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GARDEN GATE: When things don’t grow as planned
My attempt to grow bush-type zucchini plants in the greenhouse produced a total of three squash. Oh, there were plenty of flowers that received the bliss of pollination, but within days, the flower end of the “fruits” developed a bruise. Then the bruise grew into a brown and moldy mass. Yuck. Cha...
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Alumni Run Results
Boys Kodiak 25, Alumni 30 1. Michael Parnell, Kod, 16 minutes, 54 seconds; 2. Levi Fried, Alumni, 17:20; 3. Curtis Mortenson, Alumni, 17:22; 4. Keith Osowski, Kod, 17:38; 5. Jack Hannah, Kod, 17:42; 6. Richie McKinney, Kod, 18:04; 7. Stig Yngve, Alumni, 18:13; 8. Chaven Davidson, Alumni, 18:24; 9...
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Kodiak’s sockeye catches lackluster
Alaska’s salmon season so far has been characterized by ups and downs, and it will be a stretch for the total catch to make the forecasted 221 million fish. “It just depends on how these late returning pink salmon at Prince William Sound performs, and whether or not pinks pick up at Southeast. It...
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Prep football: Week 1 scores
Week 1 Friday Soldotna 21, South 17 East 14, Colony 13 Houston 22, Homer 14 Palmer 28, Chugiak 20 North Pole 54, Ketchikan 8 West 45, West Valley 15 Eielson 43, Thunder Mt. 0 Saturday Service 57, Wasilla 10 Bartlett 47, Kenai 6 Dimond 54, Eagle River 0 Kodiak 25, Nikiski 15 Monroe 20, Seward 8 Ju...
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STEEL BEHEMOTH DOCKS: Alaska’s biggest crane impresses Kodiakans
It wasn’t media hype, after all. No need for hyperboles and metaphors. Kodiakans looked proud Thursday when the vessel “Zhen Hua 19” reached the Emerald Isle after a 19-day transit from China. The ship appeared like a giant floating artwork as it was transporting eight steel behemoths, including ...
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Robert Rang among 3 final candidates for CEO at Wrangell hospital
The Wrangell Medical Center Board has announced that it had narrowed its list of candidates for the hospital’s CEO position from 10 contenders to three. Among the final candidates is Robert Rang, administrator of Providence-Chiniak Bay Elder House. The other two candidates are Jeffrey Lyle of Bel...
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Barbara Hoedel to become a deacon, inspired by the late Beverly Horn
When Barbara Hoedel is ordained as a deacon at St. James the Fisherman Episcopal Church at 7 p.m. on Monday, Aug. 17, she will be honoring the late Beverly Horn, one of the founders of the church in Kodiak. The Right Reverend Mark Lattime, Bishop of Alaska, will officiate at the service. If Horn ...
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Bears unveil new look on Saturday
There is a buzz surrounding the 2015 Kodiak High School football team. And rightfully so. The Bears head into Saturday’s season opener at Nikiski with an entire new coaching staff and new philosophies on both sides of the ball. “It has been a real positive atmosphere. That is what we are trying t...
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