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Track and field: Kodiak boys win eighth Region III title
Eight was Kodiak’s lucky number at the Region III Track and Field Championships.  The Bears boys won eight events that paved the path to their eighth consecutive region title Saturday at Nikiski High School.  Kodiak tallied 168 points to top runner-up Colony by 45 points. The 400-meter run was the only event that did not yield points for the Bears.  “It never gets old. We are thrilled,” Kodiak coach Marcus Dunbar ...
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Peninsula earthquake rattles Kodiak
A mild earthquake Saturday night on the Alaska Peninsula rattled dishes in Kodiak, but that was the extent of the magnitude 4.4 tremblor here. According to the US Geological Survey, the shaker was centered 60 miles beneath Fourpeaked Mountain on the peninsula, or about 70 miles northwest of Kodiak city. The earthquake was felt across the Kodiak archipelago and in Homer and Seldovia, but no damage was reported. In ...
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Boskofsky wins two Region II track titles
Port Lions made a statement at its first Region II Track and Field Championships Saturday at Su Valley High School.  The Kings’ two girls — Raissa Boskofsky and Emma Nelson — tied Kenny Lake for fourth out of 11 teams. The duo accounted for 40 points and only came eight points shy of placing in the top three.  Boskofsky romped to victory in both the 300 hurdles and the high jump.  She won the high jump with a mark...
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City council OKs revision of public records code
Over the objections of those who said it limits public access, the Kodiak City Council approved an ordinance altering the section of city code covering public record preservation. The ordinance, which passed by a 4-2 margin, changes the definitions of "public records" and "city records" to exclude what the ordinance refers to as "reference documents" and "transitory documents." The city clerk's office, which propo...
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State offices move to old Fish and Game building
Correction: The Kodiak Job Center will be providing services in its current location at 305 Center Street on Friday, May 24. Clients can access services in the new location at 211 Mission Road beginning 8 a.m. on Tuesday, May 28. The job center is closed on Monday for the Memorial Day Holiday. Some of Alaska’s state agencies will become Kodiak neighbors as they move into the old Fish and Game building on Mission R...
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Hannah running with confidence
Quick, name the four members of Kodiak’s 3,200-meter relay team who won a state title last season.  The first three are Cole Christiansen, Levi Fried and Jordan Fogle. Those are the easy ones; the fourth is a head scratcher.  Think really hard. Give up?  It’s Clayton Hannah.  Don’t be ashamed; Hannah is a tough one to remember. While Kodiak was winning last year’s Region III Championship meet, Hannah was at the st...
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With no snow forecast, cleanup set to go Saturday
After snow postponed last weekend’s community cleanup, Kodiak is ready for a second try. At 9 a.m. Saturday, volunteers will gather at Kodiak High School to pick up trash bags and assignments for the annual project to spruce up Kodiak. “We normally go unless it’s blowing 40 (knots),” said Kodiak Chamber of Commerce director Trevor Brown. Last weekend, it was three-quarters of an inch of snow, not wind or rain, tha...
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Parks and Rec schedule: May 10-May 17
May 10-May 17 YOUTH SOCCER Saturday, May 4 Soccer Weather Hotline: Please call 486-8669 after 3 p.m. on the assigned game or practice day to receive field and weather updates for that day. Schedule: Following is this week’s schedule; games are preceded by their time and field number. Saturday, May 11 No Practices due to Earth day Triathlon Monday, May 12 Baranof Football Field Micro-1 Girls/Boys 6 p.m. — F-1, The ...
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Kodiak boys in line for eighth Region III track title
There is no reason to believe Kodiak’s boys will not win their eighth consecutive Region III track and field title. The Bears have dominated the competition this season and possess the premier distance runners in the state. Coach Marcus Dunbar isn’t ordering championship shirts just yet; he won’t breathe a sigh of relief until the final event concludes Saturday afternoon at Nikiski High School. On paper, Kodiak ha...
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Kodiak baseball prepares for sprint to the finish
After two weeks of canceled games, the Southcentral Conference baseball season has been condensed into a two-week sprint. That sprint begins this weekend with 10 games involving all eight conference teams.  The Bears play Wasilla and Colony and will make up their games with Homer and Kenai. The Homer and Kenai games were canceled last week due to unplayable field conditions on the Peninsula. Because there are only...
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