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Hayden Foster back on the mat for Kodiak
Faced with the reality of being the only boy in his family not to graduate from Kodiak High School, Hayden Foster decided to return home. After spending the last year and a half at Palmer High School, Foster moved back to the Emerald Isle over Christmas break and is a semester away from joining his dad and two brothers, Cody and Jordan, as KHS graduates. “We have kind of a legacy in Kodiak, so I figured it would b...
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Local Results: Jan. 29
City League Basketball Jan. 27 D’ Hunters 75, Dees Teez 73 Boyet Jutie 23 points, Rj Cabalar 13, Lito Pineda 11, Kristian Lloyd 10, Greg Sorio 10, Victor Sorio 4 and Daryl Villanueva 4 for D’Hunters. Matt Amor 16 points, Arjay Fangonilo 14, Josh Nocon 12, Ken Caldejon 11, Felino Macatuno 7, Glenn Penamora 5, Sam Galindo 4, Kobe Braga 2 and Teng Giron 2 for Dees Teez. ISA 45, St. Innocent’s 44 Christian Miranda 21 ...
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Dimond girls on top of 4A
The revolving door continued atop the girls’ 4A Alaska Association of Basketball Coaches poll. For the fourth consecutive week a new No. 1 emerged. This time it is Dimond that grabbed the top spot. West Valley, last week’s leader, dropped to third. Last week, the Lynx toppled Chugiak (62-44) and Service (75-28). However, on Tuesday Dimond lost to No. 5 East Anchorage (50-46) and now stands at 11-4. The surging Was...
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Playbook: Jan. 29
Friday, Jan. 30 Boys Basketball: Kodiak vs. Colony at Kodiak High School. C squad, 4 p.m.; junior varsity, 5:30 p.m.; varsity, 7 p.m. Girls Basketball: Kodiak vs. Colony at Colony High School. C squad, 4 p.m.; junior varsity, 5:30 p.m.; varsity, 7 p.m. Wrestling: Kodiak at the Northern Lights Conference Championships at Soldotna High School.
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Intergalactic Nemesis touches down tonight
There’s an out-of-this-world show tonight. But there’s no need to worry: The show’s concept involves sound effects and swiftly changing comic-book panels, making it comprehensible to the average earthling. It’s described as a “live-action graphic novel” called The Intergalactic Nemesis: Target Earth, where a Pulitzer Prize-winning reporter, her assistant and a mysterious librarian wind up transported to another pl...
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Military starts controlled detonations at Kodiak Launch Complex today
Starting today until Saturday, Kodiak residents might hear explosions coming from the Kodiak Launch Complex. But there’s no reason to get scared, officials said. The U.S. military’s 716th Explosive Ordnance Detachment will conduct disposal operation, including controlled detonations at the complex, said Mark Greby, senior vice president and chief operations officer of Alaska Aerospace Corporation. The detonations ...
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Federal move to block oil drilling another ‘major insult’ to Alaska
To the Editor, Alaska Senate Majority leaders are responding to another federal assault on Alaska’s rights as a state after President Barack Obama announced he will move to block development in 9.8 million acres within the Beaufort and Chukchi seas as part of a new five-year oil and gas leasing program. The president’s latest move to shelve even more our resources shows his indifference and ignorance about the Sta...
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Public Safety Blotter: Jan. 28
Jan. 1 At 12:10 a.m., police warned people in the Birch and Willow streets area for setting off fireworks inside city limits. At 12:21 a.m., police warned people on Powell Avenue for setting off fireworks inside city limits. At 12:33 a.m., police responded to a traffic offense on Selief Lane. The vehicle was moved when police asked. At 1:02 a.m., police arrested a driver on Rezanof Drive East on suspicion of drivi...
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It’s 'one for the road' for bars on Alaska ferries
The Alaska Marine Highway System is closing the bars on six of their ferries, including the two that serve Kodiak, the Alaska Department of Transportation announced Tuesday. About half of the ferries in the AMHS system have bars, and all of them will be closing when the ferries return from annual spring overhauls. For the two ferries that regularly serve Kodiak, the closures are still a few months out. The M/V Ken...
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Scout, parents clear 600 pounds of marine debris
Ten Boy Scouts, two Cub Scouts and scout parents removed about 600 pounds of marine debris from the Buskin Beach area on Saturday. The debris-removal project was sponsored by the Boy Scouts of America and supported by Island Trails Network. The project is Boy Scout Wesley Pyle's community service project, one of the requirements before becoming an Eagle Scout. The project aims to remove marine debris pollution and...
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