Alaska State Troopers: Nov. 6
October 28 • Alaska Wildlife Troopers contacted a cod fisherman for landing commercially caught cod during a federal fishery without a valid CFEC permit. The man was issued a summons for having no CFEC permit in his possession. October 31 • At 6 p.m., an Anchorage resident reported that he had been assaulted the previous day in Kodiak by an acquaintance. The injury reported was minor. An investigation is ongoing. ...
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Public Safety Blotter: Nov. 6
October 23 • At 2:31 a.m., police conducted a bar check downtown. • At 3:05 a.m., police conducted a security check on Mill Bay Road. • At 3:37 a.m., a caller reported a bear sighting in the 1300 block of Mylark Lane. It was gone when police arrived. • At 10:37 a.m., a 911 caller reported aggressive dog on Lynden Way. The owner was admonished. • At 11:09 a.m., a caller requested a subject removal on Thorsheim Stre...
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Preliminary results: Kodiak splits from state on Senate, House races
District 32 voters went against the Alaska majority on Tuesday in all races, but followed along with the rest of Alaska on the three ballot measures, according to the election night results. There are still about 720 absentee ballots, as well as an unknown number of questioned ballots, in District 32, according to Division of Elections Director Gail Fenumiai. The preliminary results showed that District 32 selecte...
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Missing Kodiak man found
A man who was missing for two days has been found safely. Merrick Allain went missing late on Sunday after posting a message online that indicated he might harm himself. After an outpouring of support online, community-led searches and people standing at an intersection with Allain’s picture, Kodiak Police Chief Ronda Wallace confirmed early Wednesday morning that he had been found.
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Kodiak gears up to defend NLC title
After playing her first match of the season as an outside hitter, Dannika Catt’s body felt like she had gone a round with a world champion boxer. “After I hit Friday, I was so sore,” she said. “I had never hit that much in my whole volleyball career.” Catt better put an ice pack and a bottle of ibupofen in her bag for the remainder of the season, because she is slated to do a lot more hitting as Kodiak enters toda...
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Kodiak gears up to defend NLC title
After playing her first match of the season as an outside hitter, Dannika Catt’s body felt like she had gone a round with a world champion boxer. “After I hit Friday, I was so sore,” she said. “I had never hit that much in my whole volleyball career.” Catt better put an ice pack and a bottle of ibupofen in her bag for the remainder of the season, because she is slated to do a lot more hitting as Kodiak enters toda...
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Get started for snowshoes
The 2014 road system deer season is in the history books unless you hunt with a bow or muzzleloader. If you don’t plan to travel off the road system for more deer hunts, what’s left for you this winter? Two hunts get top billing with me, and in fact one nudges out the other. Waterfowl season extends almost to the end of January and I relish my duck hunts. But the best hunting is so weather dependent that there doe...
Nov 05, 2014 | 0 0 comments | 16 16 recommendations | email to a friend
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Stevens re-elected to State Senate, Stutes and McCune close
Republican Sen. Gary Stevens was re-elected to serve Senate District P in the Alaska state legislature, while the race between Republican Louise Stutes and Democrat Jerry McCune for House District 32 was too close to call. Stevens has represented the Kodiak area in the senate since 2003, serving in the House before that from 2001 to 2003. “Well, I’m feeling really good,” Stevens said around 11:30 p.m. on election ...
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