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Kodiak boys fall to West Anchorage
In last year’s 4A state basketball tournament, Kodiak nearly upset top-seeded West Anchorage in the opening-round. There was no scare of an upset Thursday in the opening-round of the Alaska Airlines Classic. Playing in front of its student body, West Anchorage scored a 77-25 victory over Kodiak, advancing to the semifinals of its own tournament. Kodiak dropped to 2-8 on the season and faces another tough opponent ...
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Playbook: Jan. 16
Friday, Jan. 16 Boys basketball: Kodiak vs. West Anchorage at the Alaska Airlines Classic at West Anchorage High School, 12:30 p.m. Girls basketball: Kodiak vs Palmer at Kodiak High School. C squad, 4 p.m.; junior varsity, 5:30 p.m.; varsity, 7 p.m. Wrestling: Kodiak at the Glenn Vandergaw Invitational at Dimond High School. Saturday, Jan. 17 Boys basketball: Kodiak at the Alaska Airlines Classic at West Anchorage...
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Local Results: Jan. 16
City League Basketball Jan. 14 Camai 72, Airstation 64 Petaia Sega 17 points, Jon Sanchez 12, Jemuel Medina 12, Tommy Johnson 10, Jeff Agmata 10, Marcus Stewart 8 and Ishmael Cortez 3 for Camai. Robert Custer 20 points, Matthew Williams 17, Tim Andrews 16 and Randy Diocares 11 for Airstation. Water of Life A 98, Great AK Flooring 55 Elijah Hiner 35 points, Tony Will 20, Austin Cowley 19, Michael Manifo 16 and Dani...
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Wrestlers head to Dimond
Kodiak High School wrestling heads to the Glen Vandergaw Invitational hoping to build on the momentum gained from last weekend. The Bears produced one of their best showings of the season at the John Tobin Invitational in Fairbanks by placing four wrestlers in the finals — three walked away as champions. Not bad considering only five wrestlers made the trip. “We brought only a handful of kids up there, of course i...
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Kodiak rape suspect pleads guilty to coercion and attempted assault
A Kodiak man accused of rape has pleaded guilty to coercion and attempted assault in the first degree, avoiding trial and sidestepping the possibility that the sexual-assault victim might be required to testify in public, District Attorney Steve Wallace said Wednesday. As a result of the deal, Robert Zoellner Jr., 32, will be sentenced on April 27. He faces up to 15 years in prison, to be served consecutively, wit...
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Public Safety Blotter: Jan. 15
Dec. 26 At 2:11 a.m., police conducted a security check on Mill Bay Road. At 2:22 a.m., police warned a driver on Alimaq Drive about equipment problems. At 9:55 a.m., a caller reported malicious mischief on Mill Bay Road. It’s under investigation. At 10:19 a.m., a caller reported theft. It’s under investigation. At 11:56 a.m., police red-tagged an abandoned vehicle on Von Scheele Way. At 12:13 p.m., after larceny ...
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P&Z struggles finding new hearing venue
After what was by many accounts the biggest turnout for a city or borough meeting in Kodiak history, the Planning and Zoning Commission is struggling to find a bigger venue for hearings on the proposed updates to three sections of the island’s borough code. Almost 70 people testified at Monday’s hearing in the KIB assembly chambers, over the phone and in person before the 11 p.m. end of meeting deadline, and unoff...
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Kodiak’s roads bear brunt of incessant rain
A heavy dose of rain hammered Kodiak during the past couple of months, triggering small landslides, flooding out a road and puncturing asphalt, officials said. The effect is easier to notice on Mill Bay Road, which has deep grooves and even potholes worn into the pavement from the estimated 12,000 trips by vehicle tires on the road per day. Mill Bay Road repairs top the city’s capital improvements program list, a ...
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Bill McGuire takes over KHS football
An injury changed Bill McGuire’s path in football. After a torn ACL and MCL ended his playing days at Montana State University Northern, he traded his helmet for a whistle and has spent the last decade coaching in college and high school. Over Christmas break, McGuire was named Kodiak High School’s varsity head coach. He brings with him a duffle bag of experience. “Some experience,” he said. “A little bit differen...
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Alaska breweries rising to the top of competition
Alaskans like to work hard and play hard — and sometimes there is a market waiting to be tapped where the two overlap. Case in point, Alaska’s thriving small brewing scene: a great example of Alaskan small business success. One of the little known facts about our state’s economic picture is that we currently have 22 licensed breweries making high-quality craft beer, from Sitka to Silver Gulch and I understand ther...
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