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Outdoor Kodiak: Remote deer hunts
How is your deer season progressing? Does the looming end of the road system season threaten you with no venison in the freezer, or does the single road system deer leave too much vacant freezer space? It’s time to consider booking a hunting trip off the road system, where the season extends another two months and in most places you’re allowed to take more than one deer. Deer hunting on the road system has been ha...
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Bayside Fire Department responds to oil spill in drainage creek
The Bayside firefighters responded to a residential oil spill Thursday morning. Bayside Fire Chief Bob Himes said that the station received a report of a strong diesel fuel smell and what looked like emulsified diesel in a drainage creek in a back yard on the 300 block of Teal Way. Bayside Fire Station provided the initial response and investigation. During the investigation, firefighters found several pockets of ...
Oct 21, 2013 | 0 0 comments | 13 13 recommendations | email to a friend
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Jackie (Jack) Dean Cripe
Jack Cripe, 80 years old, our beloved husband, dad and grandpa, passed away at the home of his daughter and son in law in Wasilla. He was cremated and buried with his wife at the Fort Richardson National Cemetery with honors on Oct. 18. 2013. Jack was born in Perrysville, Ind. on May 10, 1933 to Thomas and Mary (Sheets) Cripe. He was No. 7 of 12 children. After graduating from high school he joined the Navy and se...
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Marjorie Grace Dambkowski
A memorial service will be held for Marjorie Grace Dambkowski from 4 p.m. to 5 p.m. today at the Kodiak Funeral Chapel, followed by a repast at the "High Tide," upstairs from Monk's Rock. A visiting hour starting at 3 p.m. will precede the service.
Oct 21, 2013 | 0 0 comments | 0 0 recommendations | email to a friend
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Coast Guard responds to Kodiak fishing vessel on fire west of Adak
Five Kodiak fishermen are safe today after their fishing vessel caught fire about 70 miles west of Adak. The crew of the fishing vessel Western Venture abandoned ship Sunday morning after reporting a fire in an email to the ship’s owner. The Coast Guard scrambled aircraft from Kodiak and Sitka but were unable to establish radio contact with the Western Venture. At 9:05 a.m., the Coast Guard District 17 command cen...
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Kodiak sweeps Wasilla
Kodiak’s run through the Northern Lights Conference continued against Wasilla. Behind superior serving, the Bears wasted little time dispatching the visiting Warriors in a pair of NLC volleyball matches at the Kodiak Middle School gym. Kodiak swept Wasilla 25-13, 25-19, 25-17 Friday and swept them again 25-16, 25-11, 25-17 Saturday to remain perfect in conference play at 8-0. “That is nice,” Kodiak coach Amy Willi...
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Around Kodiak: Oct. 21
The downtown Kodiak revitalization and beautification subcommittee will meet at 7 p.m. in the Kodiak College campus center. The meeting is open to the public. Author and historian James Mackovjak will present a lecture on salmon traps, their history and impact on Alaska communities at noon Tuesday. The lecture will take place in Anchorage but will be available locally in the Kodiak room of the Kodiak College library.
Oct 21, 2013 | 0 0 comments | 52 52 recommendations | email to a friend
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Garden Gate: TomTato: Growing two cooking staples together
I’m all about combining potatoes and tomatoes together when cooking a soup, but I never thought about combining them in the garden until now. Thompson & Morgan, the seed catalog company, has developed a new tomato variety that not only produces fruit (described as sweeter and better tasting than anything you can find in the supermarket), but will also create a bountiful crop of white potatoes at the end of the sea...
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Fish Factor: Crabbers facing bad news this season
The Bering Sea crab fleet was ready to head to the fishing grounds over the weekend after the government shutdown and unissued licenses stalled the Oct. 15 start of the crab season. Skippers of the 80 boats estimated the extra time tied up in Dutch Harbor cost them each $1,000 per day. Meanwhile, the situation was even worse for small-boat crabbers at Kodiak, who learned there would not even be a Tanner fishery co...
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Swimmers win Valley Invitational
Kodiak’s swimming team made a late-season statement in the Valley Invitational Saturday at Palmer High School. Both the boys and girls squads emerged victorious in the invitational that is billed as a Region III Championship preview. Behind four individual victories, Kodiak’s boys overwhelmed the competition with 121 points, 70 points more than runner-up Colony. The girls race was much closer, as Kodiak’s 77 point...
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