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SISTER SHOWDOWN: Charmaine Fabricante earns bragging rights over Krystal
With the Kodiak girls basketball team having a rare weekend off, Charmaine Fabricante found a different sport to keep her from getting bored — wrestling. The senior better known for her prowess on the hardwood showed she is no stranger to the mat Friday at Robin Hervey Weekend at Kodiak High Scho...
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ESS downs Lumen, starts 2-0 in conference
A sluggish start wasn’t a problem for Kodiak ESS in its second game of the season. The Ravens nailed three 3-pointers and exploded for 20 points, which kick started a 59-37 thumping of Lumen Christi in a boys Peninsula Conference basketball game Friday evening at Kodiak Middle School. After start...
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Troopers busy with three separate vehicle-related crimes
State troopers were on a roll during the past few days dealing with three separate vehicle-related crimes in Kodiak, including one involving a vehicle fire at the end of Monashka Bay Road Friday. On Jan. 19, troopers investigated a complaint from Brent Watkins, 53, who reported that his 2010 Ford...
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UPDATE: School lockdown more drill than imminent danger, superintendent says
The borough's school district locked down Kodiak Middle School for about 25 minutes today after a student allegedly threatened another student, officials said. The school district did not give more details about the students involved, “This particular case was where someone was just upset, and th...
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Kodiak hides highway of death
In the vastness of the cold seas near Kodiak Island lies a massive highway of death, where uncharted pinnacles and hidden rocks have claimed the lives of more than 1,000 people during the past 250 years, a 30-year research of Alaska shipwrecks shows. Capt. Warren Good, who conducted the meticulou...
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Donald Ray Kyer
Donald Ray Kyer was born to Leonard Ray and Juanita Jean Kyer December 1, 1949 in Denver, Colorado. He passed away of natural causes in his home in Kodiak on January 15, 2015. He was raised in a military family which provided him the opportunity to live in several different states and included ma...
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Parks and Rec: Jan. 23-30
Aquatics Coming in February: Masters Swimming Are you an adult training for an event or just looking for a great workout? Come join us at the Community Swimming Pool for a multi level fitness program for individuals that love to swim! Daily Schedule: Following is the daily schedule for the pool. ...
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In the Courts: Jan. 23
Malcolm Zachary Cherry pleaded no contest to proof of insurance to be carried and exhibited on demand. Cherry was fined $500. Frank G Edra pleaded guilty to attempted misconduct involving a controlled substance in the fourth degree. Edra was sentenced to 200 days in jail (170 suspended) and fined...
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