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ALLUMNI ROUNDUP: UAA women advance to regional final; Horn, Cannon battle in NWAC
Kodiak’s Hannah Wandersee connected on three second-half buckets as the University of Alaska Anchorage women’s basketball team outlasted Cal Baptist University in overtime, 83-79, in a NCAA Division II West Regional semifinal Saturday in California. The second-seeded Seawolves play fourth-seeded ...
Mar 14, 2016 | 0 0 comments | 17 17 recommendations | email to a friend
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KIBSD finds potential for saving $800K
A mid-contract rebid for districtwide Internet services could save the Kodiak Island Borough School District $800,000, district officials say. The KIBSD Board of Education held an emergency special meeting Wednesday evening and approved the proposal to rebid after school officials determined it w...
Mar 11, 2016 | 0 0 comments | 37 37 recommendations | email to a friend
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Homer’s Laukitis tapped by Gov. for NPFMC seat
Michael “Buck” Laukitis of Homer is one of two preferred nominees for two open seats on the North Pacific Fishery Management Council. Theresa Peterson of Kodiak is the other preferred nominee. Gov. Bill Walker announced his nominees for the positions on Wednesday. Laukitis said he submitted his n...
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Museum unveils new virtual tour app
The Alutiiq Museum has a new virtual your app, allowing people to get a glimpse at the exhibits from the comfort of their own home. “One of the things that I’ve been interested in as the executive director here at the museum is to increase our reach to our community and to our other supporters,” ...
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Youth welcome as shelter volunteers
To the editor: What if your animal got lost or found and taken to the animal shelter? Wouldn’t you want them to care for it while you’re looking for your pet? But what if they didn’t have enough food or beds for your dog? Our community needs more volunteers to help care for these poor animals who...
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KDM EDITORIAL: Rumination on population
On April 28, Kodiak will welcome the first cruise ship passengers of the 2016 season for a daylong visit. At the end of the season, we will have seen 14 ships and as many as 21,000 tourists, according to information from Discover Kodiak. If we saw all those visitors at once, they would outnumber ...
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Hicks moving on after the season
When the final buzzer goes off in today’s game at Palmer High School, it will mark the end of Krista Hicks’ tenure with the Kodiak girls basketball team. The second-year head coach told her squad in January that this was her final season. Her husband is in the Coast Guard and is being transferred...
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Kodiak boys come up empty in second half
After a tightly contested first half, Kodiak’s boys basketball team couldn’t find the net in the second half. The Bears were held to eight points in the final 16 minutes as third-seeded Palmer advanced in the Northern Lights Conference Championships with a 57-34 victory Thursday at Palmer High Sc...
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