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Juries of their peers: Teen courts in session in Kodiak
The attorneys look a little too young to be attorneys. But they are. About 160 of those attorneys from different parts of Alaska are in Kodiak to attend the 20th annual United Youth Courts of Alaska Conference. Conference participants are mostly experienced in standard courtroom procedure, where ...
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ComFish starts next week
Kodiak’s annual commercial fishery tradeshow kicks off on Thursday starting with safety and ending with fish filleting and movies. Forums throughout the first two days of the three-day show will have presenters from the University of Alaska, the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Heal...
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A DISNEY MOMENT: Dance team performs at theme park
The Kodiak High School dance team has mastered the sport of rapid changing. During Saturday’s 20-minute performance at the Disney California Adventure Park, the team will perform in seven different outfits and will have only 30 seconds to swip-swap clothes — nearly as fast as NASCAR pit crews cha...
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Choose Respect march to raise awareness about violence
The annual Choose Respect March, an effort to raise awareness about domestic violence and sexual assault, is Saturday and a Choose Respect 5K will be taking place next month. Communities all across Alaska hold Choose Respect marches as part of former Gov. Sean Parnell’s Choose Respect campaign to...
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Christian Science marks century in Kodiak since volcanic eruption
In her book about the history of the Erskine House, “A Legacy Built to Last,” local author Susan Jeffrey writes about “Nellie Erskine: Community Matriarch.” Susan describes the “dreadful ash fall of 1912” after the Novarupta-Katmai volcano eruption and about how “Nellie, W.J. [her husband], and m...
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Minister recounts path out of occult
Rob Radosti heard that Anton LaVey, author of “The Satanic Bible,” cried out to God on his death bed. Radosti has no way of verifying that story, but he can vouch for his own experience of crying out the name of Jesus, a name he had hated and avoided. Sharing his story with the people of Kodiak C...
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Teeing Off: Enough basketball, it’s baseball time
I interrupt your March Madness viewing for this important message: It’s baseball time. Players have been working out kinks for the past month in preparation for the Major League Baseball season opener in a few weeks. I envy the lucky souls who get to spend a portion of the winter in Arizona or Fl...
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Conspiracies and community values
I had a really good laugh reading the March 20 Daily Mirror guest column titled “Freedom and Conspiracy Theorists.” And I mean no disrespect to the author when I say that this was some really funny stuff: The John Birch Society, McCarthyism and the father of the Koch Brothers and a propaganda cam...
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