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Analysis: Coast Guard base expansion could mean Kodiak boon
The creation of a Military Facility Zone as part of an enticement to draw more Coast Guard assets to Kodiak could significantly help the island’s economy while bringing a potentially large array of new Coast Guard assets to town. A quid pro quo-like discussion between the upper echelons of the U.S. Coast Guard and officials from Kodiak Island Borough could result in significant numbers of ships and related assets ...
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Alaska State Troopers: April 24
Monday, April 21 • Alaska State Troopers received a report of a Kodiak bear killing domesticated fowl in the Woodland Acres subdivision. Alaska Wildlife Troopers and an Alaska Department of Fish and Game bear biologist responded to the area and while on scene, the bear was possibly shot by a resident of Kodiak. AWT and ADFG are currently attempting to locate the bear, which is believed to be wounded. • At 10:19 a....
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Achievers: April 24
Jason Short, former Kodiak High School graduate, earned honors on the President’s List during the spring quarter at Yakima Valley College and has earned his associates degree in business. He is now attending Central Washington University and working toward his bachelor’s degree in accounting.
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Fisherman Out Load returns Saturday
Fisherman Out Loud brings the eloquence and rhythm of saltwater-inspired poetry to Kodiak for the fourth year with a performance at 7 p.m. Saturday, in the Kodiak Harbor Convention Center. Tickets cost $20 for adults, $15 for students and seniors, and are available through www.kodiakartscouncil.org. In addition to returning favorites Moe Bowstern, Erin Fristad and Kodiak’s own Tobly Sullivan, this year’s event bri...
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Local golfer starts season with an ace
Steve Schrof’s golf season couldn’t have started any better. Schrof, a Kodiak resident since 1991, sank a hole-in-one on April 16, opening day at the Bear Valley Golf Course. His ace came around 7:30 p.m. on the par 3, hole No. 7, an 85-yard pitch shot onto a temporary green. “You never imagine it,” Schrof said. “It is just sort of a fluke.” Schrof used an eight iron and said the ball was headed straight towards t...
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Middle school to put on Nancy Drew play
Literature’s most famous youth sleuth comes alive in the Gerald C. Wilson Auditorium this weekend as the Kodiak Middle School Drama Club presents “Nancy Drew: Girl Detective.” Performances are at 7 p.m. Friday and at 2 p.m. Saturday in the drama pod. Admission is free, but donations to the club will be accepted. More than 20 students have been working on the production, both on stage and behind the scenes, since e...
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Playbook: April 24
Friday, April 25 Baseball: Kodiak vs. Homer at Baranof Field. Junior varsity, 2 p.m.; varsity, 5:30 p.m. Track: Kodiak vs. Seward at Joe Floyd Track and Field. Field events, 3 p.m.; running events, 4 p.m.
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Superintendent faces emotional group in Q&A session
Kodiak Island School District superintendent Stewart McDonald faced a civil but emotional group of more than 50 parents and teachers, Tuesday in the Gerald C. Wilson Auditorium choral pod. The question and answer session brought out repeated talk of low morale among district employees and frustration about communication with the school board and administration. McDonald appeared receptive to complaints, countering...
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City may not look far for new harbormaster
City manager Aimée Kniaziowski hinted at the probable identity of Kodiak’s next harbormaster during a meeting of the Port and Harbors Advisory Board Tuesday. “I don’t anticipate having to recruit from outside,” she said. The city made an internal announcement seeking a successor to Marty Owen, who will retire May 10, and may advertise for outside applicants after Thursday. Owen said deputy harbormaster Lon White, ...
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Three elected to KEA board
Ron Acarregui, Clifford Ford and Cecil Ranney were elected to three-year terms on the Kodiak Electric Association Board of Directors, Monday at KEA’s annual membership meeting. According to a KEA release, the vote totals were 743 for Acarregui, 624 for Ford, 708 for Ranney and 586 for Ben Millstein. There were three open seats. On Tuesday, the board elected Cliff Davidson as chairman, Acarregui as vice chairman an...
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