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Pasagshak closure
The Alaska Department of Fish and Game issued the following announcements on Thursday. Effective 12:01 a.m., Saturday the Pasagshak River drainage is closed to sport fishing for sockeye salmon. The escapement goal for sockeye salmon into the Pasagshak River drainage is 3,000 fish. As of June 29, ...
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Missile Defense returns to launch complex
Alaska Aerospace Corp. and the Missile Defense Agency have sealed the deal on a contract worth up to $80.4 million over six years. On Thursday, MDA announced it had awarded a sole source contract to AAC to support flight tests for the U.S. Army’s Terminal High Altitude Area Defense System. Accord...
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A steep, grueling sidetrip on way to Boise
By DEREK CLARKSTON Mirror Writer For his last race in Alaska before leaving for college, Michael Parnell picked a whooper. The recently-graduated Kodiak High School standout runner is competing in the state’s iconic Fourth of July race, the Mount Marathon Race in Seward. Parnell is entered in the...
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Alutiiq Word of the Week July 1, 2016
TRipiitsaaq Brick TRipiitsaalitaallriit qikumek. They used to make bricks out of clay. Brick making was one of the industries Russian traders established in Alaska to provide essential supplies to colonies far from European supplies. Russian colonists used bricks to build stoves and ovens, and al...
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Local food co-op explored
Someday soon, shoppers could have another option for groceries – one with local products and community ownership. “I think the ultimate goal is a full-service grocery store that has a focus on purchasing locally-grown produce and locally-caught seafood,” said Tyler Kornelis, one of the co-chairs ...
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Police Blotter July 1, 2016
May 10 At 12:26 a.m., police cited a driver in the 200 block of East Rezanof Drive for having no proof of insurance. At 1:05 a.m., police warned a driver in the 1200 block of Mill Bay Road for an unilluminated license plate. At 1:26 a.m., police warned a speeding driver in the 400 block of Thorsh...
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State still rolling over for Big Oil
To the editor: Is Alaska a third world country? I watched a program on how the Congo is ripped off by big multinational mining companies — legally done, in deals made between the multinationals and the government officials. I was reminded of ex-Gov. Parnell’s long, shrill battle to put SB21 in pl...
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Kodiak Tapestry: Madsen travels bumpy road to deaconate
That kid had no business being at the prayer service in the chapel at Monk’s Lagoon on Spruce Island. He was clearly inappropriate, fidgeting with sticks and stones, talking while the overflow on the chapel deck strained to hear what was going on inside. “That kid is always getting into trouble,”...
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