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Pickled Willys tastes success
Pickled Willys of Kodiak has started noticing initial signs of an expanding business after winning three People’s Choice awards in three cities and its first-place win in the Food Service category of the Alaska Symphony of Seafood early this year. Barbara Hughes of Pickled Willys said the company...
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Kodiak children make sandwiches for homeless
When people who stay at Brother Francis Shelter leave in the morning, they take sandwiches, including some made and donated by a number of local children. Hanna Moody, who is almost 10, came up with the idea to make sandwiches on her own, said her mother, Kathryn Moody. “I think when we drive by,...
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Crab Festival starts today
No matter what you enjoy doing, there’s probably something at Crab Festival to pique your interest from sports to art shows to dances to rides. If you want to bring out the inner competitor, there are a variety of sports, including running, swimming, tennis, pingpong, motocross and even arm wrest...
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Alaska Aerospace Corporation announces new board of directors chairman
Alaska Aerospace Corporation announced the selection of Dr. Robert “Bob” McCoy as the new board of directors chairman, effective May 18. McCoy replaces Pat Gamble, who is retiring after serving on the board since 2010. McCoy is the director of Geophysical Institute, University of Alaska-Fairbanks...
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Stage and Screen: Crowe at his best in 'The Water Diviner'
“The Water Diviner” (2015) is worth seeing for the story it tells and the back-story that it suggests but does not tell. The story that is told is interesting, touching and violent. The film opens on a WWI battlefield with a Turkish officer giving his entrenched charges the order to leave the tre...
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Alaska State Troopers: May 21
May 1 At 10:37 p.m., a Kodiak man reported that his HTC One cell phone worth $600 was stolen from his residence on Spruce Cape Road sometime in the last week and it was not activated and did not have a SIM card at the time. The investigation continues, and anyone with information is asked to call...
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Public Safety Blotter: May 21
April 16 At 1:17 a.m., a man on Marine Way was arrested on suspicion of two counts of violating conditions of release. Around 1:32 a.m., police conducted two bar checks downtown. At 1:40 a.m., police advised a driver in the Jack Hinkel Way and Rezanof Drive area to fix a headlight and turn signal...
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KHS baseball travels to the Valley
Over the next three days Kodiak baseball will play the top two teams in the Southcentral Conference North Division. Having already claimed the South Division title, Kodiak coach James Arnold is still looking to make a statement against Wasilla and Colony, two teams that have a combined conference...
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