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Kodiak Island Births: Feb. 24
Joni Lynn Campbell was born at 8:28 a.m. on Thursday, Feb. 12, to Thomas Derrick Campbell and Kristy Aline Campbell. She weighed 7 pounds, 13 ounces and measured 19.25 inches long. Her parents are originally from Mississppi and Washington and now live in Kodiak. Her mother works at Coast Guard Base Kodiak and her father works as an Alaska state assisted hunting guide. Grandparents are Clay and Penny Campbell of As...
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Assembly identifies federal priorities
The Kodiak Island Borough Assembly designated their top federal program priorities and adopted a single project on their federal capital improvement program list. The lone project was the Kodiak landfill wastewater treatment plant. The borough is requesting $1,825,000 toward the $16 million project. The borough attributes the need to new Alaska Department of Environmental Conservation requirements necessitating th...
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Finance update, employee of the year at borough meeting
The Kodiak Island Borough Assembly got a finance department update and named construction inspector and engineer Dave Conrad as the borough’s employee of the year for 2014. “Dave works closely on two very busy projects, the Kodiak High School addition and renovation project and more closely on the Kodiak Island Borough lateral landfill expansion and closure project,” borough manager Bud Cassidy said. “Dave was ori...
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Outdoor Kodiak: Getting started for halibut
Close your eyes for a moment and imagine the taste of fresh halibut. Sweet, succulent, perhaps even faintly nutty. It’s hard to beat that first bite of the first fresh halibut of the year. Frozen halibut is terrific, and in fact it’s notable because it stands up so well to long term storage. But it’s still not as good as fresh. The good news is that halibut season opened February 1st. The bad news is that it’s sti...
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Kodiak boys derail Palmer
A career performance from junior Billy Alcaide propelled Kodiak to a 45-33 Northern Lights Conference boys basketball victory at Palmer Monday evening. The 5-foot-5 guard drilled three 3-pointers and tallied a career-high 17 points as the Bears improved to 3-4 in the NLC, 5-14 overall. Palmer dropped to 2-6 in the NLC. Jemuel Mangalus added 16 points, which included going 8 for 10 from the free-throw line. Ryan Be...
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Alumni update: Anthony helps lead UAA to track title
Kodiak’s own Dylan Anthony helped secure the first Great Northwest Athletic Conference indoor track and field title in University of Alaska Anchorage history. The senior produced a pair of top-five finishes as the Seawolves finished six points ahead of runner-up Western Washington University Saturday in Nampa, Idaho. Anthony placed fourth in the 5,000-meter run with a time of 15 minutes, 1.77 seconds and fifth in ...
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Local Results: Feb. 24
Kodiak Hockey League Feb. 21 Midget/Bantams Blue 9 /Gold 6 Aaron Hocum 5 goals, Morgan Moir 2, Kyle Mauer 1 and Stephen Parnell 1 for Blue. Jack Hannah 3 goals, Wesley Santiago 2 and Matt Schauff 1 for Gold. PeeWee Gold 6, Blue 4 Carli Glover 5 goals and Taj Devries 1 for Gold. Gideon Craig 2 goals, Derrick Schauff 1 and Andrew Brevik 1 for Blue. Squirts Blue 8, Gold 3 Gatlin Nelson 5 goals, Georgie Aquino 2 and L...
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'Ghost' pots capture up to 37 percent of Womens Bay crab says study
At the bottom of Womens Bay lie an undetermined number of derelict crab pots that are catching and killing king crab. According to a study published in 2014, anywhere from 16 to 37 percent of the red king crab with shells over 40 millimeters in Womens Bay are killed by ghost fishing pots. Biologists Peter Cummiskey and Eric Munk and analyst Chris Long with the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration studie...
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Public Safety Blotter: Feb. 23
Jan. 20 At 3:56 a.m., a caller reported a dangerous driver on Selief Lane. Police were unable to locate the described vehicle. At 8:24 a.m., police warned a driver on West Marine Way about a broken taillight. At 8:37 a.m., police warned a speeding driver on Rezanof Drive East. At 8:46 a.m., a caller requested a subject removal on Thorsheim Street. A man was permanently banned. At 9:21 a.m., police cited a driver o...
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State of the Salmon
We are one third of the way through session and tackling some of the larger issues the legislature is facing this year like the operating budget and resource allocation. Fisheries The House Fisheries Committee heard and passed two bills. House Bill 41, “Sport Fishing Services,” raises the cost of sport fish guide licenses to cover the costs of administering and overseeing the sport fish program. This bill was wide...
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