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Kodiak Island Births: Aug. 11
Carden Nicholas Tolentino was born at 7:11 a.m. on Aug. 4, 2015 to Remyliza Tolentino. He weighed 8 pounds and measured 21 inches. His parents were originally from the Philippines and now live in Kodiak. The baby’s mother works at Budget of Kodiak. Other child in the family is Andrei Nicholas Her...
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Alumni update: Horn finishes regular season
Alysa Horn struggled from the field in her final regular-season women’s basketball game for Logan of the Queensland Basketball League in Australia. Horn, a former Kodiak star, shot 2 for 11 and scored four points in her team’s 62-48 loss to Northside on Saturday. Horn added six rebounds, one assi...
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Soldotna, South top first prep football poll
Kodiak will begin the 2015 high school football season unranked in the Alaska Sports Broadcasting Network poll. The network released its preseason rankings on Monday, and Soldotna and South topped the polls. Soldotna, winners of the last three medium-school state titles, was voted the top medium/...
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Captain of Kodiak-based FV Cornelia Marie dies
The captain of the FV Cornelia Marie died Saturday in his sleep in Sturgis, South Dakota, where he was attending one of the nation’s biggest motorcycle rallies, according to the commercial fishing vessel’s official Facebook page. “Last night we lost a great friend, mentor, and a truly wonderful p...
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GARDEN GATE: 7 tips for the art of weeding
Go often to the house of thy friend; for weeds soon choke up the unused path. —Scandinavian Proverb “No garden is without its weeds,” said Thomas Fuller, M.D. Yet weeds probably discourage more gardeners than any other problem, including slugs. Every fall or winter, when gardeners get together, t...
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James, Fried, Fogle and Gauna claim Quintathlon team title
Steven Gauna had the save of the race on a sun-soaked Saturday at Fort Abercrombie State Historical Park. The former Kodiak High school running and wrestling star had a what-is-happening-kind-of-moment during the 1.9-mile kayak portion of the Bearfoot in the Park Quintathlon. Finishing up the fir...
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Despite rain, music lovers arrive to support concert for food banks
It wasn’t warm due to the light rain, but the music sizzled hot Saturday during the Warm August Night concert at the Kodiak Fairgrounds. Organizer Dr. Jerimiah Myers of the Kodiak Lions Club, the event’s yearly sponsor, has always been proud of the concert’s goal even after 20 years of hosting an...
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August Interim Report
A busy July has given way to an active August as the legislative interim continues. July’s major news was Governor Walker’s decision to accept federal funding to expand Medicaid coverage in Alaska. The state estimates about 40 thousand uninsured Alaskans will receive coverage, and 4 thousand new ...
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