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Discovering remnants of Kodiak’s World War II structures
With the last U.S. World War I veteran passing in 2011, living memories of World War II are rapidly fading. Soon, just the physical remains of the conflict will be left behind. Kodiak is home to an astounding number of structures built during World War II. Reports indicate that $17 million dollar...
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Robert Foy appointed to School Board
The Kodiak Island Borough School District Board of Education appointed Robert Foy to fill a vacancy at their Monday meeting. The board selected Foy after holding interviews with him and two other candidates: Tracy Chandler and Jeffrey Stewart. Foy has a daughter who went to elementary, middle and...
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Stabbing suspect pleads guilty to single charge
The man who stabbed his roommate last fall pleaded guilty to a single charge of criminally negligent homicide on Tuesday. Teila Tofelogo, 45, stabbed Dennis Fathke, 59, while both were living in a local home while participating in a local program called Second Chance for Men. According to a polic...
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Troopers seek person who shot pregnant deer
Alaska Wildlife Troopers are looking for the person or people responsible for the shooting death of a pregnant deer. AWT found the deer in a ditch on Sunday while patrolling the Pasagshak Highway. It had reportedly been shot several times with a handgun. “Deer season does not open until Oct. 1, s...
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Seventeen trillion wingbeats over Alaska
And they are here. Sluggish mosquitoes, sprung from the leaves where they overwintered. Moths and butterflies flitting the fields and south-facing slopes. Beetles skittering along in pinstripe-grooved exoskeletons. How many insects are stirring on the surface of Alaska? That's a fun but hard-to-a...
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Public Safety Blotter: May 20
April 15 At 7:56 a.m., police responded to a vehicle accident on Mill Bay Road. There was minor damage and the parties exchanged information. At 8:23 a.m., police warned a speeding driver on Rezanof Drive East. At 8:42 a.m., a caller reported an annoying animal on Spruce Cape Road. Police spoke w...
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Teeing Off: Kodiak soccer speaks Spanish on the pitch
Hola, como estas? That is pretty much the extent of my Spanish vocabulary, as I wasn’t the most astute student in foreign language classes. If it wasn’t for Megan — after 15 years I have forgotten her last name, but I do remember she had blonde hair and was taller than me — I would have not passe...
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Death Notice: Fred James Fischer
Fred James Fischer, 55, died May 1, 2015. Anyone with knowledge of family members is asked to call Legacy Heritage Chapel in Anchorage at 907-336-3338.
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