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Public Safety Blotter: Aug. 19
July 14 At 1:12 a.m., a person reported a suspicious vehicle parked that kept the lights on but no one got out in the 500 block of Mill Bay Road. Police spoke with the driver who was just playing a game on their phone. At 7:38 a.m., a person reported a disabled vehicle in the middle of the road in Bells Flats. It was outside city limits and turned over to the troopers. At 11:17 a.m., a caller said she found damage...
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Word and Deed: Music, sports and spirit
Have nothing to do with godless myths and old wives’ tales; rather train yourself to be godly. 1 Timothy 4:7 It’s the word “train” that I’m focusing on or the phrase “train yourself to be godly.” I have come to appreciate word search. You have a word and then search out the general meaning, then go a little deeper to its original meaning and how it became a part of our daily vocabulary. For example, the word “disc...
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KHS volleyball enters 2016 with revamped roster
The words “play with heart” appear on the back of the 2016 Kodiak volleyball practice shirts. Longtime coach Amy Willis approves the message, and said it is a good motto for her squad that features only two returning varsity players. “I think this team will play with heart,” the 11th-year coach said. “It is not going to be beautiful. I have been teasing them that they are the queens of chaos. They seem to be able ...
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Borough moves on replanting
The Kodiak Island Borough Assembly voted 5-1 to purchase tree saplings for planting in the burned and logged area at Chiniak. The lone vote of opposition was Dennis Symmons. He has said in the past he would prefer the borough look into the potential for development of the land. The contract with Koncor Forest Products is for just over $120,000 for 300,000 Sitka spruce saplings. The borough will put out for bid a c...
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AMAZING NATURE: Forage Fish set the Ocean in Motion
Imagine it is a nice day, the ocean surface is flat and reflects the light from a slightly overcast sky. You are on a boat, around you a handful of nice people, all whispering quiet conversations to each other while excitedly waiting for that unmistakable sound of a surfacing whale. Then someone calls out “there!”. At the same time you see a cloud of steam shoot from the surface of the water into the air with the ...
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Prep Picks: Aiming for a better mark in Week 2
There were a few surprises during the first week of high school football action. Valdez beating Nikiski certainly was a surprise, and was one of the four games I misfired on. Soldotna beating West Anchorage was not a surprise. The Stars pushed their winning streak to an impressive 40 games. I went 10-4 last week and hope to improve this week. Service (1-0) at Kenai (0-1) — Service had to be the surprise of the fir...
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Winter ferry schedule shows gaps in service
The fall and winter 2016-2017 schedule is now open. The Alaska Marine Highway System released the schedule Wednesday. Throughout the winter, Kodiak will see regular service to and from Homer three to four times a week from the Tustumena. Ouzinkie and Port Lions will see about four visits per week both between the respective villages and Kodiak and between the villages and Homer. Entering spring, there are a few ga...
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City mulls meaning of ‘casual sales’
In the second of a series of four presentations to the Kodiak City Council on revenue generation, the city finance director examined a change in city code regarding business licenses and “casual and isolated sales.” Under Kodiak city code, “casual and isolated sales and rentals of personal property, and services not rendered in the regular course of business of the seller” are exempt from the city’s 7 percent sale...
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Act now on timber replant
To the editor, The borough assembly needs to approve the seedling contract with Koncor this Thursday. Wade Waldenbrock, the forest management consultant hired by the assembly, has stated, “The key to success with this reforestation program will be to determine a probable seedling delivery schedule in the near future. This should be followed with preparation of tree planting contract specs. Ideally, a tree planting...
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Alaska State Troopers: Aug. 18
Aug. 10 At approximately 10:30 a.m., a 45-year-old Washington man was contacted near Chignik Bay and issued two citations: one for anchoring more than one end of a seine net and one for failing to have vessel propulsion while operating a seine net. The man was given a court date of Aug. 24 10:30 AM in Naknek Alaska.   Aug. 11 Alaska Wildlife Troopers cited a 57-year-old New Mexico man for making a false statement ...
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