Bentley Graham Wade was born at 1:34 p.m. on March 5, 2018, to Mark and LaKiesha Wade. He weighed 7 pounds 10 ounces and was 20 inches long. The baby’s father works at USCG Air Station Kodiak. Also welcoming Bentley into the family is big sister Eliana who is just 2 years old.
- Closing arguments heard in Wells retrial
- Wells convicted of murder
- Kodiak man charged with vehicle theft
- Bears breaking into unlocked vehicles
- Larsen Bay man dies in ATV accident
- Parks department pitches $1.8M improvements to ice rink
- High-speed chase in Kodiak
- Wells guilty of double murder
- Second Coast Guard murder trial nears completion
- Fairbanks man dies in single-vehicle accident on the Johansen
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Ecologist, professor emeritus at the University of Alaska Fairbanks and the 2019 recipient of the Volvo Environment Prize, Chapin has built a long and varied career on his study of the Earth’s ecosystems. A true lover of the outdoors, he said a lot of the thinking he does for science happens when he’s out skiing, walking, hiking or the like.
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“Our goal is restoration of lives and stabilization and helping people rejoin the community as contributing members. So often, in our addictions, we take from the community and the hallmark of being a healthy person is being able to give back,” Brado said.
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“It’s not any bicycle with a motor, it’s a low-speed electric bicycle, which means the motor has to be under 750 watts which is 1 horsepower,” Hitchcock said. “E-bikes are really just an assisted technology. We don’t think there are a lot of people hankering to go all 92 miles of the road.”