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P/V Stimson docks in Kodiak after 17 years based in Dutch Harbor
The crewmen of Patrol Vessel Stimson may buy a gallon of paint — soon. The largest patrol vessel in the state’s inventory arrived in Kodiak Thursday morning after sailing out of Dutch Harbor on Monday, ending an era for Unalaska and spotlighting budgetary issues facing the state’s Department of P...
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Hautala takes over Kodiak wrestling program
When the Kodiak High School wrestling season starts in late September, a new coach will be in charge. Mike Hautala was appointed head coach in July. It will be the first time in more than two decades that a Costello — Pat or Sean — is not the head coach of one of the state’s oldest high school wr...
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There’s a spiritual solution to busy-ness
Don't you admire people who can take short breaks, stop and smell the roses (or the coffee, which I prefer), and even take power naps? I don't. As a somewhat compulsive person (but trying to recover), I have two speeds: on and off. When I am on, I get a sort of tunnel vision, where the goal is al...
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TAPESTRY: Knagins’ name synonymous with Dig Afognak
When the late Dennis Knagin traveled to the Dig Afognak camp at Qatani Bay on Afognak Island, he was like a horse heading for the barn; the closer he got, the more anxious he was to get there. The Native Village of Afognak camp was a magical haven where he and his wife, Julie, who died last year,...
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Edward Harold DeNoyelles III
Edward Harold DeNoyelles III passed away June 21st in Seattle, Washington. Born to May and Edward DeNoyelles II on May 30, 1953. Ed was a passionate family man, an avid outdoorsman, and staunch advocate for his beloved Kodiak’s Environment, and enthusiastic Santa for Kodiak’s Santa Day. Ed was pr...
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Kodiak’s most densely populated settlement comes back to life through museum’s book
For 600 years, Alutiiq people built their houses at the mouth of salmon-rich Karluk River, creating a massive mound of cultural debris. The site was one of the most densely populated regions of the Kodiak Archipelago. More than 26,000 artifacts were found at this site and Alutiiq Museum archaeolo...
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Quintathlon set for Saturday
The 19th annual Kodiak Bearfoot in the Park Quintathlon begins at 11 a.m. Saturday at Fort Abercrombie State Historical Park. The unique event is a fundraiser for Kodiak High School’s cross-country team. The day begins with a 500-yard Lake Gertrude swim and is followed by a 9.5-mile bike ride to ...
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In the Courts: Aug. 7
Andrew Block pleaded guilty to driving without a license. Block was sentenced to 45 days in jail (45 suspended) and fined $500 ($250 suspended) and ordered to complete 40 hours of community work service and placed on probation for one year. Isaac Bodi pleaded guilty to attempted assault in the fo...
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