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In the Courts: April 11
Criminal Trespass • Stanley F. Samuelson, 54, pleaded guilty to second-degree criminal trespass. Samuelson was sentenced to 90 days in jail (zero days suspended). • Eric P. Alvarez, 34, pleaded guilty to second-degree criminal trespass. Alvarez was sentenced to 90 days in jail (89 days suspended) and will be on probation for two years. • Valerie E. Kourenkov, 55, pleaded guilty to second-degree criminal trespass. ...
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Around Kodiak: April 11
The Alaska State Parks Kodiak District Citizen’s Advisory Board is holding its monthly meeting at 7 p.m. Monday, April 14, at the Fort Abercrombie Park Office. The board is seeking new members to fill open positions. Shala Dobson is holding a Teaching Artist Training class on Saturday and Sunday in the Kodiak High School art room. To sign up for the free class, contact Jill Lipka at 539-2828 or email jill@kodiakar...
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Who Was Lou Gehrig?
Editor's note: May is ALS Awareness Month: He was an incredible baseball player of the 1920s and 1930s who played with the New York Yankees. On this 36th birthday he was thrown the worst curve ball in his life. Doctors at the Mayo Clinic gave him the diagnosis of ALS, the fatal, incurable neuromuscular, neurodegenerative disease. Henry Louis Gehrig was born June 19, 1903, in New York City. He was the second of fou...
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Where is our school board?
I am a 34 year resident of Kodiak with 24 years of teaching experience in the Kodiak school district. I also put two children through this system and will be beginning the process with two more in the upcoming school year. I have become increasingly concerned with the educational climate that exists in the district today. Things are not well in the KIBSD. Staff morale is at an unprecedented low. We are losing reco...
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ADFG sets restrictions for king salmon fishing
The Alaska Department of Fish and Game Sport Fish Division announced emergency restrictions Wednesday affecting anglers going after local king salmon. Because the biological escapement goal for the Ayakulik and Chigkin rivers were not reached in 2013, the seasons there will start with a bag and possession limit of one fish 20 inches or more long and an annual limit of two fish. According to a release from ADFG, “R...
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Local Results: April 11
Bowling Tuesday, April 1 Coed league Men: Scratch game — Jeff Kiefer, 257; Stefan Macahilas, 256; Steve Tyner, 249; Tommy Johnson, 249. Scratch series — Matt Kiefer, 705; Rod Kiefer, 679; Jesse Mickelson, 676. Handicap game — Stefan Macahilas, 283; Jeff Kiefer, 275; Tommy Johnson, 273. Handicap series — Jesse Mickelson, 766; Robbie Green, 756; Stefan Macahilas, 746. Women: Scratch game — Ruth Hentges, 204; Jennife...
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Playbook: April 11
Friday, April 11 Track: Kodiak at the Pro/Whit Championships at the Dome in Anchorage, 3 p.m. Saturday, April 12 Track: Kodiak at the Pro/Whit Championships at the Dome in Anchorage.
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Kodiak High presents "Bye Bye Birdie"
The Kodiak High School drama club will welcome audiences to the sock hop with a musical comedy inspired by Elvis Presley’s venture into the U.S. Army, this weekend at the Gerald C. Wilson Auditorium. “If you like ‘Grease,’ you’ll love ‘Bye Bye Birdie,’” said Alyssa Haig, the show’s director. The 17-member cast, including three middle school students, has enjoyed recreating the styles of the 1950s, with “lots of ha...
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Kodiak sprinters race into form
Kodiak sprinters got off to a shaky start at last week’s track season opener inside the Dome in Anchorage. The Bears didn’t place a single sprinter into a Big C Relays final, an unusual sight from a team that usually has a few quality sprinters. “We traveled a lot of young guys, but it gave them some good opportunities to get an idea what it is like,” Kodiak sprinter coach Rob Stauffer said. Stauffer expects a bet...
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Kodiak Middle Schooler wins state Geo Bee
Gray Harver felt some nerves when the final few questions of State Geo Bee rolled out. The critical question, Harver remembers, was about a whaling station. “The way the announcer said the question, it sounded like it was northern,” Harver said. He scrawled “Canada” on the paper. The other finalist wrote “Norway.” Harver was right. And with it, the seventh grader at Kodiak Middle School won the State Geo Bee, held...
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