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Police blotter Feb. 21
Wednesday, Feb. 19 • At 12:30 a.m., a caller reported a male sleeping on Mill Bay Road. The man was gone on arrival. • Around 12:58 p.m., two bar checks were conducted downtown. • At 2:44 a.m., a caller reported an intoxicated male standing outside of a building on Thorsheim/Cedar and was concern...
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Kodiak boys travel to Juneau
David Anderson is ready to take a break from playing teams in the Northern Lights Conference. Kodiak’s boys basketball team went 4-2 during a six-game in nine-day span that concluded with a loss to Soldotna last Saturday. The fourth-year coach gets his break when the Bears travel to the Capital C...
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Bigger wall to protect road from falling rocks at “the dip”
A bigger barrier between Rezanof Drive and basketball-sized boulders from the Pillar Mountain rockslide area will go up in 2015. “The dip,” or the area between City Pier 2 and City Pier 3 on Rezanof Drive West has long been a hazard for motorists. The mountainside was mined for rocks for construc...
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Stage and Screen: 'The Other Son' — A Microcosm of Middle-East Misconceptions
“The Other Son” - A Microcosm of Middle-East Misconceptions Joseph Silberg is an Israeli teenager in the process of a pro forma pre-induction physical exam for the IDF (Israel Defense Force.) One step in the process is an everyday blood draw and analysis. At this point the “routine” examination m...
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NLC rankings: Kodiak remains on top
Kodiak’s girls basketball team clinched the Northern Lights Conference’s No. 1 seed for the regional tournament with its victory over Colony on Tuesday. With the No. 1 seed comes a first-round bye and a direct path to a Friday semifinal game. Kodiak coach Amy Fogle said the team earned the top sp...
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New book keeps local family name alive
Although the A. Holmes Johnson Library has given way to the new Kodiak Public Library, a forthcoming book promises to keep the prominent Kodiak name alive. Author Dr. Robert Johnson, known locally as “Dr. Bob,” expects to see printed copies of “Alaska Frontier Surgeon” arrive from the publisher a...
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Agreement for Connecticut Coast Guard museum signed
Coast Guard and local officials in Connecticut signed an agreement Wednesday in support of establishing a National Coast Guard museum in the town of New London, Conn. The National Coast Guard Museum Association is a nonprofit association working to open a Coast Guard museum of the town of about 2...
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Public Safety Blotter: Feb. 20
Tuesday, Feb. 18 • Around 1:19 a.m., two bar checks were conducted downtown. • At 6:25 a.m., a 911 caller reported suspicious circumstances on Erskine Ave. All was OK. • At 8:55 a.m., a caller requested a welfare check on Mill Bay Road. A male left upon request. • At 9:16 a.m., a caller reported ...
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