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Old Harbor fights domestic violence
The entire community of Old Harbor got up early Friday to hurry about putting the last touches on what has become to them a very important day in their battle against domestic violence, sexual assault and child maltreatment. The day alone signified the entire community’s commitment to fight the e...
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Troopers: Kodiak suspect believed to be armed with rifle
The Alaska State Troopers are seeking a Kodiak man who is believed to have assaulted a woman on Friday, left armed with a gun, and assaulted her again on Sunday, according to an AST report. Bryce Beltran, 19, reportedly assaulted the woman in the Bells Flats area on Friday around 12:30 a.m. and l...
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Kodiak Launch Complex back in operation this year, officials say
Local construction crews have cleared all of the debris from the Kodiak Launch Complex and the damaged facilities will be back in operation by the end of this year, Alaska Aerospace Corp. officials said Tuesday. “The demolition contractors and personnel from companies like Central Environmental I...
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Local starts effort to get salmon trash cans
A local Kodiak man is trying to raise awareness and community support for beautifying Kodiak with trash cans covered in vintage salmon-can labels. Astoria, Oregon and Anacortes, Washington both have such trashcans, and that’s where long-time fisherman Bruce Schactler first got the idea. “I always...
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Capitol Report: Budget cuts will impact all agencies
Hello again. With three weeks left until the legislature’s scheduled adjournment on Sunday, April 19, the Capitol building is a busy place. While Senate and House committees continue their discussions on various bills, the Senate Finance Committee will be holding additional hearings on next year’...
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Kodiak’s Isabel Husted takes fourth place in statewide Geographic Bee
Quick. Answer this: Taylor Swift performed songs from her album “Red” in Kuala Lumpur, the capital of which Asian country that borders the South China Sea? If you answered Malaysia, you’re right on the spot for a Geographic Bee competition. Four Kodiak students who competed in the 2015 Alaska Nat...
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Alumni Update: Horn begins playoff push
Alysa Horn started postseason play with a solid outing against Opladen Sunday in Germany. The Osnabruck forward punched in 15 points and seven rebounds in a 79-60 quarterfinal victory in the Bundesliga second division women’s basketball league. Horn shot 5 of 12 from the field and hit both of her...
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Trident wins Donor of the Year award
SeaShare, a nonprofit founded in 1994 to help the seafood industry donate to hunger-relief efforts in the United States, has presented Trident Seafoods with its National Fisheries Institute Donor of the Year award. “Trident Seafoods has been so important to our success over the years. Donating fi...
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