In the courts - March 9, 2012 Drunken person on licensed premises
Valeri Kourenkov, 53, sentenced to jail 15 days, 15 days suspended. Fined $500 with $150 suspended. On probation one year.
Valerie Kourenkov, 53, sentenced to jail 15 days, 15 days suspended. Fined $500 with $150 suspended. On probation one year.
Failure to apply for new registration or title
• Andrew Ursin, 52, sentenced to jail five days, five days suspende...
Math in Kodiak schools: Memorized procedures get in the way After focusing recently on changes we are making in elementary math instruction for students and teachers, I would like to talk about the middle school math Program. Parents often find the lack of examples in the Connected Mathematics books confusing and frustrating. Why are examples not available and what have we done to make parents’ lives easier at homework time?
Before reform efforts began in mathematics ins...
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Coast Guard blotter - March 9, 2012 Friday, March 2
Coast Guard Marine Safety Unit Valdez personnel responded to the sinking of the fishing vessel Cape Kasilof in the Chenega Small Boat Harbor Tuesday and continue to monitor pollution response efforts.
The 33-foot vessel sank in its berth in the Chenega Small Boat Harbor due to excessive snow load. Two 55-gallon fuel drums on the vessel’s deck had been used in place of the vessel’s fuel tanks and a ...
Women’s state bowling begins in Kodiak The 52nd Alaska Women’s State Bowling Tournament rolled into action Thursday at Tropic Lanes.
And for a group of ladies from Ketchikan, it was the first time this year they have been in a bowling alley.
That’s because Ketchikan’s 16-lane bowling alley closed more than seven years ago.
The closure hasn’t stopped Ketchikan’s diehard bowlers.
“When you got it in your blood, you have to continue,” said Joy Erickson...
Biologist: Long-term Karluk Lake sockeye forecast isn't good KODIAK — Sockeye salmon returns to Karluk Lake should be up this year and next, but the fish could undergo a big decline in the following years.
Alaska Department of Fish and Game biologist Matt Birch Foster shared that news with about two dozen interested listeners at Thursday’s brown bag lunch science lecture at the Kodiak National Wildlife Refuge Visitor Center. Foster was presenting data from an almost century...
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Kodiak City League basketball champions Asian Grocery won the City League Basketball C Division Tournament. Bottom, left: Jerone Orana, Edwin Madamba Jr., Angelina Enriques, Merry Grace Enriquez and Christine Enriquez. Back, left: Argie Simbillo, Mark Miranda, Fletcher Enriquez, Lexan Data, Alfredo Palilio Jr., Vania Data and Ana Sabangan.
(Photos courtesy of Kodiak Parks and Rec)
Communications Station Kodiak won the City League Basketball B-S...
Parks and Rec - March 9, 2012 Feb. 24-March 2
KODIAK LITTLE LEAGUE
Registration for the 2012 season is being held now and will run from until April 21. Tryouts will be on April 14 for majors 11- and 12-year-olds and juniors 13- to 15-year-olds. Tryouts will be April 21 for coach-pitch 7- and 8-year-olds and player-pitch 9- and 10-year-olds. Tryouts are mandatory.
Players participating in Kingfishers can attend a 2 p.m. tryout time. Sign up a...
Ketchikan man saves bear cub from fatal jar KETCHIKAN (AP) — A tiny bear cub received another chance at life when local hiker Michael Schuler released its head from a plastic jug on the top of Deer Mountain on Sunday.
Schuler said Tuesday that he had gone up the mountain that day to conduct some avalanche testing. Because it was a beautiful day, he decided to head up to the summit with Josie the dog, he said, and about 10 feet from the top, he saw what at f...
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Aliy Zirkle maintains Iditarod lead ANCHORAGE (AP) — Led by Aliy Zirkle, four mushers who have already taken their mandatory 24-hour layovers have left the Iditarod Trail Sled Dog Race mid-point of Cripple en route to the next checkpoint at Ruby, on the Yukon River.
Listed in second place Thursday night was 2004 champion Mitch Seavey, followed by defending champion John Baker and Dallas Seavey.
Three mushers have scratched. Veteran musher Wade Marrs...
Coast Guard medevacs two men in separate Bering Sea incidents KODIAK — Forward-deployed helicopters from Air Station Kodiak medevaced a pair of ailing fishermen in separate incidents.
On Wednesday evening, an MH-65 Dolphin lifted a 52-year-old man from the 314-foot ship Arctic Storm 63 miles west of Cold Bay.
The helicopter was deployed onboard the cutter Alex Haley, which diverted from its regular Bering Sea patrol to get within range of the Arctic Storm. The Alex Haley’s h...
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