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Public Safety Blotter: April 17
Saturday, April 12 • Around 1:07 a.m., five bar checks were conducted downtown. • At 9:20 a.m., a driver on Shelikof Street was cited for tinted windows being too dark. • At 11:27 a.m., a driver on Kashevaroff/Mill Bay was cited for tinted windows being too dark. • At noon, a driver on W. Rezanof...
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Achievers: April 17
Eleven HOSA students from Kodiak High School along with their advisers, Christy Kinter and Joy Arneson, attended the Career and Technical Student Organizations Performance-Based Assessment Conference in Anchorage held March 20-22. HOSA is a national student organization that was formed to promote...
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Kodiak track prepares for F/V Invincible Pentathlon
By Saturday afternoon Marcus Dunbar will find out who his most versatile track athletes are. The F/V Invincible Pentathlon begins today and concludes Saturday. The three-day event has become a staple on Kodiak’s track schedule. “It gives people a chance to do something they normally wouldn’t do t...
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KHS music students to travel to state competition
The Kodiak High School music department held the regional solo and ensemble contest on April 7. According to an email from band director Dale Lhotka, “We had a record number of musicians competing this year, as well a record number of superior ratings.” Fifty-two students who earned superior rati...
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Playbook: April 17
Thursday, April 17 Baseball: Kodiak at the Lions Invitational High School Baseball Tournament in San Diego. Track: Kodiak at the F/V Invincible Pentathlon at the Kodiak Middle School gym, 4:15 p.m. Friday, April 18 Track: Kodiak at the F/V Invincible Pentathlon at Joe Floyd Track and Field, 4 p.m...
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Trial update: Researcher constructed model of the site
ANCHORAGE, Alaska (AP) — An expert in recreating traffic accident scenarios says a compact sport utility vehicle could have been the vehicle seen driving past a Kodiak Island Coast Guard communications station where two men were murdered. Prosecutors are attempting to connect a grainy security ca...
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KHS softball team to lean on experience
Last season, Sam Catt coached Kodiak’s softball team to the state tournament for the first time since taking over the program in 2011. This season he is hoping an experienced-laden roster will give him his first Northern Lights Conference title, and the school’s first crown since 2009. “That woul...
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Car expert testifies in Coast Guard double homicide
ANCHORAGE (AP) — Jurors in the trial of a man charged with gunning down two co-workers at a Coast Guard communications station on Kodiak Island repeatedly viewed blurry security-camera footage Tuesday showing a blue car passing the murder scene, then heading in the opposite direction five minutes...
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