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An archaeologist’s field guide to coffee cans
The year is 1905. You are a prospector in Alaska relaxing in your cabin after a chilly ...
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Outdoor Kodiak: Are you ready for silver salmon?
The recent pattern of heavy rainfall and swollen rivers couldn’t have been timed any be...
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Fish Factor: Russia's ban hurts Alaska
Seafood is by far Alaska’s top export and as it heads overseas, global politics play a ...
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Letter to the editor: Glyphosate is harmful for humans and wildlife
To the Editor, Gallon after gallon of Glyphosate (the active ingredient in Roundup) is ...
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To the editor: No more apologizing
To the Editor, There is too much “apologizing “ going on in Washington D.C.wrong doings...
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Letter to the Editor: Walker is a team player
I first met Rich Walker when he and I both volunteered diligently on Alan Austerman’s f...
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A barge floats near the end of Kodiak’s Pier 3 Monday afternoon during work to replace the aging cargo facility. According to the harbormaster’s office, more than 25,000 tons of rock — about a quarter of the projected total — has already been moved to the site from quarries on Near Island and at Shakmanof Cove. The current facility will stay in operation during the construction project, slated for completion around June 2015.
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A barge floats near the end of Kodiak’s Pier 3 Monday afternoon during work to replace the aging cargo facility. According to the harbormaster’s office, more than 25,000 tons of rock — about a quarter of the projected total — has already been moved to the site from quarries on Near Island and at Shakmanof Cove. The current facility will stay in operation during the construction project, slated for completion around June 2015. Drew Herman photo
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