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Court of Appeals rejects man’s claim Constitution allows him to homebrew
The State Court of Appeals has agreed with a Superior Court’s ruling dismissing an Alaska resident’s claim that his constitutional right to privacy entitled him to manufacture a small amount of homebrew for personal use in his house. Allen E. Hunter was charged by indictment with one count of ill...
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Kodiak Island Births: Aug. 18
Margaret Bernice Kewan was born at 7:21 p.m. on Aug. 8, 2015 to Sharmaine Kewan. She weighed 7 pounds and 12 ounces and measured 19.5 inches. Her parents are originally from Port Lions. The baby’s mother works at Native Village of Port Lions. She’s the first child. Grandparents are Donald Sr. and...
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Let’s reflect on Kodiak’s priorities
Back in my college years, I had a college economics professor whose favorite saying was “what do you want — guns or butter?” If you have limited resources and unlimited demand for goods and services then logic dictates that you determine priorities and concentrate those limited resources on those...
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DERBY CHAMP: 3-year-old bests 131 anglers
She caught a pink and went home with a green. Delyna Froehlich hooked a salmon that weighed 5 pounds and 11 ounces, winning the Kodiak Kids Pink Salmon Derby on Saturday, organizers said. Nothing newsworthy about that, except that she’s not even 3 years old yet, organizers said, describing her fi...
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Kodiak rallies past Nikiski
A thrilling final 35 seconds made Bill McGuire a winner in his debut game as Kodiak’s head coach. The Bears scored a pair of touchdowns in the closing seconds to rally past Nikiski, 25-15, in a nonconference football game on a rainy Saturday at Nikiski. Less than a minute after Nikiski grabbed th...
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GARDEN GATE: When things don’t grow as planned
My attempt to grow bush-type zucchini plants in the greenhouse produced a total of three squash. Oh, there were plenty of flowers that received the bliss of pollination, but within days, the flower end of the “fruits” developed a bruise. Then the bruise grew into a brown and moldy mass. Yuck. Cha...
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Alumni Run Results
Boys Kodiak 25, Alumni 30 1. Michael Parnell, Kod, 16 minutes, 54 seconds; 2. Levi Fried, Alumni, 17:20; 3. Curtis Mortenson, Alumni, 17:22; 4. Keith Osowski, Kod, 17:38; 5. Jack Hannah, Kod, 17:42; 6. Richie McKinney, Kod, 18:04; 7. Stig Yngve, Alumni, 18:13; 8. Chaven Davidson, Alumni, 18:24; 9...
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Kodiak’s sockeye catches lackluster
Alaska’s salmon season so far has been characterized by ups and downs, and it will be a stretch for the total catch to make the forecasted 221 million fish. “It just depends on how these late returning pink salmon at Prince William Sound performs, and whether or not pinks pick up at Southeast. It...
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