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Pasagshak closure
The Alaska Department of Fish and Game issued the following announcements on Thursday. Effective 12:01 a.m., Saturday the Pasagshak River drainage is closed to sport fishing for sockeye salmon. The escapement goal for sockeye salmon into the Pasagshak River drainage is 3,000 fish. As of June 29, the weir count was 373 sockeye salmon. Based on historical run timing, the department is projecting that the escapement ...
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A steep, grueling sidetrip on way to Boise
By DEREK CLARKSTON Mirror Writer For his last race in Alaska before leaving for college, Michael Parnell picked a whooper. The recently-graduated Kodiak High School standout runner is competing in the state’s iconic Fourth of July race, the Mount Marathon Race in Seward. Parnell is entered in the junior division race, which is half of the adult’s 3.1-mile, 3,022-foot elevation journey. “It definitely will be the r...
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Local food co-op explored
Someday soon, shoppers could have another option for groceries – one with local products and community ownership. “I think the ultimate goal is a full-service grocery store that has a focus on purchasing locally-grown produce and locally-caught seafood,” said Tyler Kornelis, one of the co-chairs of the initiative. “It would have to be supplemented from off island and outside Alaska as well. We would have to purcha...
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Post 17 takes Eagle River to extra innings
A spirited rally came up short for Post 17 on Wednesday. Kodiak rallied from a 10-run deficit to take a lead into the ninth inning, but ended up losing 20-19 in 10 innings to Eagle River in an American Legion baseball game at Loretta French Field in Chugiak. In a game that lasted four hours, the two National Division teams combined for 39 runs and 40 hits — 26 for the Wolves and 14 for the Bears. Mitchell Kane and...
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Mountain Views: Gentle forces
A little over a month ago, in a window seat of the back row on a RAVN flight, I sobbed as I looked out on the ocean below. The passenger next to me, someone new to me, put his hand on my shoulder out of concern. Earlier that morning, my mom had passed away in Anchorage and I was on my way home to Kodiak. The gentleman told me he understood my grief, as he had lost his son a year prior. He showed me the silver plat...
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Kodiak Tapestry: Madsen travels bumpy road to deaconate
That kid had no business being at the prayer service in the chapel at Monk’s Lagoon on Spruce Island. He was clearly inappropriate, fidgeting with sticks and stones, talking while the overflow on the chapel deck strained to hear what was going on inside. “That kid is always getting into trouble,” someone remarked. It was nothing serious, really. Just harmless rascality. But as he grew older, this mischievous kid g...
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Achievers July 1, 2016
Grab your partner and dance the afternoon away at Kodiak Teen Center. In celebration of life’s movements and your dreams, the Kodiak Public Library and Kodiak Teen Center are proud to co-sponsor the Dare to Dream family dance. Dance groups from around Kodiak will be also be attending and performing at this fun and free family event. This program is brought to you by the Kodiak Public Library.
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Three arrested on drug charges during burglary investigation
The Kodiak Police Department arrested three people Tuesday on drug charges during an investigation into a string of burglaries committed earlier this month. Elizabeth O’Neill, 21, Mathew Reid, 26, and Richard Rozelle, 26, each face a charge of misconduct involving a controlled substance in the fourth degree, according to a KPD release. Kodiak police chief Ronda Wallace said the police continue to investigate a str...
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Local business applies for pot sales
A Kodiak resident has initiated an application with the state’s Marijuana Control Board for a retail business under the name Pure Bliss Kannabis. While the application lists a Shelikof Street address, applicant George Holloway said the location for the business is still unknown. He hopes to have it downtown, but is reluctant to enter into a lease before the city finalizes local regulations for the industry. In May...
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Nonprofit works for future of fisheries lab
A group of fishing industry and local leaders have formed a nonprofit seeking to preserve the Kodiak Seafood and Marine Science Center. The future of the University of Alaska Fairbanks School of Fisheries and Ocean Sciences facility, formerly known as the Fishery Industrial Technology Center, was thrown into doubt with the state’s current tight budget situation. Organizers hope the new nonprofit, named the Alaska ...
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