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KHS baseball clinches South Division
Kodiak High School’s baseball team clinched the Southcentral Conference South Division title earlier this week. The Bears sealed up the top spot when Soldotna blanked Kenai, 10-0, in a conference game on Tuesday. Kodiak is 7-1 in the conference, 10-6 overall. The Bears swept the South Division — Kenai, Soldotna and Homer. Every other team in the south has at least three losses. Kodiak will enter the conference tou...
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KHS Soccer club heads to Homer
Kodiak High School’s soccer club will take to the pitch Saturday with four matches on the Kenai Peninsula. Both the girls and boys clubs are playing Seward and Homer in friendly matches at Homer High School. The games are scrimmages, because Kodiak soccer is not a sanctioned sport. This is the first matches of the season for Kodiak’s girls club, while the boys club played two games at Nikiski earlier this season. ...
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Playbook: May 16
Friday, May 16 Softball: Kodiak vs. Service at Baranof Field. Varsity, 3 p.m. and 7 p.m.; junior varsity, 5 p.m. Track: Kodiak at the Region III Championships at Palmer High School. Saturday, May 17 Boys soccer: Kodiak vs. Seward, noon, and Homer, 6 p.m., at Homer High School. Girls soccer: Kodiak vs. Seward, 10 a.m., and Homer, 4 p.m, at Homer High School. Softball: Kodiak vs. Service at Baranof Field. Varsity, 1...
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Kodiak logging debate rolls on
The opposing sides in Kodiak’s timber divide have launched the latest series of salvos on the contentious issue of logging in Chiniak, an issue from which even the Lorax might dodge. Native corporation Leisnoi, Inc., logging on its land there in the past few years with considerable criticism from neighbors and environmentalists, has finally responded to some of its criticisms, although activists wonder whether it ...
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Kodiak celebrates International Migratory Bird Day Saturday
A representative of a non-migratory species will travel to Kodiak Saturday to help celebrate International Migratory Bird Day, Saturday at the Kodiak National Wildlife Refuge Visitor Center. Crawford the raven, a resident at the Alaska Bird Treatment and Learning Center in Anchorage, will appear with handler DeAnne Sabol for an afternoon program. “We almost always bring owls, and owls are not migratory, either,” K...
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Kodiak youth bowlers perform well at state
Hunter Blair picked the perfect time to bowl the best game of his young career. The 13-year-old rolled a 279 that helped him claim the all-events scratch Division 2 state title at the 32nd Alaska USBC Youth State Tournament that concluded April 15 in Wasilla. The official results were released last week. All-events scratch combines pin count from singles, doubles and team events. Blair knocked down a total of 1,83...
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Public Safety Blotter: May 15
Saturday, May 10 • Around 12:56 a.m., five bar checks were conducted downtown. • At 2:03 a.m., a taxi driver reported he was in the police department's parking lot with a passed-out passenger; the person awoke and the taxi took him home. • At 8:03 a.m., a male on Larch Street was arrested for fourth-degree assault. • At 11:23 a.m., officers were unable to catch a loose dog on Hillside Drive. • At 1:44 p.m., police...
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Stage and Screen: Not Simply 'Bad Words' – A Bad Movie As Well
The usually authoritative International Movie Data Base (IMDb.com) has it all wrong when it comes to the 2013 comedy “Bad Words.” IMDb clearly misstates the reality of this mediocre film when it suggests that the film’s stars are Jason Bateman, Katherine Hahn and Alison Janney. While Bateman did have the lead role and directed the film and Hahn played an uninspired role reporter/girlfriend and Allison Janney excel...
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Achievers: May 15
The Elks have announced their Kodiak Middle School students of the third quarter. Seventh-grader Gray Harver is the son of Casey and Lacey Harver. This year, Gray won the Alaska State Geography Bee and he will be representing Alaska in the National Geography Bee in Washington, D.C., on May 18. Gray loves to read and play the saxophone and he also participates in cross-country, wrestling and swimming. Gray would li...
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Special Olympics truck pull photos

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