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Local results: Oct. 17
Bowling Tuesday co-ed Oct. 7 Men: Scratch game — Philip Obas, 268; Matt Kiefer, 257; Stefan Macahilas, 247. Scratch series — Stefan Macahilas, 726; Matt Kiefer, 700; Jeff Kiefer, 674. Handicap game — Bill Hentges, 289; Stefan Macahilas, 271; Alvin Arboleda, 268. Handicap series — Bill Hentges, 747; Jeff Kiefer, 734; Alvin Arboleda, 725. Women: Scratch game — Ruth Hentges, 214; Rhubie Pasion, 205; Mona Johnson, 201...
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PANDA resolution would have been a simple fix
To the Editor, Phil Donahuhe: broadcasting legend and 29-year veteran of the "Donahue Show," in a posted article on The Real News Network entitled "The Radicalization of Phil Donahue,” explained that by hosting people like Noam Chomsky, he came to question his belief that he was blessed and living in the greatest country on earth. Mr. Donahue characterizes today’s mainstream media not as questioning the establishm...
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School safety increases according to survey
Overall, school climate and connectedness at Kodiak Island Borough School District schools has increased over the last five years, according to the most recent School Climate and Connectedness Survey. The SCCS was developed by the American Institutes for Research for the Association of Alaska School Boards. Students in grades fifth through 12th and staff at schools statewide take the survey, which began in 2005. K...
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Kodiak needs a crab restoration effort
To the Editor, Toby Sullivan wrote a great piece on the early Kodiak crab fishery. A kick in the mouth with a reminder that the community of Kodiak was built on crab. This city, the state and federal government have spent up to one billion dollars in often unbelievable financial indebtedness and flat-out government largesse, all taxpayer drains. Compare that with an embarrassingly low amount on restoring king and ...
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Kodiak students protest bullying
Kodiak students took to the street at a busy intersection on Wednesday to protest bullying in local schools. Most of the students at the protest were part of the school’s Be the Change club, which stands against bullying and discrimination. “We’re trying to provide awareness, not only to youth in the high school and the middle school, but we’re trying to make the community aware that there’s plenty of youth that a...
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Kodiak swimmers prepare for Palmer Invite
At the conclusion of Wednesday’s swimming practice, Kodiak coach John Lindquist set team goals for the upcoming Valley Invitational. He told his boys that he would like to not only see the A relay place in the top 6, but also the B relay team. He then told his girls he would like to see a victory in all three relay events. “They are going to have to put together some good swims to make that happen,” Lindquist said...
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Achievers: Oct. 16
Employees at Kodiak Benny Benson State Airport were given annual awards last week. Above and beyond customer service award: Lexxan Data Ramp Service Agent of the year: Jeraldo Ruiz Customer Service of the year: Desiree Rhinehardt
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Public Safety Blotter: Oct. 16
Oct. 5 • Around 1:27 a.m., police conducted four bar checks downtown. • At 1:46 a.m., police asked a man to leave Marine Way. He did so. • At 2:07 a.m., police conducted a bar check downtown. • At 2:12 a.m., police warned a speeding driver in the Center Avenue and Marine Way area. • Around 3:29 a.m., police conducted two bar checks downtown. • At 4:20 a.m., someone was drunk on a licensed premise on Marine Way. Pa...
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Beverly Rena (Gallant) Horn,
Beverly Rena (Gallant) Horn, 88, passed away Oct. 11, 2014 in Kodiak, Alaska surrounded by the love of her family and faithful dog Allie, after a gallant struggle with Parkinson’s Disease. She was born March 10, 1926 on a farm in rural Washington, Vermont. She was the fifth of seven children. Beverly moved to California when she was 16 to live with her brother Bruce and sister-in-law Leona. She graduated high scho...
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Alaska State Troopers: Oct. 16
Oct. 5 • At 3:45 p.m., Alaska Wildlife Troopers contacted a sport fisherman on Monashka Creek. He did not have a license and was issued a citation for sport fishing without a license in his possession. Oct. 8 • At 3:45 a.m., Alaska State Troopers investigated a report of a suspicious vehicle and a man with a gun on Coast Guard property along Anton Larsen Bay Road. The man attempted to take game in a restricted are...
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