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Alumni Update: Anthony ends UAA cross-country career
Dylan Anthony’s terrific cross-country career at the University of Alaska Anchorage ended Saturday in Louisville, Kentucky. Anthony, a Kodiak High School product, finished 60th at the NCAA Division II Cross Country Championships at E.P. Tom Sawyer State Park. Anthony snapped his two-year streak of earning All-American accolades, an honor that goes to the top 40 placers. He placed 23rd as a sophomore and 25th as a ...
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Kodiak Island Births: Dec. 9
Olivia Luciene Julianna Roberts was born at 7:06 p.m. on Friday, Nov. 28, 2014, to Jeremy and Tarran Roberts. She weighed 76 pounds, 5 ounces and measured 19 inches long. Her parents are originally from Ouzinkie and Kodiak and now live in Kodiak. Also welcoming her to the family is Jerin Ray Lyndon Roberts. Proud grandparents are Rhonda, David and Melody Panamarioff of Kodiak and Ouzinkie and Gary and Margaret Rob...
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Garden Gate: How to eat a rainbow
The winter solstice, the official start of winter in the northern hemisphere, is around the corner. To some people, the return of light is a celebration more significant than New Year’s. For others, it’s no time to celebrate, as it’s smack dab in the middle of the shortest, darkest days of the year. But whether you celebrate or struggle, we all need a lift now and then. Let’s look at a few ways to do just that… Pu...
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Underwear thief had more than 100 panties in his room
The man accused of stealing women's underwear from several Kodiak homes had more than 100 pairs of underwear in his room, according to court reporter notes from a Nov. 26 hearing. Ryan Cornelio faces several first-degree burglary charges stemming from a string of incidents that started before he turned 18, in which he is accused of breaking into unoccupied homes and stealing underwear. Cornelio was originally char...
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Outdoor Kodiak: Ducks for Christmas
For many families Christmas translates into at least a week off from work and school between Christmas and New Years. That’s a lot of time at home! In fact it may be the longest holiday of the year for some of us. The rest and family time are certainly welcome, but with the short hours of daylight, it also can turn into a little too much indoor time. You certainly want the family time, but it’s nice to get a break...
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Bristol Bay and the Bering Sea fisheries need protection from offshore drilling
Longstanding Bristol Bay commercial salmon fishermen, Stosh Anderson lives in Kodiak, Alaska and Robert Heyano is a life-long resident of Bristol Bay. There is no match to Alaska’s diverse and productive fisheries. From Southeast to the Bering Sea, we produce half of the U.S. domestic seafood. Fisheries management might be complex but the result is simple: healthy fisheries equal more jobs than any other private s...
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Trident-owned Kodiak Plaza evicts dozens of families
As holiday lights sparkled from homes around her apartment complex, Lorna Co grappled with her gloomy reality: Two men were taking away her Christmas tree from the apartment she called home for many years. They were helping Co move out Saturday after her eviction from Kodiak Plaza. “I just put up my Christmas tree,” she said. “Now I’m taking it down.” Co was not the only person moving out of the apartment complex ...
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Port Lions roars strong 50 years after move from Afognak
Port Lions celebrated 50 years this weekend, the final celebration in a string during the past year, remembering its history since the village moved from its original Afognak location. “We’re trying to make everything focused on people learning about and celebrating and remembering the history of Port Lions,” said Dorinda Kewan, a member of the organizing committee, a few days before the event. City of Port Lions ...
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Public Safety Blotter: Dec. 8
November 20 At 1:39 a.m., a caller reported a bear sighting in the 1200 block of Larch Street. It was gone when police arrived. At 2:26 a.m., police conducted a bar check downtown. At 2:36 a.m., a man on West Marine Way was warned for urinating in public. At 2:45 a.m., police warned a driver on Mission Road about a brake light out. At 3:05 a.m., police responded to a suspicious vehicle on Alimaq Drive. The driver ...
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Pacific halibut stocks rising
The Pacific halibut stock appears to be rising from the ashes and that bodes well for catches in some fishing regions net year. It would turn the tide of a decades-long decline that has caused halibut catches to be slashed by more than 70 percent in Alaska, Washington, Oregon and British Columbia. Three Alaska areas showed improvement in the annual stock surveys that range from Oregon to the Bering Sea, and could ...
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