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Two charged with dozens of felonies in burglaries, gun thefts
The Alaska State Troopers have caught the men allegedly responsible for a string of burglaries and firearm thefts , according to a release. A grand jury indicted Shay Monkiewics, 20, and Justin Isadore, 18, on Feb. 8 on more than two dozen counts apiece of burglary in the first degree, theft in t...
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Local mermaid tale hits the stage
If you take a boat to Buoy 4 and make the turn around Spruce Cape to head toward Ouzinkie, you’ll reach Hanin Rocks, and you just might be able to hear a mermaid sing. Andy Olzos based his radio play “The Mermaid of Hanin Rocks” off this legend, which the Fairwind Players bring to the stage in Ko...
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Council more certain on fish analyst
The Kodiak City Council tackled a number of issues in a Tuesday evening work session, including renewal of the fisheries analyst contract and the borough’s proposed zoning changes for accessory dwelling units. The two-year contract with fisheries analyst McCarty and Associates expired Feb. 6. The...
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Alaska State Troopers: Feb. 11
Feb. 2 At approximately 6 p.m., an anonymous caller contacted the Alaska State Troopers and reported 31-year old Kodiak man had an outstanding warrant and was in a house on Mill Bay Rd. A review of the Alaska Public Safety Information Network revealed the man had an outstanding warrant for failur...
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Coast Guard rescues injured crewmen
Kodiak-based Coast Guard members removed two injured men from a cargo ship on Tuesday. According to a Coast Guard release, the Cemtex Venture called for a medevac after a 32-year-old crewman and a 28-year-old crewman fell and were injured during rough weather. The cargo ship changed direction to ...
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Kaune competes at USBC Masters
A former Kodiak High School student is competing with the best bowlers in the word at the USBC Masters in Indianapolis, Indiana. Two rounds into the competition — 10 games — and Jacques Kaune is 186th out of 420 bowlers. After today’s final round, the field gets trimmed to 64 bowlers. The final 6...
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Word of the Week: Caucuses enshrine beer in politics
The word of the week just might be one of the most unique words in the American language: caucus. On the national scene, the presidential race is going through its “caucus” phase, as state political parties determine which candidate their delegates are expected to vote for at the party convention...
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Lauilo Scanlan Poua
Seventh-Day Adventist pastor Lauilo Scanlan Poua peacefully took his last breath in the late evening on Saturday, Jan. 23, 2016, at 10:15 p.m. in the Intensive Care Unit at Anchorage Providence Hospital. He was surrounded and comforted by his loving wife, Enike Poua, friends, families, youth and ...
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