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Veterans group looks to link with community
A local group seeks to build camaraderie and boost morale among local veterans while increasing awareness of the unique struggles they face. Kodiak Veterans Outreach formed in January with the goal of hosting at least one event per month for veterans and community members in order to give local v...
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Alaska State Troopers: Aug. 4
July 25 At approximately 1:30 p.m., a 29-year-old North Carolina man was observed and issued a citation for fishing within 300 feet of the Buskin River weir. Bail was set at $110. July 28 Alaska Wildlife Troopers issued $110 bailable citations to a 31-year-old Kodiak man and a 53-year-old Kodiak ...
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Week in Words: Families’ banners honor loved ones in service
Our words of the week are “gold star.” You’ve no doubt heard this phrase to describe the Khan family, an American Muslim family who lost their son and brother, Capt. Humayun Khan, to the war in Iraq in 2004. And now they’ve set the Trump aflame with some goading and baiting. Often, when I hear th...
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Kenai falls in Legion opener
The Alaska American Legion state champions had a rough opening game at the Northwest Regional Tournament. The Kenai Post 20 Twins fell to Kennewick, the Washington state champions, 16-2 in seven innings, Wednesday in Cheyenne, Wyoming. The Twins committed seven errors as the Outlaws raced out to ...
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Derby winner counts blessings
Large fish were in short supply, so the grand prize winner of the 2016 Kodiak Association of Charterboat Operators King Salmon Derby was a 28 1/2-inch fish. Because no fish more than 45 pounds were entered, the three top prizes were awarded by drawing, and Mike Olsen walked away with $5,000. “I k...
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Guest Opinion: Why put in lights you don’t turn on?
Thursday’s borough assembly meeting left one wondering whether he indeed heard what he thought he heard, or merely is suffering from a neurologic disorder. The meeting began with status report (via telephone) from our lobbyist in Washington, D.C. To no one’s surprise, one can expect federal fundi...
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Chiniak replant vote Thursday
What to do with burned land in Chiniak has been the topic of much discussion by the Kodiak Island Borough Assembly, which will vote on a contract for the purchase of seedlings at Thursday’s meeting. The proposed sole-source contract for just more than $120,000 would purchase 300,000 spruce tree s...
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Supporting Relay for Life
The year the Relay for Life began in Kodiak was the year Jessica Swain beat breast cancer. Triumphantly, she walked in that first event in 2008, and she has walked every year since. All these years later, she still tears up when she talks about her battle with the disease. Despite the difficulty,...
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