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Public Safety Blotter: Jan. 30
Jan. 3 Around 2:23 a.m., police conducted four bar checks downtown. At 4:26 a.m., police warned a driver on Willow Street about having a taillight out. At 9:39 a.m., a caller reported lost property on Alimaq Drive. It was found and returned. At 12:30 p.m., a caller reported a parking complaint on...
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Calvary Chapel has church in Bells Flats
It started with a couple of ladies meeting with Azarias and Stacy Basamania in their home, and now the Calvary Chapel draws between 20 to 30 people on a weekly basis in its own quarters in a Bells Flats building that also houses grocery and liquor stores. The Chapel, which is pastored by Azarias,...
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Do Kodiakans struggle with their faith?
My blog and Twitter account describe me as an irreverent priest struggling with and for Christianity, the Episcopal church, and chocolate. (Who wrote that, anyway?) For those of you who have trouble with any priest admitting irreverence or that they struggle with their faith, just how strong is y...
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Amazing Nature: Arctic is New International Frontier
This article was not written in Kodiak. This January, I have travelled far to the West and North to Tromso, the fifth largest town in Norway, to attend a conference called “Arctic Frontiers.” Upon arrival, we were greeted by subzero temperatures and a sparse but existent snow cover. It was the we...
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Teeing Off: Gizmo picks his Super Bowl winner (video)
For the past two weeks Gizmo has immersed himself in the NFL Network’s second-to-second coverage of Super Bowl XLIX. What do you expect from a dog who spends his entire day at home with a cat and a ferret while both his parents are at work? He has enjoyed all the analytical looks at the game and ...
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Kodiak boys host Colony
The opening 12 games of the basketball season was just an appetizer for Kodiak’s boys. The Bears are wiping the plate clean as today’s game against Colony triggers a string of 10 straight Northern Lights Conference games to finish the season. “This is the real season right here. This is where you...
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Kodiak girls head to Colony
By DEREK CLARKSTON Mirror Writer Kodiak’s girls basketball team is going to log a bundle of frequent flier miles over the next six weeks. After playing seven of their first 10 games at home, the Bears will finish the regular season with 12 consecutive away games. That stretch begins at 7 o’clock ...
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Parks and Rec: Jan. 30-Feb. 6
Advisory Board Park and Rec Advisory Board meeting will be held in the Baranof park office at 6 p.m. on Feb. 4. Agenda Items: 1. Elect Officers 2. Dog Park at East Addition- Possible Options 3. Baranof Park improvement completions a. Landscaping outside perimeter of track b. Completion of tire wa...
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