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Natural gas projects in the works
I am very excited about Alaska’s prospects for finally getting our natural gas to Alaskans and the world market. We currently have two natural gas pipeline projects in the works – the Alaska Stand Alone Pipeline (ASAP) and the large-volume Alaska LNG project (AK LNG). Only one of these projects will ultimately be built. The ASAP project is 100 percent owned by Alaska and was designed as a small-volume gasline to d...
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State of the Salmon
We are one third of the way through session and tackling some of the larger issues the legislature is facing this year like the operating budget and resource allocation. Fisheries The House Fisheries Committee heard and passed two bills. House Bill 41, “Sport Fishing Services,” raises the cost of sport fish guide licenses to cover the costs of administering and overseeing the sport fish program. This bill was wide...
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Thomet second at Simplot Games
Kodiak’s Levi Thomet recorded one of the fastest indoor 3,200-meter times this season on Saturday in Pocatello, Idaho. The senior finished second at the 37th Simplot Games with a blazing time of 9 minutes, 02.18 seconds — the third fastest turned this season by a high school runner, according to Milesplit.com. Winner Elijah Armstrong of Pocatello High School won the race, and posted the second-fastest time in the ...
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Kodiak hoops split in Juneau
Kodiak’s girls basketball team concluded its weekend swing through the capital city with a split against Juneau-Douglas and Thunder Mountain. On Friday, Kodiak jumped out to an early lead and fended off Juneau, 50-42. On Saturday, the Bears played a strong first half, but couldn’t keep it up, falling 55-31 to Thunder Mountain for the second time in three days. The Bears went 1-2 on their trip to Juneau and head in...
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Playbook: Feb. 23
Monday, Feb. 23 Boys Basketball: Kodiak at Palmer. Varsity, 6:15 p.m. Tuesday, Feb. 24 Boys Basketball: Kodiak at Palmer. Varsity, 5:15 p.m.
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KHS boys basketball travel to Palmer
It will be a busy week for the Kodiak boys basketball team. The Bears will play four Northern Lights Conference games this week, beginning at 6:15 p.m. today at Palmer. Kodiak will play Palmer again at 5 p.m. Tuesday and then will fly home to prepare for Friday and Saturday games against Wasilla. ‘The only thing I don’t like about it is that we only have two days to prepare for Wasilla,” Kodiak coach David Anderso...
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Kodiak man arrested as suspect in Coast Guard assault
State troopers arrested a 51-year-old Kodiak resident Thursday as a suspect in the attack of a civilian employee inside the Coast Guard base. The attack caused serious physical injuries, a sketchy news release issued on Sunday said. The release said that at about 5:48 p.m., Alaska State Troopers received a call from the U.S. Coast Guard Police seeking assistance about an assault investigation on USCG Base Kodiak. ...
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Drug dealers penetrate Kodiak
It’s a scene not often seen in Kodiak: Federal agents and deputized law-enforcement officers, guns drawn, surround a home on Hemlock Street before an entry team with loaded firearms rushes into the living room, kicks open a locked bedroom door and places three men in handcuffs. Saturday morning, Feb. 7, was the homeowner’s birthday. She was cooking, preparing for well-wishers. Her 4-year-old daughter was in the li...
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CHOREOGRAPHED FUN: Player introductions have become entertainment
Salutes. Fist pumps. Elbow bumps. Handshakes. Foot taps. Those are just some of the gestures that basketball players make during pregame introductions, a part of the game that has become choreographed entertainment. The time is gone when a simple a handshake did the job. Now players use the moments before the tip to display their personality in a variety of ways. “I’m not sure what it all means,” Kodiak boys coach...
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Community events: Feb. 20
Send items for inclusion in the Community Calendar to editor@kodiakdailymirror.com or bring them to the Kodiak Daily Mirror office, 1419 Selig St. Today 6 p.m. — “Forrest Gump” at Kodiak Public Library Sunday, Feb. 22 2 p.m. — Pianist Scott Withrow, Kodiak Public Library. Monday, Feb. 23 6 p.m. — Presentation about the Kitchen Gardeners Series, Kodiak community gardens and farmers market, at the Kodiak Public Libr...
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