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Hope holds annual fishing trip
The Hope Community Resources recreation and subsistence program returned last week from its annual subsistence fishing trip to Pasagshak Bay with a record number of fish. Hope Community Resources recipients will have their freezers stocked full of sockeye salmon since they caught 500 fish in two days at the reds roundup camp. Hope’s previous record was 400 fish two years ago. This year, participants caught 290 fis...
Jul 23, 2013 | 0 0 comments | 14 14 recommendations | email to a friend
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Nomination period for city, borough elected positions open
Nominating petitions for borough and city elected positions can now be picked up for the Oct. 1 municipal election. The deadline for all filing materials is 4:30 p.m., Aug. 15. The borough assembly has two seats up for election, each for three-year terms. The incumbents are Carol Austerman and Louise Stutes. Borough Mayor Jerome Selby also faces re-election. The school board has two seats up for election. Melissa ...
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Early sockeye figures on target
As the first half of Kodiak’s salmon season comes to an end, catch figures show a season in line with preseason expectations. Through Saturday, Kodiak fishermen have pulled in 1.77 million sockeye salmon and 1.4 million pinks, part of a total 3.6 million fish harvested to date. Kodiak’s salmon season is typically a story with two parts: In the first half, sockeye salmon fishermen pull in early run reds; in the sec...
Jul 22, 2013 | 0 0 comments | 25 25 recommendations | email to a friend
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Jury finds man guilty of assault
A Filipino man in Kodiak has been found guilty of felony assault for hitting another man in the face and chest during a 2011 argument. After a 10-day trial, the jury convicted Noriel Carino, 32, of one count each of first-degree assault, second-degree assault and third-degree assault on June 28. He was acquitted of a second count of first-degree assault. The trial’s case file was not available until this month. Ac...
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Police sergeant retires after 25-year career
In less than a month, patrol Sgt. Tom Maloney will be remodeling his new home in Hawaii. Maloney, the Kodiak Police Department’s longest serving officer, is working his final days at the department and preparing for retirement after 25 years of service. After his last day of work, he and his wife will move to Hawaii to renovate their new home. They chose Hawaii because of its similarities to Kodiak. “I like island...
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Heat wave or no, it's warm in Kodiak
You could call it a heat wave, and you might even be able to say that with a straight face. On Sunday, temperatures topped 70 degrees in Kodiak for the fifth consecutive day and the 14th day this summer. That’s atypical for Kodiak, which sees fewer than three 70-degree days on average in July and only seven for the whole summer. Some years are even cooler. Last year, only one day topped 70 degrees. The unusually l...
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Icebreaker Healy stops in Kodiak en route to Arctic
The uniform of the day is shorts, flip-flops and Hawaiian shirts. One day after arriving in Kodiak, the crew of the Coast Guard icebreaker Healy lost little time in enjoying Kodiak’s unusually warm and sunny weather. As they carried fishing poles and bicycles off the ship, they enjoyed one last bout of liberty before spending a season in the Arctic, said the ship’s marine science officer, Ensign Rebecca Follmer. “...
Jul 19, 2013 | 0 0 comments | 28 28 recommendations | email to a friend
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Gun taken from man trying to board plane
Transportation Security Administration employees at Kodiak Benny Benson State Airport seized a loaded gun from a Kodiak man flying to Anchorage on Wednesday morning. According to Alaska State Troopers, TSA employees were screening a carry-on backpack around 7:55 a.m. when they noticed a .40-caliber semiautomatic handgun on the X-ray machine at the security checkpoint. The handgun had 16 rounds in the magazine but ...
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Injured teen dies from shooting
The 16-year-old who was shot Sunday night by another Kodiak teen has died from his injuries. The shooting occurred at a home the boy was visiting around 8:47 p.m. Sunday. The boy was taken to Providence Kodiak Island Medical Center and later medevaced to Anchorage for treatment of a single shotgun wound. In a press release, Kodiak Police Department Lt. Ray Ellis said the boy succumbed to his injuries on Wednesday....
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Borough assembly kills smoking ban
The only surprise was the size of the majority. In a unanimous vote, a shorthanded Kodiak Island Borough assembly killed a proposed ban on public smoking in the Kodiak Island Borough. If the assembly had approved, voters would have had the final word on the fall municipal ballot. Instead, voters filled the assembly chambers to give the final word on Thursday night. "You want to stop smoking, you educate people, yo...
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