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New Dig Afognak mess hall dedicated
The Native Village of Afognak dedicated its new mess hall at the Dig Afognak campsite on Saturday to two elders who devoted much time to the camp. Dig Afognak, a series of youth camps focusing on cultural activities during summer, has had separate tents for eating, cooking and storage for years. ...
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ADF&G: Don’t shoot collared elk on Afognak, Raspberry Islands
The Alaska Department of Fish and Game set its sights Sunday on hunters, urging them to freeze their trigger fingers when they see collared elk. The ADF&G, with the cooperation of Natives of Kodiak, Afognak, Ouzinkie, and Koniag Native Corporations, has been collaring elk on Afognak and Raspberry...
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Troopers seek assistance with two thefts
The Alaska State Troopers are seeking any information on the thefts of money, tools and other items from two locations on July 11 and July 17. According to a trooper report, the July 11 theft occurred at a Spruce Cape-area commercial building, in which “several tools were stolen, including three ...
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Kodiak student to build, fly UAVs in Anchorage
Fifty-seven high school students from across Alaska, including Kodiak’s Kristopher Hill-McLaughlin, recently arrived at the University of Alaska Anchorage campus to participate in the Alaska Native Science and Engineering Program Acceleration Academy. During the five-week. all-expenses-paid summe...
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FISH FACTOR: Sockeye salmon run goes from bust to unbelievable
The world’s biggest sockeye salmon run at Bristol Bay went from “bust” to “unbelievable” in one week. Landings last week broke records every day for five days for that time frame, bringing the total sockeye catch to nearly 28 million fish on an unusually long-tailed run — and the reds were still ...
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GARDEN GATE: When is a berry, not a berry?
‘Hello? I said to my iPhone. Nothing. “Hello?” I said a little more insistent, thinking it might be a butt call. “Wait, wait. Don’t hang up, I’m calling from Alitak on a satellite phone.” At that point I shifted gears to a familiar, slower, form of communication. I’d talked on single sideband (SS...
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A day at the dig
With every scrape of the trowel, a dozen college and high school students, interns and volunteers like me dug a little deeper into Alutiiq history. Under a cloudy sky that threatened rain, we dug in Womens Bay along Salonie Creek at an archaeological location known as the Kashevaroff site, named ...
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OFF TO L.A.: Tregarthen to compete at SO World Games
How strong is Brittany Tregarthen? Strong enough to send a punching bag spiraling through the air. That’s exactly what happened during one of her recent training sessions at the Kodiak Athletic Club. “She hits that thing, and it goes flying off the ceiling and lands on the floor,” said Lindsay Kn...
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