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Sam Bennett drove in two runs and delievered two singles to lead Kodiak to a 9-7 come-from-behind Southcentral Conference baseball victory over Homer Friday at Homer High School. Down 6-4 in the fifth, Kodiak punched across three runs to take take the lead for good as the Bears remained perfect in conference play (6-0, 8-5 overall). Bennett's single in the fifth brought home courtesy runner Mitchell Kane to give K...
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Thomet bound for Germany
Everybody knows that Levi Thomet is one of the premier distance runners in the nation, but what you probably didn’t know is that he is a world traveler. The Kodiak High School senior has been to far off places like Guatemala, Belise, South Africa, the Caribbean and Amsterdam.  “Being an only child helps. You get to travel a lot more,” Thomet said. He will soon get another stamp in his already full passport. Thomet...
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KHS soccer and softball kicks off road-trip season
Kodiak High School’s soccer and softball teams will be making its first road trips of the season beginning today. The softball team travels to Fairbanks to play Eielson and Hutchison. The Bears play Eielson in a doubleheader today at 6 p.m. and finish the trip with a Saturday doubleheader against Hutchison beginning at noon. Catt has traveled to Fairbanks before with Kodiak’s baseball team, but it will be his firs...
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RELIGION: Scripture, children speak of godly moms
“All that I am or ever hope to be, I owe to my angel mother,” said President Abraham Lincoln. There is strength in motherhood that rivals military, political and industrial power. The character that mother builds on the home front lasts longer than buildings, governments and regimes. Men may boast of their conquests, of their bravery in battle, but if they fall, many a hero has called out for his mother. A mother ...
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CHICK PRIEST: Thankful to find friends, cookies on plane
I have now been to four cities in Alaska after a trip last weekend to Kenai. We drove from Anchorage along the Turnagain Arm road, the Seward Highway, but then I flew back to Anchorage on the last day so I could be back in time for the Sunday service at St. James. As I boarded the first leg of my trip, I was scanning my ticket and looking at the seat letters on the baggage compartment above, not finding an H, only...
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MOUNTAIN VIEWS: Every mother deserves royal treatment
The past week, the world was abuzz with the birth of the newest addition to the British royal family. Princess Charlotte was born.   On the occasion of the royal baby’s birth, social media was abuzz with talk of the glam squad that helped her leave the hospital looking like she had a day at the spa. And then there are the rest of us moms who are rather in awe of the whole scene.  Baby George finally had a sister. ...
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Ididarock race starts Saturday
The inaugural Ididarock — a 45-mile four-wheeler team challenge event — is taking place Saturday. The race begins at 9 a.m. at the Lake Miam trailhead at Mile 29.5 on the Chiniak Highway. Organizer Leonard Martin said as of Thursday afternoon there are seven teams signed up. A few teams have dropped out since the race was officially advertised in March. Martin, and a few of his friends, cooked up the idea for the ...
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More delays to Tustumena’s return to service
The M/V Tustumena will have five more days of sailings cancelled after “necessary additional work” turned up during the annual overhaul, according to the Alaska Department of Transportation and Public Facilities. ADOT&PF communications officer Jeremy Woodrow said a piping issue that was found during the certification process caused the delay. During each overhaul, the ferry is re-certified by the Coast Guard. Duri...
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Man arrested on charges of indecent exposure
A Kodiak man was arrested after he allegedly exposed himself to a teenage girl and stared at her while he performed a lewd act at a store downtown before being chased by the girl’s mother, according to a Kodiak Police Department detective’s affidavit. Samuel Malutin, 30, allegedly was watching the 16-year-old girl through a window as she shopped in a downtown store early Saturday afternoon. “(The girl) told me she...
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Stutes, Stevens to give budget update tonight
Kodiak’s state senator and representative will be in Kodiak to give a legislative update tonight. Sen. Gary Stevens and Rep. Louise Stutes will be at the Kodiak Public Library from 5:30 to 7 p.m. to “present information on the State’s budget,” according to a news release from the Alaska Senate Majority’s office. Stevens represents the entire Kodiak area, including the villages, as well as several communities on th...
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