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Kodiak volleyball begins with six wins
Kodiak was nearly perfect during the opening weekend of its 2013 volleyball season. The Bears won all six matches and dropped only one set during a three-day stay at Sitka that concluded Saturday. During the trip, Kodiak beat Sitka and 3A powerhouse Mt. Edgecumbe three times apiece. “It was a great opportunity to go and play teams that we hardly ever see,” Kodiak coach Amy Willis said. “We just got a lot of volley...
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Elected officials need to balance our checkbook
To the Editor: We now have at least a million and a half plus-dollar sidewalk on Shelikof Street measured in yards, not miles. We have streets where pothole dodging is an Olympic event. We have roads with no street lights. Honestly, how hard would it be to add a light to an existing power pole? That could be done between town and the airport as well. We have councilmen using their elected position to push their pe...
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Public Safety Blotter: Sept. 10
Tuesday, Sept. 3 • At 3:19 a.m., an abandoned vehicle on Marine Way was red-tagged. • At 8:25 a.m., a man was cited for no proof of insurance and expired registration. • At 8:28 a.m., a caller reported a REDDI vehicle on Mission Road. The driver was negative for DUI. • At 9:34 a.m., a 911 caller reported a vehicle went off the road. It was on its side and the injuries were unknown. • At 9:41 a.m., a man’s trespass...
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Fisheries group prepares for NPFMC meeting
The Kodiak city and borough fisheries work group met Monday morning to discuss the Gulf of Alaska trawl bycatch management discussion paper released last Friday by the North Pacific Fishery Management Council. The paper addresses eight proposals written by industry stakeholders regarding the council’s development of a catch share program for trawl groundfish, an item on the council’s October agenda. Fisheries advi...
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Outdoor Kodiak: Silver salmon in rivers
The upstream portions of road system rivers open to salmon fishing Sept. 16. The rivers are teeming with silver salmon, and “opening day” is the highlight of the season for many anglers. But there’s a flip side. The best fishing holes may be crowded, and the fishing can deteriorate as quickly as tempers flare. I don’t like crowds, and I go to a lot of trouble to avoid them. Does that mean I have to forego hot fish...
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Births: Sept. 10
Elsie Rose Korsmo was born at 11:01 p.m. Monday, Aug. 19, 2013, to Grant and Kathryn Korsmo in Grand Forks, N.D. She weighed 6 pounds, 11 ounces and measured 19.75 inches long. Proud grandparents are Jeff and Karen Stephan of Kodiak and Steve and Kris Korsmo of Northwood, N.D.
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Charges rise after pants fall at airport
A 31-year-old Californian who allegedly mooned troopers at Benny Benson Kodiak State Airport is facing a misdemeanor disorderly conduct charge. Charles Helzer was originally accused of two counts of disorderly conduct, one for allegedly challenging someone to a fight and one for “intentionally exposing his buttocks to another person with reckless disregard for the offensive or insulting effect the act could have o...
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State supreme court settles Icicle worker’s comp case
The Alaska Supreme Court has upheld an Alaska Workers Compensation Appeals Commission decision in a dispute between a former Icicle Seafoods employee and his former employer. As a result of the decision Hugo Rosales may not pursue more than the $200,000 already paid to him under a workers compensation settlement. In 2007, Rosales was injured after a 54-pound tray of frozen fish hit him in the back of the head aboa...
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Kodiak falls just short against Kenai
With the state’s leading rusher on the sideline, Kenai turned to Chase Logan to keep Kodiak winless on its revamped field. Logan’s legs milked 6 minutes, 46 seconds off the clock on Kenai’s final drive to help preserve the Kardinals’ 22-21 Northern Lights Conference football victory Saturday at Joe Floyd Track and Field. Running in place of Jace Daniels, who left with an injury in the second quarter, Logan toted t...
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Lessons to learn from Zimmerman incident
To the Editor: Now that the media-orchestrated furor over George Zimmerman’s trial and acquittal is over, it’s time to take stock and see what lessons we can learn from the incident. The current issue of Backwoods Home Magazine (www.backwoodshome.com) has an interesting article “Perspectives on the George Zimmerman/Trayvon Martin Shooting,” by Massad Ayoob. It fills in a lot of the information that the in-depth in...
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