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Public Safety Blotter: May 4
April 18 At 3:11 a.m., a man reported he was punched in the head and had a bloody nose, but refused any medical help. It was mutual combat and no one wanted to press charges. At 6:26 a.m., police cited a driver on Jack Hinkel Way for having no proof of insurance. At 10:35 p.m., a man reported his...
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Kodiak wrestling takes five titles at state
The Kodiak Kid Wrestling Club snagged five state titles at the Alaska USA State Championships, over the weekend in Wasilla. Truxton Troxell accounted for three of Kodiak’s gold medals, winning freestyle, Greco Roman and folkstyle titles in the 190-pound schoolboy/schoolgirl division. Troxell went...
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KHS girls finish soccer season
The Kodiak girls’ soccer team likely finished its season with a 3-0 nonconference loss to Palmer, Tuesday at Palmer High School. The Bears finished their second varsity campaign with a 0-10 overall record, 0-4 in the Northern Lights Conference South Division. Kodiak could still notch the program’...
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ALASKA SCIENCE FORUM: Calling wood frogs signal change of season
NEAR BALLAINE LAKE — Over the blat of engines and hum of tires on nearby Farmers Loop, Mark Spangler hears the chuckles of the animal he is studying. Male wood frogs in a one-acre pond on the campus of the Univer-sity of Alaska Fairbanks are singing a song of spring. The mating calls of several f...
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Salty, crunchy, spicy, tangy …
More than two dozen processors joined at the Kodiak Seafood and Marine Science Center last week to learn all about processing roe or fish eggs. Participants got hands-on with pollock, cod and salmon roe, learning how to work with and prepare the roe and then mix it with ingredients like mayonnais...
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Citizen science meets 1912 ash
Kodiak residents are being urged to become “citizen scientists,” collecting ash from the Novarupta-Katmai eruption in resuspension events and submitting samples to the U.S. Geological Survey for evaluation by geologists. In a presentation at the Kodiak National Wildlife Refuge Visitor’s Center on...
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Reporter's Notebook: Weather Challenge
I hate running. A friend recently told me that running is a great way to be alone with your thoughts. I guess I can agree, if those thoughts are about my aching knees or how great it’s going to be when I finally stop running. When I heard about the Challenge the Rock 5-kilometer obstacle course, ...
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OUTDOOR KODIAK: No need to snag reds or fight big crowds
It’s hard to guess what will happen with the fishing this year. The herring have spawned early in many areas, and as I reported last week, I’m seeing Dolly Varden in the ocean earlier than ever. Is there a chance we’ll see changes in the timing of salmon runs? Specifically, will the red run start...
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