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Fight racism on an individual level
To the Editor: Racism comes up throughout America’s history and often I wonder if it is still an unspoken issue in our small Kodiak community. While our population is diverse, people still have a hard time adapting to each other, I have witnessed. While attending Kodiak High School, I’ve watched Filipino, Alaska Native, white and Latino students cling to their own ethnicities. Unfortunately, each ethnicity has an ...
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Government should not control a free press
To the Editor: Journalists are under a lot of pressure, and the public puts a lot of blame on journalists and reporters for not always explaining the full truth. The government makes mistakes and doesn’t want citizens to know when they mess up or what they did to mess up. To cover up their mistakes, they only let journalists announce a certain amount of information they have on events or stories. The government se...
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Alaska State Troopers: Dec. 19
Thursday, Dec. 5 At 6:58 p.m., Alaska State Troopers responded to a domestic disturbance at a home on Rezanof Drive. While responding, troopers received a report that one of the men involved left in a vehicle. Investigation revealed the 49-year-old Kodiak man had two outstanding warrants for his arrest for failure to appear regarding an original charge of driving without a valid license and for failure to appear f...
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Achievers: Dec. 19
St. Mary’s is proud to recognize Jackie Garchitorena as its Student of the Trimester. Jackie is an eighth-grade student at St. Mary’s Catholic School. Her parents are Mirama and Joe Garchitorena. She has always strived for the highest grades, but more importantly is regarded by her fellow classmates and her teachers as a kind and respectful person who contributes a great deal to the classroom learning environment....
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Prep hoops: Kodiak girls ranked second
After topping last week’s preseason rankings, Kodiak’s girls basketball team fell a spot in the latest Alaska Basketball Coaches Association poll. Dimond, last year’s state runner-up, claimed the top spot in the rankings released Wednesday. The Lynx have not played. Kodiak dropped to No. 2. The Bears begin their season at 4:30 p.m. today against Eagle River (0-1) at the Lady T-Bird Classic in Anchorage. West Ancho...
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Playbook: Dec. 19
Thursday, Dec. 19 Boys basketball: Kodiak vs. Service at the Service Cougar Tip-Off at Service High School in Anchorage, 7:45 p.m. Girls basketball: Kodiak vs. Eagle River at the Lady T-Bird Classic at East Anchorage High School, 4:30 p.m. Friday, Dec. 20 Boys basketball: Kodiak at the Service Cougar Tip-Off at Service High School in Anchorage. Girls basketball: Kodiak at the Lady T-Bird Classic at East Anchorage ...
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Local Results: Dec. 19
City League Basketball Christmas Tournament Tuesday, Dec. 17 F/V Incentive 68, Channel Side 65 Jemuel Medina 29, Jordan Fogle 23, Ben Kondro 9, Nick Mangini 6 and Ashely Hiner 1 point for F/V Incentive. Adrian Abad 13, Edwin Agbayani 12, Lito Antonio 11, Ryan Cornelio 11, Dominic Barcelon 10 and Junray Abad 8 points for Channel Side. Airstation 79, Nets System 73 Sean Donohue 16, Robert Custer 12, Kyle Jacobs 10, ...
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Kodiak girls return bulk of roster from record-setting team
Expectations are high for a Kodiak girls basketball team that is coming off one of the best seasons in school history. The Bears finished fourth in the state with a 22-8 record, including a program-best 17-0 start. The bulk of that record-setting team is back to make another try for the school’s second girls basketball state championship. The season begins at 4:30 p.m. Thursday against Eagle River in the Lady T-Bi...
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Gulf pollock quota vaults upward in 2014
The North Pacific Fishery Management Council is giving Kodiak fishermen an early Christmas present. At the council's December meeting, which ended Monday in Anchorage, councilors approved a 52,000 metric ton increase in the pollock quota for the Gulf of Alaska. The 2014 pollock quota for much of the Gulf will 162,351 metric tons, compared to 110,272 metric tons this year. The news out of the NPFMC isn't all good f...
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School board approves money for computers and iPads
The Kodiak Island Borough school board has approved half a million dollars for new Apple computers and iPads. The $506,483 approved by the board during a Monday meeting will replace 325 iPads and 352 MacBook Pros owned by the school district. The district had budged $500,000 in the fiscal year 2014 general fund for the replacement of aged instructional devices. At that time, the school board requested the district...
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