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KHS boys soccer ties Wasilla; girls lose
An unfortunate call by the official in the final seconds of Monday’s soccer match against Wasilla, cost Kodiak's boys a chance at victory. In extra time, the Warriors booted in a free kick from 25-yards out that forged a 1-1 draw in a nonconference match at Wasilla. Kodiak coach Eric Waltenbaugh said it was a “bogus call,” but was proud of how his troops dominated the entire match. “The good thing is that this gam...
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Public Safety Blotter: May 3
April 17 At 12:49 a.m., a person reported someone stole items out of the back of their truck in the 1500 block of Mission Road. It’s under investigation. At 1:36 a.m., a man reported his neighbors were fighting in the 1300 block of Mission Road and he heard a woman yell for someone to call the police. Police found it to be a verbal altercation as a man was locked out of residence. He was gone when police arrived, ...
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Fried runs at Drake Relays
Kodiak’s Levi Fried competed at the prestigious Drake Relays Saturday in Des Moines, Iowa. The Black Hills State University freshman ran the anchor leg on the eighth-place 3,200-meter relay. The group, which also included Alec Baldwin, Chris Johnson and Keegan her Many Horses, stopped the clock at 7 minutes, 42.95 seconds in the college race, eight seconds behind winner Indiana Tech. Drake Relays, which started in...
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Study: Fishing accounts for 38 percent of local jobs
A 69-page draft study released last week aims “to measure the role of the seafood industry in the KIB’s economy.” Prepared for the Kodiak Island Borough and the city of Kodiak, the document by the McDowell Group of Anchorage and Juneau uses data from 2014. “Few regions in Alaska are more dependent on the seafood industry than the KIB, yet the industry’s impact specifically on the local economy had not been assesse...
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GARDEN GATE: Reasons to garden from food to fun to health
Why do we garden? A garden means different things to different people. In 1899, gardener, author and English Anglican priest Samuel Reynolds Hole dwelt happily on the subject of his favorite craft by writing: “I asked a schoolboy, in the sweet summertide, ‘What he thought a garden was for?’ and he said, Strawberries. His younger sister suggested Croquet, and the elder Garden-parties. The brother from Oxford made a...
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FISH FACTOR: Sale of test catch to support ADF&G work
In the face of Alaska’s multibillion-dollar budget shortfalls, state policy makers are putting the onus on fishermen to cover the costs of going fishing. “One of the sources we have to offset general fund decreases is increased test fishing. We don’t like to catch fish or crab or anything just to raise money, but in this climate we’re having to look at that long and hard,” said Scott Kelley, director of Commercial...
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Letter to the editor: Residents can make timber deal with KIB
To the editor: Some people think it would be a good idea to harvest the trees killed by the Chiniak fire. Others, namely the people who live out at Chiniak, do not want it logged. In some ways, I can see their point. There is a plethora of wood out behind their houses that would keep then in firewood for the next millennium with a little quiet midnight logging, plus a few trees to log to saw into good lumber plank...
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City advances building to keep compost dry
By JOANN SNODERLY Mirror Writer The Kodiak City Council approved the first reading of a change order that will pave the way for upgrades at the city’s compost facility. A new building “would be used for drying the wood amendments to keep the men out of the weather,” city manager Amiée Kniaziowski said. “The building really does need to keep the wood amendments dry,” she said. “Then, the chance of reusing (the wood...
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Kodiak boys win Homer Invitational
For the second season in a row, the Kodiak boys captured the Homer Invitational. Behind seven first-place finishes, the Bears cruised to the title with 149 points, 60 points ahead of runner-up Anchorage Christian. Kordell Pillans increased his school record in the shot put with a winning toss of 55 feet, 0.50 inches. The senior also won the discus with a mark of 137-01. Senior sprinter Billy Alcaide zoomed to firs...
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Bears grab first conference win
After squandering a late rally in Friday’s series opener against Homer, Kodiak cashed in Saturday. The Bears scored six runs in the sixth inning to grab a 14-10 Southcentral Conference baseball victory at Baranof Field. Kodiak dropped Friday’s game 11-9 in extra innings and now stands at 1-4 in the conference, 2-6 overall. “It’s good for this young group to get that win so they know what it feels like,” Kodiak coa...
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