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Alaska Science Forum: Crane’s tricky trachea makes loud statement
UAF FARM FIELDS — Gliding in with their wings folded like paper airplanes, nine Canada geese drop their paddle feet and prepare to land in a corner of this cleared plain. On this early fall day, the birds could use an air traffic controller. Their landing zone of barley stalks is clogged with the...
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Healthy Kodiak: Drink up to help keep kidneys well tuned
This summer has been amazing here in Kodiak! The sunny days and mild temperatures have enticed us outside, and even made us hot and sweaty at times! Drinking enough water can be challenging in the heat, since we can lose up to two liters an hour in sweat alone in extreme temperatures or activity....
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Kodiak football remains ranked
Despite losing for the first time this season, Kodiak remained in the Alaska Sports Broadcasting Network football poll. The Bears dropped two spots to No. 5 in the medium-small school rankings following their 35-18 loss to Palmer, Friday at Joe Floyd Track and Field. Kodiak stands at 3-1 overall,...
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ALUMNI ROUNDUP: Barcelon shines in debut
A slew of former Kodiak High School running stars galloped into the 2016 collegiate cross country season over the weekend. North Central University (Minnesota) freshman Raen Barcelon had an immediate impact with her new school. The 2016 Kodiak High School graduate, led her squad with a 10th-place...
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State fair breeds champions with fur, feathers and flowers
How do you raise a prize-winning rabbit? “Give him good food and handle him a lot,” said Oskar Klausner, 12, who took Mystery to a blue-ribbon win at the 2016 Kodiak Rodeo and State Fair. “We have a little house for him and we move it around in the grass so he can eat the grass, and in the winter...
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Guest Opinion: Gasline offers historic opportunity
In the final stages of the trans-Alaska oil pipeline, many quit their jobs prior to the completion because they wanted to be first in line to work on the gasline. Alaska expected construction to begin that quickly. But that was nearly 40 years ago. Efforts to monetize the billions of dollars of s...
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Outdoor Kodiak: Drifting along through September halibut
Turning the calendar page to September is an important event for Kodiak freezers. It signals the downslide to the end of fishing for the year and time for a serious accounting of what’s in your freezer and what’s not. There’s no sense continuing to line your shelves with salmon if you’ve already ...
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Fish Factor: Survey shows drops for big three crab
Bering Sea crabbers were stunned when the outlooks for the upcoming fall and winter fisheries were revealed. Results of the annual summer surveys by state and federal scientists showed that numbers of mature male and females dropped sharply across the board for the big three: opilio (snow crab), ...
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