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Kodiak sprinters race into form
Kodiak sprinters got off to a shaky start at last week’s track season opener inside the Dome in Anchorage. The Bears didn’t place a single sprinter into a Big C Relays final, an unusual sight from a team that usually has a few quality sprinters. “We traveled a lot of young guys, but it gave them ...
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Kodiak Middle Schooler wins state Geo Bee
Gray Harver felt some nerves when the final few questions of State Geo Bee rolled out. The critical question, Harver remembers, was about a whaling station. “The way the announcer said the question, it sounded like it was northern,” Harver said. He scrawled “Canada” on the paper. The other finali...
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Fish Tech not on UAA chopping block
Fears about the immediate future of the Kodiak Seafood and Marine Science Center, or Fish Tech, are without foundation, according to University of Alaska Board of Regents Kodiak chairwoman Pat Jacobson. “It’s not an issue before the regents,” she said Wednesday. “It’s not on our agenda at all.” T...
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Bed tax revenues firmer, tourism seen healthier
The City of Kodiak released its bed tax figures for the quarter, with tourism advocates saying the numbers indicate healthier tourism figures compared with the past year. The city collected $30,000 more in taxes from hotels and motels in the current fiscal year compared with the previous year’s t...
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Achievers: April 10
Adalyn Ellsworth, Barbra Sega, Shannon Woods and Tatiana Charliaga were selected for Elks Student Recognition at Kodiak High School for second quarter of the 2013/2014 school year. Adalyn, a freshman at Kodiak High School, is the daughter of Heather and Bryan Ellsworth. Although just beginning he...
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Kodiak Storm wins title
Kodiak’s women’s hockey team skated to its first tournament title since 2011, Sunday in Anchorage. The Kodiak Storm thumped the Anchorage-based MTA squad 4-1 to win the advanced beginner division title of the Alaska Fools on Ice Women’s Hockey Tournament at the Subway Sports Centre in Anchorage. ...
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Alaska State Troopers: April 10
Wednesday, April 2 • At 4:15 p.m., the Old Harbor VPSO was advised of a situation regarding a 9-year-old child who was terrified to go home. Further investigation revealed a 31-year-old resident of Old Harbor, who was on conditions of release for a prior felony assault, was drinking alcohol while...
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Fire danger high in Kodiak
The fire danger for the Kodiak road system was raised to high, according to a Wednesday news release from Bayside Fire Station. The release said a no burn ban is in effect and permits are required for all open burns. The release cited lack of snow cover, lack of rain and windy conditions for the ...
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