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Break-ins target schools
A rash of break-ins at local schools has been reported this week, and while no suspects have been named, Alaska State Troopers and the Kodiak Police Department are pursuing leads. The break-ins took place at East Elementary and North Star Elementary, Camp Mueller Youth Center and St. Paul Lutheran Preschool. The St. Paul Lutheran Church next to the preschool was also targeted. Tablet computers were among the items...
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Downtown pathway planning
A second public open house on planning and design of a pedestrian pathway takes place Monday evening at the Kodiak Harbor Convention Center. The pathway project’s objective is to examine ways to improve pedestrian walkways from Center Street downtown to the Near Island Bridge. Monday’s meeting will showcase a variety of maps for potential pathways, including some that will zoom in on specific areas for greater det...
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Persistence pays off for Flerchinger
The first Major League Baseball game Joey Flerchinger watched on television showcased future Cy Young Award winners Clayton Kershaw and Cliff Lee. The game was in 2008. Lee’s Indians beat Kershaw’s Dodgers 6-4 in 10 innings. Neither ace was involved in the decision, but it was enough to hook a young Flerchinger on America’s pastime, even though his details of the game have fogged over the years. “Both guys had a p...
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KDM EDITORIAL: Make them want to come back
Most of the addresses graduating high school students hear at this time of year vary little from town to town across the country. Teachers, community leaders and valedictorians tell them to work hard, follow their dreams, and take time to enjoy life — as well they should. The words fit the occasion. Hopefully, we all benefit from the reminders, the periodic prods to re-evaluate how well we fulfilled the wishes and...
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KHS boys soccer wins regional thriller
Down 2-0 to Wasilla in its opening match at the Northern Lights Conference Championships, Kodiak’s boys soccer team never panicked. The Bears clawed back, forced overtime and won in a 5-4 shootout Thursday afternoon in Kenai. The thrilling victory — the program’s first at the conference tournament — puts Kodiak a victory away from advancing to the state tournament in only its second varsity season. “It’s awesome. ...
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TAPESTRY: St. Herman’s Seminary graduates five
“Alaska really is different than any other state in the union, because somehow, some way we all get interconnected,” noted Bishop David Mahaffey of the Orthodox Church in America Alaska Diocese, in his opening remarks at the St. Herman’s Seminary graduation ceremony in the Afognak Native Corp. building on Near Island Sunday. Mahaffey, who recently gave the baccalaureate message to graduates at Mt. Edgecombe High S...
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Diamond ladies fall to Wasilla
Kodiak’s softball team dropped an 11-1 decision to Wasilla in a nonconference game Thursday in the Mat-Su Valley. Victoria Beaver hit a single and scored Kodiak’s only run. The Bears (1-11) plays today at Palmer and Saturday at Colony.
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KHS baseball battles Colony
Kodiak’s baseball team finishes the regular season with a pair of home games against Colony. Friday’s 5 p.m. game counts in the Southcentral Conference standings, while Saturday’s 2 p.m. game is nonconference. Kodiak enters the final weekend tied with Homer for the third seed in the South with 3-6 records. If the Bears and Mariners, which finish with Kenai (4-4), both end with the same records, Kodiak gets the thi...
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Chick Priest: Safe after rough slide into new home base
It is 10:28 a.m. as I write this, and I have been up since 5:10 a.m., having slept in the Anchorage airport on my way back to Fairbanks from Harrisburg since yesterday. I am ready to be settled, but that won’t happen for a long time. I discover when I go to baggage claim that I forgot to tell the people in Harrisburg that I was going all the way through to Fairbanks, even though my Delta ticket was only to Anchora...
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Rockin' Out: On cloud in Norway
Kygo is a Norwegian DJ, songwriter, producer and musician. He started to learn to play the piano at age 6 and is still playing today. He has released several singles, such as “ID,” “Here For You” and “Stay.” Kygo’s first studio album, “Cloud Nine,” was released on May 13. I like Kygo’s music because it is very unique. I love the sound effects and the beat is great. I like to listen to his music quietly. Tune in to...
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