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Falling tree knocks out power
An errant tree trimmer caused a brief power outage Sunday in east Kodiak. According to the Kodiak Electric Association, a Lake View Drive homeowner was cutting down a tree when it fell on power lines. The homeowner, who has not been identified, immediately called KEA to report the accident. The falling tree knocked out power to much of east Kodiak, including Woodland Drive and Rasmussen’s Trailer Park, KEA spokesw...
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Alumni update: Former KHS swimmers compete over the weekend
Former Kodiak High School swimming stars Jori Lindquist, Laura Griffing and Celeste Beck-Goodell all competed in collegiate meets Saturday. Jori Lindquist, a freshman at Northern Arizona University, placed fourth in the 200-yard backstroke with a time of 2 minutes, 9.33 seconds in an exhibition meet against Grand Canyon University and New Mexico State in Phoenix, Ariz. Lindquist added a sixth in the 50 freestyle i...
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Public Safety Blotter: Jan. 28
Monday, Jan. 20 • At 1:58 a.m., on officer removed debris from Oak/Hillside. • At 2:08 a.m., an officer removed debris from Larch Street. • At 2:19 a.m., an officer investigated a suspicious vehicle on E. Rezanof Drive. All OK. • At 3:36 a.m., a caller requested a health and safety check on Selif Lane. All OK. • At 11:08 a.m., a caller reported a loose don on Mill Bay Road; patrol advised. • At 11:45 a.m., a calle...
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Outdoor Kodiak: Snowshoe hare the hard way
With the close of the waterfowl season last week, we lose yet another opportunity to be outdoors. Things might seem a little bleak for dedicated hunters or anyone else who simply wants to get outdoors. Fortunately, there’s no closed season on snowshoe hare. If you can’t think of anything else to do outdoors, you can always mount a hunt. But what about all the rain Kodiak has been enduring this winter? There’s noth...
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Fish Factor: Potential setnet ban apposed by fishing groups
A measure to ban salmon set-netting is being kept afloat by backers. The ban would cover the Anchorage area, much of the Kenai Peninsula, Valdez and Juneau. It would completely eliminate Cook Inlet set-netting and affect roughly 500 fishing families in all. Two weeks ago, Lt. Gov. Mead Treadwell turned down a 2016 ballot initiative proposing the ban. The newly formed Kenai-based Alaska Fisheries Conservation Allia...
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GCI to offer free streaming of Olympics
More than 210 million Americans will watch the winter Olympics when they begin Feb. 6. Kodiak TV viewers will not be among them. Cable company GCI and NBC affiliate KTUU-TV are unlikely to end their feud before the Sochi games begin, which means Kodiak residents will have to turn to the Internet or old-fashioned rabbit-ear antennae. “Is there a chance that things could get back on TV? Yes, but because we don't kno...
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Timothy Joe Naumoff
Timothy “Tim” Joe Naumoff was born on Dec. 24, 1965 to Alex and Reka (Ambrosia) Naumoff in Larsen Bay. He was baptized at the Kodiak Russian Orthodox church. Tim was confirmed in the Lutheran faith at St. Paul Lutheran Church, where he remained a member. He attended East Elementary School, Kodiak Junior High School, Kodiak High School and Lane Community College in Eugene, Ore. Tim came to live with Sid and Darlene...
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Kodiak Island Births: Jan. 28
• Benjamin Noah Daly was born at 10:35 a.m. Jan. 19, 2014 to Benjamin and Beate Daly. He weighed 7 pounds, 14 ounces and measured 19.5 inches long. His parents are originally from Vermont and California. His father works at the National Marine Fisheries Service. Also welcoming him to the family is Grace Daly and dog Daisy Mae. Proud grandparents are Robert and Deborah Daly from Vermont and Robert Litz and Marilyn ...
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Kodiak boy sweep Kenai
Kodiak’s boys were dialed in on Friday evening. The Bears drained 13 3-pointers and walloped Kenai 71-27 in a Northern Lights Conference basketball game at Kodiak High. Nobody was hotter than Austin Frick. The senior forward poured in eight 3-pointers and outscored the entire Kardinals team with a game-high 28 points. He left the court to an ovation two minutes into the fourth quarter. None of Frick’s eight long b...
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Kodiak girls hoops sweeps Kenai
Kodiak’s girls basketball team kept its perfect record intact on the Kenai Peninsula. The Bears blasted the Kardinals in a pair of Northern Lights Conference games Friday and Saturday. On Friday, Kodiak scored a 61-28 victory. That was followed by a 45-15 win Saturday. Kodiak pushed its record to 13-0 (2-0 NLC) and is closing in on the school record for most consecutive victories to begin the season. Last year’s t...
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