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Public Safety Blotter: Jan. 28
Jan. 1 At 12:10 a.m., police warned people in the Birch and Willow streets area for setting off fireworks inside city limits. At 12:21 a.m., police warned people on Powell Avenue for setting off fireworks inside city limits. At 12:33 a.m., police responded to a traffic offense on Selief Lane. The vehicle was moved when police asked. At 1:02 a.m., police arrested a driver on Rezanof Drive East on suspicion of drivi...
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Federal move to block oil drilling another ‘major insult’ to Alaska
To the Editor, Alaska Senate Majority leaders are responding to another federal assault on Alaska’s rights as a state after President Barack Obama announced he will move to block development in 9.8 million acres within the Beaufort and Chukchi seas as part of a new five-year oil and gas leasing program. The president’s latest move to shelve even more our resources shows his indifference and ignorance about the Sta...
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Scout, parents clear 600 pounds of marine debris
Ten Boy Scouts, two Cub Scouts and scout parents removed about 600 pounds of marine debris from the Buskin Beach area on Saturday. The debris-removal project was sponsored by the Boy Scouts of America and supported by Island Trails Network. The project is Boy Scout Wesley Pyle's community service project, one of the requirements before becoming an Eagle Scout. The project aims to remove marine debris pollution and...
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Thomet gets another Navy nomination
Kodiak High School’s Levi Thomet picked up another endorsement for the U.S. Naval Academy last week. The senior was nominated by U.S. Senator Lisa Murkowski for the U.S. Naval Academy in Annapolis, Maryland. Thomet also received a nomination from former Alaska Senator Mark Begich in December. Thomet was one of 57 seniors from around Alaska who Murkowski nominated for U.S. military service academies. “These candida...
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Local Results: Jan. 28
City League Basketball Jan. 22 Island Espresso 74, St. Innocent’s 40 Brandan Pickett 17 points, Juan Ruiz 16, Levi Fried 14, Kalen Willis 13, Leexan Data 6, Leonard Pickett 4 and Brandon Ensley 4 for Island Espresso. Stephen Wood 12 points, John Hartung 12, David Young 6, Alexei Gonopolskiy 2, Jake Snowberger 2, Aidan Hoyle 2, Michael Hunner 2 and Nick Fortuin 2 for St. Innocent’s. D’ Hunters 65, AIB 63 Kristian L...
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NLC RANKINGS: Conference play heats up
With Northern Lights Conference play heating up, teams are starting to separate from the pack. The top three teams in the girls standings — Kodiak, Wasilla and Colony — have a combined record of 25-4, while the bottom three teams — Palmer, Soldotna and Kenai — are 9-22. None of the bottom three teams have conference victories. Kodiak has been ranked first in the NLC Power Rankings the entire season, but that chang...
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Outdoor Kodiak: Planning and dreaming for spring fishing
This could be an exciting year for fishing. Sure we can anticipate more great fishing in the months to come. But I’m talking about the continuing evolution in tackle and fishing methods for Kodiak. Each year I spend the long winter months reflecting on the past season and lessons learned. But I also manage to fish other waters in warmer climates, trying out gear and methods that just might work on Kodiak. On top o...
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Kodiak Island Births: Jan. 27
Olle James Milligan was born at 1 a.m. on Jan. 16, 2015 to Isaac and Emily Milligan. He weighed 8 pounds, 2 ounces and measured 20.5 inches long. His father was originally from Kodiak and his mother was originally from Washington. His parents now live in Kodiak. The baby’s mother works at East Elementary School and his father is a fisherman. Proud grandparents are Mike and Bridget Milligan of Kodiak and Jim and Be...
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Borough adopts KATS plan
The Kodiak Island Borough Assembly adopted a resolution in support of the Kodiak Area Transit System’s transportation plan and confirmed mayoral appointments to two boards at their regular meeting on Thursday. The KATS plan outlines current services, needs and potential projects for the transportation service. Originally passed in 2007, the plan was updated in 2009, borough manager Bud Cassidy said. He said anothe...
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Time to empower, employ next generation of Alaska fishermen
Alaska is one of the most productive commercial fishing economies on the planet. More than five billion pounds of seafood were pulled from the waters surrounding Alaska in 2012. This world-class catch generated $1.7 billion in Alaska ex-vessel value and earned Alaska the title of top U.S. seafood producer. We provide more than 55 percent of U.S. domestic seafood production. That’s nearly four times more seafood th...
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