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Kodiak ESS ends season with loss to Seldovia
Kodiak Emerging Small Schools’ first appearance at the Peninsula Conference Championships ended Thursday morning. The Ravens fell behind early and never recovered in a 56-38 loss to Seldovia in a boys basketball game at Lumen Christi High School in Anchorage. Kodiak ESS ends its season with a 4-6 record after dropping back-to-back tournament games. This was the first time a co-op basketball team has represented th...
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The café at PKIMC: Cheapest lunch in town
Employees at Providence Kodiak Island Medical Center recently hosted an enthusiastic team of some 20 epic visitors. Actually, that should read: Epic visitors. The team was in town to help staff switch to a new method for hospital record keeping, a digital system called Epic. I may be the only non-PKIMC employee in town who was told my life would be changed by Epic. I suppose this has something to do with the fact ...
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Patterson adjusts to Alaska hoops
New to Kodiak last May, Holly Patterson had second thoughts about trying out for basketball. It took some convincing from her mom to play her senior year in a different environment than what she grew accustomed to while living in Idaho. “I wanted my senior year, I’m just bummed that I didn’t get to have it with all the girls that I played basketball with since middle school,” Patterson said. “But, it is cool to ha...
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Public Safety Blotter: March 1
Saturday, Feb. 23 • At 6:51 a.m., an officer observed people in a vehicle acting suspiciously. A woman in the vehicle was arrested on two outstanding warrants. • At 10:58 a.m., a landlord reported a woman was causing a disturbance. It was a civil issue, and the landlord was advised to comply with laws concerning eviction. • At 1:44 p.m., a woman on probation was found to be in violation of her conditions of releas...
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Aerospace board meets in Juneau
With no launches until 2014 at the earliest, the Alaska Aerospace Corporation is in a “valley,” its administrators said Thursday, and will continue to rely on state subsidies to stay running. In a Juneau meeting of the state-owned corporation’s board of directors, chief executive officer Craig Campbell and chief operating officer Mark Greby said they’re working on a new marketing strategy and trying to diversify t...
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In the courts: March 1
Dismissals • Charges of third-degree criminal mischief, furnishing alcohol to a minor, second-degree theft, and three counts of issuing a bad check against Logan Mosquito, 22, were dismissed Dec. 10. • Charges of disorderly conduct, unlawful abandonment, and violating conditions of release against Ronald Singleton, 60, were dismissed Jan. 16. • Charges of first-degree robbery, third-degree theft, violating a prote...
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Rasmuson Foundation hands out money to various charities
The Rasmuson Foundation has awarded $47,150 to two nonprofits in Kodiak for building renovations and repairs as part of the Tier 1 grant program. The Tier 1 program awards grants of up to $25,000 for capital projects, technology upgrades, building projects and new programs to nonprofits in Alaska. The Marion Center received $22,871 and the Alutiiq Heritage Foundation received $24,279. Alan Schmitt, president of th...
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City council confirms landfill site for composting plant
Over objections from composting opponents, the Kodiak City Council formally voted to pursue a sludge composting plant on the site of the Kodiak Island Borough landfill. The vote follows a lengthy site selection process in which the city abandoned plans for a plant in Middle Bay after area residents protested. Sludge is the byproduct of the city's wastewater treatment plant, and an expansion project at the landfill...
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Ella Mae Warren
Longtime Alaska resident Ella Mae Warren passed away of natural causes at age 84 on Wednesday, Feb. 6 in Kent, Wash. Ella is survived by her loving husband, John G Warren, and her children: Gary Brumage, John Warren, Jennifer Livermore and Jeff Warren. She also left behind five grandchildren: Brittany Cotter, Carson Warren, Branden Livermore, Christine Sofieh, JW Bampton, and five great-grandchildren: Warren Cotte...
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Kodiak ladies part of revival fire in the north
The Arctic tundra is ablaze with spiritual renewal, ignited by zealous women who carry a burning love for God and a desire to liberate those enslaved by addiction, abuse, guilt and a myriad of other woes. Some of the women in this spiritual movement, known as Tundra Fires, had been caught up in destructive lifestyles themselves. Like the mythical phoenix rising from the ashes of death, they rose above their enslav...
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