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Islanders’ season ends with loss to Eagle River
Kodiak Post 17 closed out the 2016 campaign with a 7-0 loss to Eagle River in a Matson Invitational elimination game, Thursday at Bartlett High School. Kodiak went 1-2 in the eight-team tournament and tied for fifth. The Bears finished their fourth American Legion season — third as an AA program ...
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Word & Deed: Pushki in Paradise: Hope grows anyway
I have been with the Salvation Army for 23 years. I have been in service as an ordained minister and commissioned officer for 18 of those years. I’ve had the privilege and opportunity to travel abroad to New Zealand, Haiti, Greece and Turkey, to minister stateside from Alaska to Texas, from the c...
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Courts 7/29/2016
Trey Curtis, 22, pleaded guilty to driving under the influence. He was sentenced to 60 days jail with 57 suspended and fined $1,500. His driver’s license is revoked fo 90 days and he must use an ignition interlock device. He is on probation two years.
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Task force: Home pot growth OK
Commercial marijuana growing could be conditionally allowed in some residential areas, according to the Kodiak Island Borough Marijuana Task Force’s first discussion on cultivation. Task force members came to a consensus on allowing growing on business and industrial lots. Growing would be allowe...
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Walton works for win on mound, at plate
Shaun Walton delivered when his team needing him the most. The rising junior fired a complete-game gem and drove in the go-ahead run in Kodiak’s 5-4 victory over West Anchorage in a consolation bracket game of the Matson Invitational Wednesday at Bartlett High School. Kodiak advances to play at 1...
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Week In Words: Solid monsters possible source of leaking
While national politics are delving into their predictable fracas over these past couple of weeks, locally, we’ve seen some renewed interest in city and borough consolidation. This topic rears its head up every now and then, and despite the complexity of merging two local governments, the etymolo...
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Small rocket launch possible this year
Visitors to Narrow Cape are sure to notice changes at Kodiak’s rocket launch facility as it prepares for upcoming Missile Defense Agency launches, but there may be launch activity prior to the military’s use of the facility. According to Alaska Aerospace Corp. CEO Craig Campbell, the company is i...
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Trooper Report 7/28/2016
July 15 A 28-year-old Kodiak man was cited by Alaska Wildlife Troopers for commercial fishing without a commercial crew member license. The man was cited in the Naknek District Court and fined $260. July 21 At approximately 2 p.m., Alaska State Troopers contacted a 53-year-old Kodiak man while in...
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