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Kodiak Island Births: Sept. 20
Kiela Pickett was born at 2:55 a.m. on Sept. 13, 2016, to Catrina and Kori Pickett. She weighed 8 pounds, 15 ounces and was 20.5 inches long. Her parents are originally from American Samoa and Kodiak and now live in Kodiak. The baby’s mother works at Cost Savers, and the baby’s father works at Aq...
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Outdoor Kodiak: Dollies get fatter, stronger, more fun in fall
Sept. 16 was a special day. After six weeks of closure, the upper reaches of road system rivers reopened for salmon fishing. Excited anglers marched happily upriver for the best silver salmon fishing of the year. If this is your first year on Kodiak, you’ll discover something even better. After t...
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Streaks end in final home cross country meet
Two things happened Friday at Fort Abercrombie State Historical Park that hasn’t happened in years — a victory by a Kodiak girl and a loss by a Kodiak boy. Honey Rose Macatuno gave the Kodiak girls their first home cross country victory since 2010 when she crossed the finish line 17 seconds ahead...
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Letter: Columnist runs on wrong page
To the editor: Reading Jared Griffin’s column on words from Sept. 15 makes me think it should be changed to the editorial page. Is this a section to be read and entertained and show us how little of the English language us common folks don’t understand or another platform for the liberal left? Cr...
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Letter: Rep on wrong track with pink salmon aid
To the editor: While I believe our state representative is acting with good intentions regarding the 2016 pink salmon season, I still strongly disagree with her proposal. This proposal goes against the natural order of business. If a business can no longer afford a bad fishing season, then a chan...
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Letter: Hill good for school board, homeowners
To the editor: Elect Julie Cain Hill for school board. I have known Julie for over 35 years as a loyal family friend, wonderful mother of three (all graduates of Kodiak High), a 44-year resident of Kodiak and homeowner. In particular, as a previous school board member myself, I knew Julie as a 34...
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Garden Gate: Carrots can keep if you know the trick
Carrots might be considered the world’s most versatile vegetable, but they haven’t always enjoyed such a charmed reputation. Today we’re going to talk about carrots: How they became orange, how to store and how to eat carrots in ways you might not have considered. In the beginning, carrots were c...
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Fish Factor: Cordova looks to bring back crab fishery
Cordovans hope to revive a long-lost Tanner crab fishery in Prince William Sound as a step towards keeping the town’s waterfront working year-round. The crab fishery produced up to 14 million pounds in the early 1970s and had declined to about 500,000 pounds by the time it was closed after the 19...
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