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Borough seeks funding for Womens Bay emergency shelter
The borough began accepting public comments related to funding an emergency shelter in Womens Bay. A notice from the Kodiak Island Borough said that the project would have no significant impact on the environment and intending to request funds from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Develop...
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Oil taxes and corruption: Why vote YES to repeal SB21?
One compelling factor is the despicable politics of how SB21 came to be. Two employees of ConocoPhillips (Senator Meyer and Senator Micciche) voted to pass SB21, giving their employer huge tax breaks. That’s clearly a conflict of interest, folks: It’s a symptom of corruption. Legislators said, “H...
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Public Safety Blotter: July 10
June 24 • At 12:44 a.m., police cited a man for driving with studded tires on Shelikof Street. • Around 1:16 a.m., police conducted two bar checks downtown. • At 3:25 a.m., a bear raided a trashcan in the 2000 block of Mill Bay Road and then fled into the woods. • At 11:15 a.m., police warned a d...
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Stage and Screen: 'Jersey Boys:' Mediocre film – great music
I’m a Jersey Boy – I was born and grew up in the epicenter of the Garden State. I thought that I knew a great deal about the many characters who came from this hotbed of pop culture and crime. Don’t get me wrong – New Jersey is not the mother lode of organized crime. In spite of the image created...
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Local photographer uses unique frames
Local photographer Dake Schmidt wanted new frames for his work. He found them in old windows and portholes. That task, he reports, has been complicated by a scarcity of frame materials. “I’ll never make a piece exactly like them again because you don’t have the same frame or the same looking port...
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Majors fall to 1-1
A day after registering its first District I win in three years, the Kodiak Major All-Stars fell flat against Knik. Kodiak mustered only one hit as it fell 13-0 to Knik in a District I pool play baseball game Tuesday evening in Anchorage. Kodiak’s 11-and 12-year-old all-stars dropped to 1-1 in po...
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Playbook: July 10
Thursday, July 10 Baseball: Kodiak Major All-Stars vs. Anchorage Military at District I pool play in Anchorage, 6:30 p.m. Kodiak Junior All-Stars vs. Anchorage Military at District I pool play in Anchorage, 4 p.m. Friday, July 11 Baseball: Kodiak Major All-Stars vs. Palmer at District I pool play...
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Post 17 splits with Kenai
A second-inning at-bat by Aaron Hocum was what Kodiak Post 17 needed to get things rolling against Kenai. Down 3-1 in the second of two American Legion AA league games, Hocum’s two-out, 11-pitch walk loaded the bases and started Kodiak’s 8-4 comeback victory Saturday at Baranof Field. The win was...
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