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KANA receives ACA funding
The Kodiak Area Native Association (KANA) has received $325,000 from the Department of Health and Human Services (DHS) “for its commitment to providing high quality healthcare for underserved populations throughout the Koniag region,” according to a KANA release. KANA was one of six community health center sites in Alaska that received a total of $5.5 million dollars of Affordable Care Act (ACA) funding. “The Affo...
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Cross country begins season on Peninsula
Kodiak High School’s cross country team is starting the competition portion of its season a week later than normal. To save money, and cut down on off-island trips, the team decided to bypass last week’s Nikiski Class Races, the meet Kodiak traditionally opens its season at on its weeklong ferry trip to the mainland. Instead, the Bears will open the season this Saturday at the Tsalteshi Invitational in Soldotna, a...
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Some highly charged lessons
In my long ago and misspent youth I used to ride motorcycles. A lot. Snowmachines too. Started when I was around 9 or 10. In fact, I think the reason my hair turned curly when I was a teen and subsequently started thinning was from spending so much time with a helmet on. Seriously. Now, let’s just say that I rode motorbikes … aggressively. But I had one rule: If I fell down, off, or over three times, no matter how...
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Hulse, Sisson, Foster, Tobias win Eco Challenge
Early on in Saturday’s Eco Challenge, Steve Hulse made a team decision that was either going to make him a hero or a goat. The team of four backtracked 200 meters — passing a few teams along the way — on a fog-covered Anton Larsen Pass and decided to take a trail that Hulse believed was a shortcut to the next checkpoint. “I said, ‘I’m getting us lost or we are going to be ahead,”’ Hulse said. “Sure enough, another...
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Coast Guard lockdown could have been avoided, Kodiak woman says
Coast Guard lockdown could have been avoided, Kodiak woman says
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Two more residential burglaries hit Kodiak
State troopers responded to two more residential burglaries last week in Kodiak, including one in which a laptop was taken, a trooper report released Monday said. At about 1:34 p.m. on Wednesday, Alaska State Troopers responded to a residence on Spruce Cape Road after receiving a burglary report. Investigation revealed that burglary took place but the residents were unable to advise if anything had been stolen, th...
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Alaska State Troopers: Aug. 18
AUG. 12 At about 1:26 p.m., Alaska State Troopers in Kodiak received a report that a 2004 Subaru Legacy had sustained damage to the passenger side front quarter panel while parked at either the Kodiak Fairgrounds or the Rendezvous Bar during the weekend. Anyone one with information related to this incident is encouraged to contact the AST at the Kodiak Post @ 486-4121. AUG. 9 At 8:01p.m., the Alaska State Troopers...
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OUTDOOR KODIAK: The secret season
Which hunting season is most overlooked? It slips by so quietly, you might even call it Kodiak’s Secret Season. In fact, it opened a week ago, and it even slipped past me. I’m talking about ptarmigan. The season opened August 10, but somehow I had it in my head that it didn’t open until August 20. It’s easy to overlook the ptarmigan hunting on Kodiak, because on the road system anyway, you mostly find them only at...
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Court of Appeals rejects man’s claim Constitution allows him to homebrew
The State Court of Appeals has agreed with a Superior Court’s ruling dismissing an Alaska resident’s claim that his constitutional right to privacy entitled him to manufacture a small amount of homebrew for personal use in his house. Allen E. Hunter was charged by indictment with one count of illegally manufacturing homebrew in his home in Scammon Bay, a local option community that has banned the sale, importation...
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Soldotna extends streak, remains on top
Soldotna’s historic victory over South Anchorage kept the Stars atop the Alaska Sports Broadcasting Network’s Med-small schools poll, released Monday. In a Week 1 battle between defending state champions, Soldotna held off South, 21-17, on Friday in Soldotna. The win was the Stars’ 30th in a row, a state record. The previous mark was 29 games, reached by Soldotna (2007-2009) and East Anchorage (1985-1987). The vic...
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