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Kodiak volleyball finishes undefeated in NLC regular season
For the second time in three years, Kodiak volleyball breezed through the Northern Lights Conference regular season with a perfect record. The Bears capped a 10-0 regular season with a pair of sweeps at Palmer, winning 25-20, 28-26, 26-24 on Friday, and 25-11, 25-19, 25-13 on Saturday. “It is rea...
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GARDEN GATE: Proverbs, experience help predict weather
Spring and fall can be the toughest seasons for gardeners to forecast the weather. Maybe it just seems more difficult because it’s also when there a lot at stake, garden-wise. In the spring, young seedlings, tender perennial shoots and berry blossoms are at their most vulnerable time. And in the ...
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Wrestlers win three at South
Kodiak wrestling went 3-4 during the two-day Halloween Monster Bash Duals that concluded Sunday at South Anchorage High School. The Bears picked up wins over North Pole (39-34), Soldotna (52-27) and Kotzebue (42-32) and lost to Lathrop (51-32), Wasilla (43-27), South (54-18) and Service (45-37). ...
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FISH FACTOR: Differential GPS slated for shut-down
Alaska claimed the top three fishing ports for landings again last year and led all U.S. states in terms of seafood landings and values.  “The Alaska port of Dutch Harbor continued to lead the nation with the highest amount of seafood landings — 761.8 million pounds, 87 percent of which was walle...
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Astronaut in space station answers Kodiak kids questions
What’s the most beautiful sight from space? The Aurora Borealis, commonly referred to as the northern lights, according to astronaut Kjell Lindgren, who answered questions from students around the U.S and Canada including from Kodiak during a live stream on Thursday. Lindgren is currently living ...
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Rotary back to TV after year online
The Kodiak Noon Rotary’s annual telethon is back on TV after a year of streaming the fundraiser online. “We found that the folks that tend to be our main audience, our target audience, tend to not be online as much, so I think we may have lost a few people last year,” said Noon Rotary president-e...
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Kodiak boys search for seventh straight regional title
Last year, Kodiak’s boys swimming and diving team captured the Region III title — their sixth in a row — by a whopping margin of 63 points. The Bears have the potential to top that number this year when the Region III Swimming and Diving Championships begin today in Valdez. “It could be close to ...
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TAPESTRY: Salute to General – Aging pony has endearing reputation in Kodiak
If only we had awards ceremonies for our pets. I’m not talking about showmanship ribbons and trophies doled out at dog shows, state fairs, rodeos and other competitions that reflect on the skills of the animals’ masters. I mean awards that recognize character and disposition of the animals. Gener...
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