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Express your concerns about wasteful bycatch
For 20 years the trawlers have had free rein to harvest their targeted species regardless of the amount of bycatch involved. That bycatch is thrown back overboard and effectively killed. Last year alone, Bering Sea trawlers killed seven times more halibut than licensed halibut fisherman were even allowed to catch. The North Pacific Fishery Management Council designed a halibut Individual Fishing Quota fishery, and...
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Alaska State Troopers: May 21
May 1 At 10:37 p.m., a Kodiak man reported that his HTC One cell phone worth $600 was stolen from his residence on Spruce Cape Road sometime in the last week and it was not activated and did not have a SIM card at the time. The investigation continues, and anyone with information is asked to call the troopers at 486-3113 or Crime Stoppers at 486-4121. May 8 At 11:40 p.m., Alaska State Troopers stopped a truck on S...
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KHS baseball travels to the Valley
Over the next three days Kodiak baseball will play the top two teams in the Southcentral Conference North Division. Having already claimed the South Division title, Kodiak coach James Arnold is still looking to make a statement against Wasilla and Colony, two teams that have a combined conference record of 15-2. “We are going to compete with them. I think that we can send a message to let them know just how good t...
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Stage and Screen: Crowe at his best in 'The Water Diviner'
“The Water Diviner” (2015) is worth seeing for the story it tells and the back-story that it suggests but does not tell. The story that is told is interesting, touching and violent. The film opens on a WWI battlefield with a Turkish officer giving his entrenched charges the order to leave the trench and attack the enemy on the Gallipoli Peninsula of Turkey. The First World War was a trench warfare disaster that co...
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Softball entertains Dimond
After traveling the past two weeks, Kodiak’s softball team finishes the regular season at home. The Bears entertain large-school Dimond Friday and Saturday and Soldotna May 29-30, at East Addition Park. “It is going to be nice not to have to worry about traveling,” Kodiak coach Sam Catt said. “It is nice to be here for Crab Fest weekend, something that we normally don’t get to do.” Dimond, out of the Cook Inlet Co...
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How much do you really know about Kodiak?
The second annual Discover Kodiak scavenger hunt starts today, giving residents fun ways to explore the different pieces that make up their community. Chastity McCarthy, Discover Kodiak’s executive director, said the hunt originated from the transition of Crab Festival vendors last year, which presented Discover Kodiak with the opportunity to host an event to get the community more involved with the organization —...
May 21, 2015 | 0 0 comments | 10 10 recommendations | email to a friend
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Playbook: May 21
Thursday, May 21 Baseball: Kodiak at Wasilla. Junior varsity, 4 p.m.; varsity, 7 p.m. Soccer: Kodiak vs. Colony at the Northern Lights Conference Championships at Colony High School, 1 p.m. Friday, May 22 Baseball: Kodiak vs. Wasilla, 3 p.m., and Colony, 6 p.m. at Hermon Brothers Field in Palmer. Soccer: Kodiak at the Northern Lights Conference Championships at Colony/Palmer high schools. Softball: Kodiak vs. Dimo...
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Robert Foy appointed to School Board
The Kodiak Island Borough School District Board of Education appointed Robert Foy to fill a vacancy at their Monday meeting. The board selected Foy after holding interviews with him and two other candidates: Tracy Chandler and Jeffrey Stewart. Foy has a daughter who went to elementary, middle and high school in Kodiak, a third-grade son and a daughter who will be in pre-school next year. “I’ve got a lot of interes...
May 20, 2015 | 0 0 comments | 13 13 recommendations | email to a friend
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Discovering remnants of Kodiak’s World War II structures
With the last U.S. World War I veteran passing in 2011, living memories of World War II are rapidly fading. Soon, just the physical remains of the conflict will be left behind. Kodiak is home to an astounding number of structures built during World War II. Reports indicate that $17 million dollars was spent in the construction of Kodiak’s bases. That is approximately $244 million in today’s dollars. We see evidenc...
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Stabbing suspect pleads guilty to single charge
The man who stabbed his roommate last fall pleaded guilty to a single charge of criminally negligent homicide on Tuesday. Teila Tofelogo, 45, stabbed Dennis Fathke, 59, while both were living in a local home while participating in a local program called Second Chance for Men. According to a police affidavit, Tofelogo and Fathke were joking while Tofelogo showed off “ninja moves” with a 12-inch curved knife while F...
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