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Young athlete preparing for prosthetic arm
After losing her arm in an all-terrain vehicle accident on Sunday, Elianah Micael is recovering at a hospital in Seattle. Wednesday, Micael was able to leave her bed and walk around the hospital. She already had one surgery on her arm and is waiting for a second. “Hopefully, they will be able to keep that length,” said her mother, Mae Taboy. “From what I understand, it’s below her elbow, and they’re hoping they wi...
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Stutes ‘confident’ Legislature will take on Walker vetoes
The Alaska Legislature ended a fifth special session Monday, disappointing Kodiak’s lone representative. “We got essentially zero accomplished for that last special session. Nothing happened,” Stutes said. “The governor made his vetoes, and the Legislature failed to enact any of his revenue measures. They never got out of committee.” She says the Legislature has to figure out a way to balance the budget. While she...
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Sun’aq, SCK team for transport
Sun’aq Tribe of Kodiak has been successful in acquiring funds from the Bureau of Indian Affairs Transportation to support Kodiak Area Transit System and collaborate with the Senior Citizens of Kodiak, the lead agency for KATS, for assuring all Kodiak residents have adequate transportation to work, shop and appointments. From left: Wynford Mckeckney, a KATs rider for five years who uses the system to get to work, J...
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Obituary: Morris Neil Sargent
Patricia Ann Sargent, with profound sorrow, informs relatives and friends of the passing of her beloved husband, Morris Neil Sargent, 81, on July 16, 2016. Morris led a most remarkable and noteworthy life. Born Nov. 17, 1934, in the Territory of Alaska, he was christened one week later in the Kodiak Russian Orthodox Church. As a young man, he served honorably in the U.S. Air Force having been stationed in Texas, M...
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Week in Words: Convention overcomes fear of plagiarism
The Republican National Convention is off to a strange, fear-mongering start, and, at the time that I’m writing this column, the news is all abuzz with Melania Trump’s uncreative plagiarism and Trump’s B-list celebrity friend speeches. But let’s start off on a positive note. “Convention” has turned out to be one of America’s greatest words. Originally, “convention” (from the Middle French in the 15th century) was ...
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Police blotter 7/21/2016
July 6 At 12:07 a.m., police warned a driver in the 2100 block of Mill Bay Road for a malfunctioning headlight. At 12:27 a.m., police warned a speeding driver in the Bartel Avenue and Rezanof Drive area. At 12:47 a.m., police warned a speeding driver in the Baranof Street and 12th Avenue area. At 1:22 a.m., police warned a driver in the 3000 block of Mill Bay Road for a nonilluminated license plate. At 2:32 a.m., ...
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Council to assembly: Talk to us before vote
The following letter from the Kodiak City Council to the Kodiak Island Borough Assembly was dated July 18. The assembly regular meeting for today includes first reading of an ordinance “Authorizing The Submission Of An Advisory Question To The Qualified Voters Of The Borough At The October 4, 2016 Regular Borough Election To Determine Whether The Public Supports The Idea Of Consolidating The Kodiak Island Borough ...
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Troopers 7/21/2016
July 12 At approximately 8:46 a.m., Alaska State Troopers in Kodiak responded to the community of Ouzinkie for the report of a residential burglary. Subsequent investigation revealed that someone had entered an unoccupied home and had destroyed the majority of the property inside. The estimated value of the property destroyed is $5,000. Investigation continues. Anyone with information related to this incident is e...
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Local nurse rehabbing in Colo.
Dianne Patterson pursued a nursing career so she could help people, and she has for the last 36 years. Now, she is the one needing help. Patterson, a nurse at Kodiak Island Medical Associates for the past 10 years, suffered a life-altering injury June 29 while on vacation in Colorado visiting her sister. The 14-year resident of Kodiak was involved in an ATV accident that resulted in a magnitude of fractures — ster...
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Obituary: Dennis C. Wolfe
Long-time Kodiak resident Dennis C. Wolfe, 72, passed away July 9, 2016, at his home in Sun City, Arizona. A celebration of life will be held at the American Legion, Post 17, Kodiak, at 3 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 27. Dennis was born March 30, 1944, in Tacoma, Washington. He attended Franklin Pierce High School in Tacoma and on completion of high school he joined the Army, completing boot camp at Fort Ord and eventually...
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