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Knowledge is precious
To the Editor, Has anyone else noticed that our salmon berries look deformed? A friend mentioned this. In fact, the last time I picked enough for a snack, I wondered, “Is this the last time?” At our annual picnic, a fisherman from Quzinke, said that about 80 percent of the salmon berries looked l...
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Election time brings out the best in people
To Editor: Thank you. First for printing the letters. It’s like old times again. With elections coming up, words will be full of fire. That’s the way it should be for a Free American. Freedom of speech. Article No. 1 also gives people ideas they have not thought about plus opinions. The opinions ...
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Legislators weigh in on oil tax referendum
The discussion around oil tax reform and Ballot Measure 1 has benefitted from many informed and passionate voices from across the state. As women who serve in the Legislature and who voted for the bill that created our new tax policy, we want to lend a unique perspective on why we voted to pass S...
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Austerman values all people
To the Editor: I was born and raised in Kodiak and Afognak. I am the eldest of eight children of the late Pete and Nina Olsen, six of us still reside in Kodiak along with our children and grandchildren. Our extended family is in Cordova. I’m writing this letter in support of Carol Austerman who i...
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Begich visits Kodiak and opens temporary office
Senator Mark Begich, who is running for re-election, visited Kodiak on Wednesday to meet with local groups and open a campaign office that will stay for the rest of the election season. The office, located on 202 Center Avenue, has two small rooms, and more than 40 people crowded into it to hear ...
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Troopers and police chase down stolen vehicle
A woman stole a running vehicle and took off with police and troopers chasing on Wednesday morning. A Facebook post from a joint account with the name Dottie N Curtis Howell said the truck belonged to Curtis Howell and he had left it running while dropping their daughters off at the Kodiak Baptis...
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State legion champs begin regional play
South Anchorage Post 4 got into the Alaska State American Legion baseball tournament by beating Kodiak Post 17 on the final day of the regular season. As the No. 8 seed, South went undefeated at the state tournament and won the title with a 6-0 victory over Dimond. Today, Post 4 represents Alaska...
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C.G. Cutter MUNRO returns to Kodiak
Coast Guard Cutter MUNRO recently returned to Kodiak following a 103 day deployment in which the ship travelled over 10,000 miles. MUNRO departed Kodiak in mid-April to embark on a Central Pacific patrol, an intensive training period, and a maintenance period in Honolulu, Hawaii. Working for Coas...
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