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Alumni update: Miles Dunbar races at UW Open
Former Kodiak and Chico State University star Miles Dunbar re-emerged on the track Sunday. Dunbar finished seventh in the 3,000-meter run at the University of Washington Open indoor track meet with a time of 8 minutes, 30.17 seconds. University of Alaska Anchorage’s Henry Cheseto crossed the line first with a time of 8:18.59. There were 69 runners in the field. Dunbar, running unattached, graduated from Chico Stat...
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Local Results: Feb. 17
City League Basketball Feb. 12 Water of Life A 105, RC Enterprise 81 Elijah Hiner 47 points, Austin Cowley 27, Michael Manifo 13, Daniel Wooley 7, Tony Will 6 and Mikel Garner 5 for Water of Life. TJ Agmata 19 points, David Diocares Jr. 17, Randy Diocares 16, Tyson Miranda 14, Eli Deardruff 8 and Matt Regele 7 for RC. Local Electric 50, Strangers 42 Kevin VanHatten 11 points, Brett Larsen 9, Wade Johnson 7, Corey ...
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ESS drops three at Seldovia
The Kodiak Emerging Small Schools boys basketball team lost all three games at the Seldovia Tournament that concluded Saturday. ESS fell to tournament champion Seldovia, 63-39, Birchwood (score not reported) and Nikolaevsk, 64-40. The three losses dropped ESS to 2-4 in the Peninsula Conference after starting the season with two straight wins against Lumen Christi. “We are doing a lot of things really well,” ESS co...
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Coast Guard Rescues Four from Grounded Vessel near Kodiak
A Coast Guard Air Station Kodiak MH-60 Jayhawk helicopter crew rescued four fishermen from the fishing vessel Savannah Ray on Monday morning after they ran aground in Chiniak Bay near Kodiak Island. The helicopter crew hoisted the four fishermen from their grounded vessel and transferred them to awaiting emergency medical services in Kodiak. Coast Guard 17th District command center watchstanders received an EPIRB ...
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New fire chief sworn in
Kodiak’s new fire chief was sworn in on Thursday, and the Kodiak City Council adopted a federal priority list. “This is a real humbling event honestly,” new chief Jim Mullican Jr. said at the meeting in front of a crowd of his firefighters after he was sworn in. “It’s the culmination of a career to make chief and more importantly, it’s my honor to lead this group of gentlemen and lady in their endeavors to respond...
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Public Safety Blotter: Feb. 16
Jan. 10 At 12:09 a.m., a caller reported an intoxicated pedestrian on Center Avenue. They were gone when police arrived. At 2:05 a.m., police warned a driver on Rezanof Drive East for having an obscured license plate and erratic speeds. At 2:21 a.m., police conducted a bar check on Marine Way. At 2:22 a.m., a caller reported a theft of services on Simeonoff Street. A man was arrested for a warrant. Around 2:25 a.m...
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Community events: Feb. 16
MONDAY, FEB. 16 All day — Kodiak Public Library closed. 7 p.m. --— Kodiak Island Borough School District Board of Education meeting, assembly chambers. . 7 p.m. — Downtown Abbey night TUESDAY, FEB. 17 6:30 p.m. — DowntownAbbey night at Kodiak Public Library. WEDNESDAY, FEB. 18 6:30 p.m. --— Roving Readers discuss “King of Fish” at Kodiak Public Library. 7-8 p.m. — Introduced Wildlife in Kodiak, Baranov Museum, 101...
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Measures to take to minimize garden damage
It’s starting to look a lot like springtime in Alaska. Really? Several people have asked me about flowering bulbs poking above the soil and buds appearing on bushes, including salmonberries and honeyberries. Like last year around this time, a common question went something like this: “This is only February. What will happen to the berry crop if we get a hard freeze?” Let’s back up a bit. Last fall I shared with yo...
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Girls split at SoHi
Kodiak rallied from one deficit, but couldn’t overcome another over the weekend in Soldotna. Down by nine points early in Friday’s contest, the Bears battled back to take a 43-35 decision over the Stars in a Northern Lights Conference girls basketball game. On Saturday, Kodiak trailed by 16 points at halftime and never recovered, losing 64-44 to Soldotna. The Bears stand at 5-3 in the NLC and 11-6 overall, while S...
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A victory for Red
Before the start of Friday’s game against Soldotna, Kodiak boys basketball coach David Anderson had just one message for his team: “We are going to win this one for Red.” Red West was smiling from above. Playing for the first time since the death of their former assistant coach, the Bears won an exciting Northern Lights Conference matchup, 49-44, at Kodiak High. It was only fitting that senior Max Mutch — the play...
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