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Jerica Nelson makes Seawolves debut
A member of the 2014 undefeated Kodiak girls’ basketball team made her collegiate debut over the weekend in Anchorage, and remained perfect. Jerica Nelson, a freshman guard for the University of Alaska Anchorage, came off the bench in the Seawolves’ victories over Holy Names and Chaminade University at the West Fargo Sports Complex. Counting her time in the Kodiak backcourt, Nelson has been on the winning side in ...
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Public Safety Blotter: Nov. 18
November 1 • At 12:10 a.m., police warned a driver on Mill Bay Road for driving 10 mph under the speed limit. • At 12:18 a.m., police warned a driver on Von Scheele Way for not having a license plate light. • At 12:23 a.m., police conducted a security check on Mill Bay Road. • At 12:28 a.m., police warned a driver on Rezanof Drive for speeding. • At 12:54 a.m., police arrested a man on Rezanof Drive West on suspic...
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Assembly hears about energy
The Kodiak Island Borough assembly received a presentation on the Kodiak Regional Energy Plan from a Southwest Alaska Municipal Conference representative at their Thursday work session. The regional plan is the first step in a planning process that is part of an effort by the Alaska Energy Authority to ultimately reduce the cost of power and dependence on fossil fuels across the state. The plan identified alternat...
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Outdoor Kodiak: Doldrum ducks
The recent heavy rain and warm weather make for challenging duck hunts. There is so much water on the road system, the ducks have lots of places to rest and feed. Add to that all the open water off the road system, and the distant ducks still have no reason to move here. Right now there aren’t all that many ducks on the road system, and they have lots of places to hide from hunters. Should you wait until cold weat...
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Senior Life: Center prepares for Turkey Day
Thanksgiving Dinner at the Center The senior center will be hosting its annual “Seniors Serving Seniors” Thanksgiving dinner at noon Friday, Nov 21st. Kodiak High School seniors will serve their elders that day. This is an event that has gone on in town for more than 30 years and it is a joy to see the students at the center serving and eating a Thanksgiving meal with the town’s elders. On the menu that day will b...
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Thomet second at NXN Northwest
Kodiak runners felt right at home Saturday in Boise, Idaho. Racing on a pack of snow and in sub-freezing temperatures, the Alaska boys state champions finished 11th at the NXN Northwest Regional at Eagle State Island Park. Senior Levi Thomet, ranked 15th in the nation on dyestat.com, led the way for Kodiak, finishing second with a 5-kilometer time of 16 minutes, 21.4 seconds. Thomet was well behind North Spokane’s...
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KHS volleyball fifth at state
Already saddled with a loss before stepping on to the Alaska Airlines Center court, Kodiak’s volleyball team valiantly finished fifth at the 4A state championships. The tournament won’t be remembered for the team’s performance, but rather for how they got to Anchorage. Kodiak’s flight to Anchorage was cancelled because of inclement weather on the island. Instead of flying, players and coaches boarded a ferry to Ho...
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Council approves new skate park ramps
The Kodiak City Council awarded a bid for two new skate park ramps for Baranof Park at Tuesday’s meeting. City Manager Amiée Kniaziowski said the ramps to be purchased will replace the two large ones at the park. The Parks and Recreation Department maintenance crew has rebuilt the small ramps at the park, and the medium-size ramps are not in as bad of shape as the large ones. A three-phase replacement schedule has...
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Public Safety Blotter: Nov. 17
October 31 • Around 2:36 a.m., police conducted two bar checks downtown. • At 3:04 a.m., police conducted a security check on Mill Bay Road. • At 9:57 a.m., on Rezanof Drive West, police arrested a woman on suspicion of misconduct involving a controlled substance in the second degree, misconduct involving a controlled substance in the fourth degree, and two counts of violating conditions of release. A man was arre...
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Wrestlers begin eighth at Nikiski
Kodiak’s wrestling squad opened the 2014-2015 season with an eighth-place finish at the Peninsula Duals Saturday at Nikiski High School. The Bears fell to 3A Bethel, 42-40, in the seventh/eighth-place match. Kodiak started the 16-team tournament with a 67-6 trouncing of Dimond. Kotzebue then bounced Kodiak to the consolation bracket with a 46-32 win. Kodiak beat Homer, 42-36, in its first consolation match then lo...
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