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Teacher Spotlight: From coach to P.E. teacher, Rounsaville helps students stay fit
Sports and physical activity have always been a major focus of Darlene Rounsaville’s life, which is why she has taught P.E. for 29 years. Rounsaville grew up in Kodiak and graduated from Kodiak High School. When she was young, she was always involved in sports — she was on the first Kodiak high s...
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Salvager plans to free grounded crabber with blast
Famed marine salvager Dan Magone says explosives are the answer to removing a wrecked crabber off rocks near Unalaska. Last week, Magone, manager of Resolve-Magone Marine Services, told the Dutch Harbor Fisherman that he plans to remove the 102-foot Arctic Hunter by blasting away the rocks holdin...
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State seeks comments on arming VPSOs
The Alaska Department of Public Safety is asking for comments about regulation changes that could allow armed village public safety officers on Kodiak Island and across the state. DPS has submitted a proposal that would allow qualified VPSOs to carry firearms while on duty. While Alaska State Tro...
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Biologists propose sharp increase in pollock quota
Federal biologists are recommending a 30 percent increase in the Gulf of Alaska’s pollock quota next year, according to a new report to be presented at next week’s North Pacific Fishery Council meeting. The Stock Assessment and Fishery Evaluation (SAFE) Report, released each fall, presents biolog...
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Soil and Water proposes community garden
People might soon be able to rent space in a community garden if the Kodiak Soil and Water Conservation District’s plans pan out. The conservation district has proposed developing a community garden on city land and is trying to measure interest. The project, still in its conceptual phase, would ...
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Education: Artist teaches rural students documentary filmmaking
Students in Karluk and Larsen Bay have learned how to make documentary videos through the Artist in Schools program. Marie Acemah spent a week in Karluk and a week in Larsen Bay at the beginning of November and spent two hours each day teaching students how to make a documentary. The students cho...
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Turkey Trot results
Turkey Trot results Thursday, Nov. 28 5-kilometer Female Youth 1. Alexanderia Gier, 21 minutes, 17 seconds; 2. Janny Eng, 22:02; 3. Malina Fagan, 26:22; 4. Alexis Oskolkoff, 28:34; 5. Elizabeth Parnell, 29:46; 6. Hannah Deal, 32:32; 7. Melany Rodriguez, 35:54; 8. Hailey O’Neal, 38:56; 9. Emily Lo...
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Missing presenters slow public process
To the Editor: In the past two months, the Kodiak city and borough fisheries work group questioned if the Kodiak Fisheries Advisory Committee was no longer needed. KFAC is made up of working and fishery administrators more highly involved in the actual federal and state regulatory and management ...
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