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Baranov Museum to record history of Kodiak’s West Side
During the next few months, the Baranov Museum will be documenting Kodiak’s history on the west side of the island through its new project, West Side Stories. The museum’s curator of collections, Anjuli Grantham, will travel throughout the West Side of the island with a photographer during summer to document the lives of the setnetters who live and work there. The idea for the project came from Grantham, who spent...
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Kodiak baseball stays alive in regional tournament
Kodiak’s baseball team used a late-inning rally to stay alive in the Southcentral Conference Championships. The Bears scored a pair of runs in the sixth inning to pull off a come-from-behind 6-5 victory over Kenai Friday at Bumpus Fields in Wasilla. Kodiak (14-10) advances to play either Colony or Palmer in another loser-out contest at 10 a.m. Saturday at Houston High School. The winner of that game slides into a ...
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In the Courts: May 29
Calvin Thomas pleaded guilty to felony driving under the influence — two or more priors. Thomas was sentenced to 24 months in jail (20 suspended) and had his license permanently suspended and fined $10,000 and placed on probation for three years. Sheila M. Major was found guilty of reckless driving. Major was sentenced to 90 days in jail (87 suspended) and had her license revoked for 30 days and was placed on prob...
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Kodiak baseball falls in semifinals
A disastrous third inning washed away Kodiak’s chances of claiming its first Southcentral Conference baseball title since 2011. Soldotna scored five runs on three errors, two hit batters and one walk in the third inning and rolled past Kodiak 11-4 in a semifinal game Thursday evening at Houston High School. Kodiak (13-10) opened the tournament earlier in the day with a 16-2 thumping of Houston. The Bears may not b...
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COASTAL FORAGER: Dining with an enemy named Nettles
A few years ago while I was living in Washington I read that nettles are edible. It seemed so wrong. If you know anything about nettles then you probably know that they sting like hell. And my hatred runs deep. I've been on the wrong end of a nettle leaf more than a few times thanks to my affinity for wearing shorts all summer as I gallivant around the forest. Everything in my experience taught me to skirt nettles...
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Kodiak boys favored for title
Kodiak’s boys track and field team will be vying for its third title since 2007 when the 4A state championships begin today at Dimond High School. And there is a good shot that when the dust settles Saturday evening that the Bears will be standing atop the podium. On paper, Kodiak is the overwhelming favorites over Kenai, Dimond and West Valley, which isn’t a surprise for those who have followed the team this seas...
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XtraTuf touches Kodiakans’ heart, makes their sole sing
I just spent an enjoyable time with The Thursday Ladies at Harborside Coffee and Goods, getting caught up on important events in town — wondering who has taken awhile to grow up and where grandkids have ended up this summer. These are wise women who have seen a lot of changes, lost much and kept their senses of humor. My kind of people. The matriarch of the group, possibly the matriarch of Kodiak, is Margaret Hall...
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Officials: Expect more Kodiak construction this summer
The end of spring means the beginning of construction season in Alaska. But for Kodiak’s city and borough officials, four words define the season: roadwork and pothole repair. Within the city, Manager Aimée Kniaziowski said officials intend to continue rehabilitation efforts on Mill Bay Road, which is showing extreme wear and tear. Last summer, the city repaired the areas with the worst issues, milling down the hu...
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Achievers: Port Lions students honored
Port Lions School recently recognized three outstanding high school students who were inducted into the National Honor Society. Cody Robustellini, left, Korena Nelson and Anthony Hoedel-Lukin have demonstrated excellence in the areas of academics, scholarship, leadership, service and character. All three students are currently sophomores at Port Lions School.
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Salmon fishermen challenged to strike balance between enthusiasm, serious assessment
If only most people were as enthusiastic about their job as River Hanson is about his. River, who graduated from Kodiak High School this year, eagerly looks forward to “getting the seine wet.” That’s jargon for salmon fishing. This is River’s second year fishing on the Lynx. What does he like about salmon fishing? “Everything,” he said, with sparkling eyes and a look of anticipation on his smiling face. “I’m happy...
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