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Public Safety Blotter: March 9
March 4 At 12:17 a.m., a caller requested police assistance in removing a man from the 300 block of Center Avenue who was causing problems and refusing to leave. He left when police asked. At 6:19 a.m., a person reported lots of trash and refuse on Near Island in the 100 block of Alimaq Drive. Patrolling officers were advised. At 8:19 a.m., a woman requested police help with people blocking the door to her busines...
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Wrestlers snag gold at Arctic
Kodiak’s Krystal Fabricante and Shaun Walton captured gold medals at the 24th Arctic Winter Games Tuesday in Greenland. Fabricante and Walton won all eight of their matches to lead Team Alaska wrestling to the top of the podium during team competition. Alaska won all four of its duals by a combined score of 204-26, topping Northwest Territories (54-0), Nunavut (54-5), Yukon (54-5) and Alberta North (42-16). Albert...
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Coffee to Coffee Run results
Coffee to Coffee Run March 5 3.3. miles 1. Michael Parnell, 18 minutes, 50 seconds; 2. Sawyer Olsen, 20:03; 3. Brenden Thompson, 20:16; 4. Anthony Maghupoy, 21:14; 5. Marcus Dunbar, 21:14; 6. Richie McKinney, 21:23; 7. Camrin Yturbe, 21:26; 8. Cory Thompson, 22:14; 9. Youji Seto, 22:16; 10. Jen Foster, 23:12; 11. Arieele Himelbloom, 23:16; 12. Kathryn Symmes, 23:44; 13. Howard Valley, 26:01; 14. Malina Fagan, 28:1...
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Alaska Science Forum: Barrow’s extreme spring of one year ago
For a town of its size (4,300 people), Barrow receives more visits by scientists than anyplace in America. The northernmost community in the U.S. has hosted researchers since Army Lt. P. Henry Ray built a polar observatory there in 1882. This different-than-anywhere-else place with fewer people than a one-stoplight town in Texas has attracted scientists from all over the globe. Why? Because Barrow has housing, ele...
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Local Results: March 9
Kodiak Hockey League March 5 Midgets/Bantams Blue 7, Gold 0 Goals: Blue — Evan Dano (2), Aaron Hocum (2), Matt Schaff (2) and Carly Glover. Assists: Blue — Tyson Duboc and Aaron Hocum. Peewee Gold 6, Blue 5 Goals: Gold — Daniel Powers (3), Dalton Horn (2) and Gavin Baxter; Blue — Garrick Schauff (3) and Savana Long (2). Squirt Gold 4, Blue 2 Goals: Gold — Alex Holland (2), Simon Grimes and Isaac Beaver; Blue —Max ...
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Old Harbor student takes on radioactive gas
Old Harbor — Few people in our villages know what radon is. Yet, it is the No. 1 cause of lung cancer in non-smokers and the second leading cause of lung cancer, after tobacco, in smokers. It is a colorless, odorless, radioactive gas that seeps up from the earth. When inhaled, it gives off radioactive particles that can damage the cells that line the lungs. This silent killer is produced from the natural decay of ...
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Sea Stories: Baranov, Yankee trader team up on otters
In the summer of 1792, Alexander Baranov, the 45-year-old manager of the Russia’s Kodiak colony, chanced upon the British ship Phoenix in Prince William Sound, commanded by Hugh Moore and his first mate Joseph O’Cain, an Irish Bostonian. The three men hit it off immediately, using German to communicate and Boston rum to lubricate their new friendship. From Moore and O’Cain, Baranov learned that American and Britis...
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Kids spring into arts offerings
The Kodiak Arts Council is providing art classes for children over spring break. This year is the first time for the spring classes, offered during the week of March 14 through 18. The classes are similar to what the council has traditionally provided during the summer Sum’Arts program. “With kids out of school, we knew folks would be looking for fun meaningful ideas for their children,” said council executive dir...
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Public Safety Blotter: March 8
March 3 At 10:09 a.m., police cited a driver in the 200 block of Mission Road for driving with a cancelled license and having no proof of insurance. At 10:23 a.m., police received a report that two aggressive dogs kept running loose in the 3900 block of Woodland Drive. The owner of one said she will keep a better eye on it. The owner of the other was unknown. At 11:16 a.m., a caller reported two loose dogs chasing...
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The trick to tracking trophy trout revealed
March is a tough month for most of us. The days are promisingly long and cold is less likely. But those big, wet storms keep rolling in to the accompaniment of wind and mud. It’s easy to start feeling trapped indoors, especially when the rare sunny days always seem to fall on weekdays. Longer days and occasional sun stir me to fish. I know I’m rushing spring a bit, but I just can’t help myself. The problem is, our...
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