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First use of new dock
The Alaska Marine Highway System ferry Tustumena tied up at the new Pier 1 dock in downtown Kodiak for the first time, Friday. Destruction of the old dock began in November 2014, but was stalled due to a permitting issue because of sea lions too close to the work area. Destruction and constructio...
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City taking nominations
Nominating petitions for two Kodiak City Council elected positions are now available. Submissions will be accepted from Aug. 1 through 4:30 p.m., Aug. 15. Two councilmember seats — both three-year terms — will be up for grabs in the Oct. 4 municipal election. Charlie Davidson and John Whiddon cur...
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Explorers learn ways of the isle
Kodiak kids are putting away their smartphones and videogame controllers and lacing up hiking boots each week as the Explore the Rock program makes a comeback. Explore the Rock is a Kodiak Area Native Association program funded by methamphetamine and suicide prevention grants. It’s for students e...
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Ketchikan hands Post 17 tough times
Kodiak Post 17 finished the American Legion baseball regular season with a tough 3-2 eight-inning loss to Ketchikan Saturday at Bartlett. The Kings, who secured the No. 8 seed to next week’s state tournament with the win, took the first game of the doubleheader 15-5. Kodiak (1-17 league, 3-22 ove...
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Letter: Borough brings little to talk of merger with city
To the editor: Consolidation? Really? At a time when our state is $4.5 billion dollars in the hole and the Legislature is too focused on personal agendas to actually work for its citizens, except to cut funds to local communities? I find it incredible that the borough assembly we elected to work ...
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Garden Gate: Give plants a pick-me-up
After shutting down the boat engine we leaned against the railing to watch two humpback whales feed close to the surface. Winding slowly through the kelp bed, they created small whirlpools with their pectoral fins and tails, like a barista would use a straw to draw artistic swirls on top of a lat...
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Otmeloi fix means bigger service area
The Kodiak Island Borough Assembly moved forward an ordinance to place expanding Service Area 1 before the voters in the service district. At Thursday’s meeting, the assembly also forwarded a companion ordinance to place the creation of a streetlight service district along Otmeloi Way before the ...
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Stevens: Gov. did right thing
In trying to fix the state’s fiscal problems, the Alaska Senate passed a bill to restructure the Alaska Permanent Fund during the fourth special session, but the House didn’t follow suit before the fifth special session closed Monday. “It was really unfortunate it ended as it did,” Sen. Gary Stev...
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