Obituary: Doris St. George Doris St. George passed away in her sleep June 18, 2012. She was born in Massachusetts in 1923. She was 89 years old. She leaves behind her sons Chuck Lewis Jr. and Gary Lewis.
In her late teens she moved to Hollywood, Calif., and then on to Palm Springs, Calif., where she met and married the boy next door, Chuck Lewis Sr., who died in 2006.
Soon they had a son Chuckie and later Gary and they raised their family ...
Ocean Beauty wins Junior division Ocean Beauty’s Owen Tuckfield runs to first base during the Kodiak Junior Little League championship game against Brechan Tuesday evening at East Elementary Field. Ocean Beauty, the No. 1 seed, defeated No. 2 seed Brechan 18-17. Ocean Beauty’s Brandon Pickett had three hits, including two home runs, while Gus Pyles and Tuckfield also had three hits for Ocean Beauty. Joe Schactler and Trenton Foxworthy had three h...
Public safety blotter - June 28, 2012 Thursday,
• At 12:22 a.m. a phone call was received reporting a man sleeping or passed out on the sidewalk on West Rezanof Drive. He was gone when an officer arrived.
• At 12:36 a.m. a woman on West Marine Way was advised to remove spray tinting to her taillights. If contacted again, she will be cited.
• At 8:55 a.m. an officer removed debris from the roadway at Thorsheim Street and Mill Bay Road.
• At 924...
Plane found wrecked in glacier is identified ANCHORAGE (AP) — The wreckage of a military plane found this month on an Alaska glacier is that of an Air Force plane that crashed in 1952, killing all 52 people aboard, military officials said Wednesday.
Army Capt. Jamie Dobson said evidence found at the crash site correlates with the missing C-124A Globemaster, but the military is not eliminating other possibilities because much investigation still needs to be d...
Feds OK election map JUNEAU (AP) — The U.S. Justice Department on Wednesday gave its approval to Alaska’s new redistricting plan, clearing the way for the map to be used in this year’s elections.
The decision came in the midst of a federal lawsuit filed to keep state election officials from implementing the plan until the Justice Department weighed in — and a day before a scheduled hearing on the matter before a three-judge panel.
Kodiak's best shooters gather for inaugural precision rifle competition Kodiak learned an important lesson last weekend: Don’t mess with Brady Post.
The Coast Guard C-130 mechanic and one-year Kodiak resident outshot 27 of Kodiak’s best marksmen to win the inaugural Kodiak Precision Rifle Competition.
“I was really surprised,” Post said Sunday night during the competition’s awards ceremony at Coast Guard Base Kodiak.
Before he hoisted his two-foot trophy, however, he had to run and sh...
2,000-mile Wet Dog jet ski race gets state permission A 2,000-mile personal watercraft race across Prince William Sound and the Gulf of Alaska has the go-ahead from the state of Alaska.
The Alaska Department of Natural Resources issued the permit to Alaskan Wet Dog Race organizer John Lang on May 22 after it spent five months reviewing public comments. There were initial concerns that 1,000 watercraft and their support vessels would cause environmental damage. Public...
Sexually transmitted disease rates falling across Alaska after epidemic As the state of Alaska recovers from an outbreak of sexually transmitted disease, Kodiak is staying comparatively clean.
“Pretty much the rates are low in Kodiak; they’re almost the lowest in the state for chlamydia,” said Susan Jones, a nurse consultant with the state’s epidemiology section.
That’s despite an Alaska
gonorrhea infection rate that was 135 percent of the national average in 2011, the latest year fo...
Roller wash Rock Island Rollers teammate Tamara Dameron washes a car during a fundraiser car wash Saturday in the Wells Fargo parking lot. The Rock Island Rollers are Kodiak’s roller derby team.(Derek Clarkston photo)
Seahawks coming to Kodiak for camp The NFL is coming to Kodiak — at least for a day.
Four Seattle Seahawks players and two cheerleaders will be in Kodiak Saturday for a football camp put on by the Kodiak Football League.
“For the Seattle Seahawks to come down here and spend their time to show how much football means to the community of Kodiak and how much they want to help really makes me feel good,” KFL vice president Rich Walker said.
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