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Douglas Alston Lohse
Douglas Alston Lohse was born to Herman Douglas Lohse and Lydia (Waln) Lohse on November 26, 1928 in Cordova, Alaska. He passed away in Bothell, Washington on December 28, 2014 after a brief battle with cancer. He was one of four children, Cecil, Shirley and Donna. It was natural that Doug would work the sea and fish. His love was the sea, and could navigate by the stars, a skill he would teach many. He worked in ...
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Outdoor Kodiak: Tune up your trolling
King salmon fishing is hot right now. Just look at the entries in the 2015 KACO king salmon derby! http://www.kodiakaco.com/derbyentry.html Three weeks into the contest the array of smiling anglers is already larger than last year, and the docks echo with rueful accounts of those who fish without derby tickets. King salmon will come within reach of shore in late June or early July, but for now you need to climb on...
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Death Notice: Gary Dale Byers
Gary Dale Byers died on May 23, 2015. Services will be held at the Salvation Army at 3 p.m. on June, 3. For information, call 486-8740.
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KPD warns residents about caller claiming to represent police
The Kodiak Police Department warned local residents Tuesday about a scam involving a caller claiming to be a representative of the police department while asking for payment over the phone to clear up a missed court date. In an advisory sent via email, the department said the scam artist’s caller ID would show a number similar to KPD’s. “It is possible to spoof numbers with a computer so if you receive a call like...
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Public Safety Blotter: May 26
April 19 Around 12:56 a.m., police conducted four bar checks downtown. At 1:26 a.m., police warned a driver on Marine Way to drive with their headlights on. At 1:34 a.m., police warned a driver on Marine Way to drive with their headlights on. At 1:40 a.m., police conducted a bar check downtown. At 2:12 a.m., a suspicious vehicle left the Chichenof Street area when police asked. At 2:35 a.m., police advised a drive...
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Christensen scores at regionals
Port Lions’ Chandra Christiansen picked up four points at the Region II Track and Field Championships that concluded Saturday at Susitna Valley High School. The freshman earned four points with her fourth-place finishes in the 100-meter run and the long jump. She recorded a time of 14.35 seconds in the 100 and had a mark of 12 feet, 10.5 inches in the long jump. Christiansen did not qualify for the small-school st...
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New PKIMC administrator hired
Don Rush’s replacement at Providence Kodiak Island Medical Center has been announced. Barbara Bigelow will be taking the helm of PKIMC as its administrator on August 10. Bigelow has spent the last two years as the administrator of Providence Valdez Medical Center. Prior to that, she worked for PeaceHealth in Ketchikan for approximately 20 years in multiple leadership roles. Bigelow was selected due to her broad-ba...
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Assembly takes stance on navy training, emergency rule on bycatch
The Kodiak Island Borough assembly voted to oppose Navy training in the Gulf of Alaska and voted to send a letter to the North Pacific Fisheries Management Council regarding a fishery closure due to the bycatch limit being reached. Emily Stolarcyk with the Eyak Preservation Council in Cordova joined the Sun’aq Tribe’s Tom Lance to give a presentation to the assembly about the Navy training. Lance said the Sun’aq T...
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FISH FACTOR: Upper Cook Inlet coal mine decision delayed
Alaskans will have to wait until fall to learn if salmon habitat prevails over a coal mine proposed at Upper Cook Inlet. A decision due earlier this month by the state Department of Natural Resources has been delayed until after a public hearing later this summer, said Ed Fogels, DNR Deputy Commissioner. At issue is competing water rights claims filed in 2009 by the Chuitna Citizens Coalition and PacRim Coal of De...
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