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The 4A wrestling classification has shrunk from 20 teams to 17 teams for the 2014-15 season. Southeast Conference schools Juneau-Douglas, Thunder Mountain and Ketchikan have moved to the 1A/2A/3A classification for this season, that ends in mid-December. That leaves just three classifications at ...
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Pier 1 construction rescheduled
Construction on Kodiak’s Pier 1 has been temporarily suspended to allow the state to get a marine mammal permit from the National Marine Fisheries Service, according to a statement from the Department of Transportation and Public Facilities. Construction should resume next fall and be completed b...
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School Board gets high school update
The Kodiak Island School District Board of Education received a Kodiak High School renovation project update and revised part of the district’s bylaws at Monday’s regular meeting. The district’s director of facilities, Greg Hecker, gave an update on the progress of the Kodiak High School renovati...
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Bernard: No criminal intent in fatal stabbing
Lucien Bernard believes there was no criminal intent involved when a Kodiak man with a history of criminal charges ended up fatally stabbing another with a 12-inch curved knife. Bernard, a disabled Vietnam War veteran who has lived in Kodiak for 20 years, said the two men were part of the Second ...
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Captain charged with DUI after grounding incident
The 134-foot freight landing craft Polar Bear is moored at a downtown Kodiak pier and its captain charged with driving under the influence after a Sunday grounding incident. Edward Dyer, 50, has also been charged with reckless endangerment and fourth-degree assault, according to a news release fr...
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Public Safety Blotter: Nov. 19
November 2 • At 1:27 a.m., a 911 caller reported larceny on Selief Lane. It was a civil matter, and they were advised of their options. • At 1:09 a.m., police conducted a bar check on Shelikof Street. • At 1:20 a.m., police gave a “no bars” advisement to a person who was drunk in public on Center...
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Tahna Lindquist to swim for University of Hawaii
Tahna Lindquist figured signing a National Letter of Intent would be like signing any other document. Turns out she was wrong. “I had this overwhelming feeling that this is it, this is my National Letter of Intent. That is a scary, but an exciting thing,” she said Monday afternoon at the Kodiak C...
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Ferry system delays unaccompanied minor policy changes
The Alaska Marine Highway System announced that their new unaccompanied minor policy originally intended to take effect on Thursday will be delayed. “In reaction to the policy announcement, numerous Alaskans contacted [the Alaska Department of Transportation and Public Facilities] expressing thei...
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