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FISH FACTOR: Alaska brand tops on menus nationwide
Alaska is one of a handful of U.S. states to launch a go-to website aimed at keeping ocean acidification in the public eye. The Alaska Ocean Acidification Network, a collaboration of state and federal scientists, agencies, tribes, conservation, fishing and aquaculture groups, went live last month. Its goal is to provide a forum for researchers to share their findings, and to connect with coastal residents concerne...
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Kodiak football opens with shutout
With all the pre-season hype centered on Kodiak’s new no-huddle offense, the defense felt left out. Not to worry. The unit showed up big in the Bears’ first game of 2016. The defense authored a dominating performance in the Bears’ 14-0 nonconference football victory over Houston Friday night at Joe Floyd Track and Field. The D smothered Houston, limiting the former member of the Northern Lights Conference to 108 y...
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Chiniak replant vote up in the air
The decision on purchasing trees to plant on burned and logged borough-owned land drew more discussion Thursday in advance of the decision on a contract for tree saplings at the next meeting. At the work session, several assembly members suggested the contract be coupled with one for the planting. “I would presume that whoever we hire to put the trees in the ground, that part of their contract would include … that...
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3 file for 2 places on assembly
Daily Mirror Staff Kodiakans will see several contested races in the October election for Kodiak Island Borough seats. Along with incumbent Scott Smiley, both Monique Lewis and Matthew Van Daele have filed to run for two available three-year terms on the assembly. Lewis applied for an assembly vacancy in June, and she narrowly missed being appointed to the seat in a tie-breaker vote. Van Daele currently sits on th...
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Kodiak boys second at Colony Invitational
Behind a runner-up finish from Keith Osowski, the Kodiak boys opened the cross country season with a second-place finish at the Colony Invitational Saturday in the Mat-Su Valley. The girls put two in the top 10 and finished fourth with 80 points. Osowski, a senior and Kodiak’s top returner, covered the 5-kilometer course in 16 minutes, 50 seconds, just a second behind winner Hunter Kratz of Seward. Jack Hannah fin...
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Prep football: Week 1 results
Week 1 Northern Lights Conference Soldotna 49, West Anchorage 30 Wasilla 29, Eagle River 14 South Anchorage 27, Kenai 13 East Anchorage 33, Palmer 0 Kodiak 14, Houston 0 The rest of the state Colony 47, Bartlett 6 Service 55, West Valley 39 Monroe 59, Redington 6 Valdez 38, Nikiski 20 Eielson 67, Homer 31 Lathrop 36, North Pole 0 Dimond 21, Chugiak 14 Thunder Mt. 50, Juneau 20 Ketchikan 34, Seward 14
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Wallace: Video could victimize innocents
Kodiak Police Chief Ronda Wallace cited privacy concerns and equipment functionality as reasons for her decision to terminate use of police body cameras, Thursday in an address to the Kodiak City Council. Wallace spoke during the city manager comments portion of the council regular meeting. She began by listing the pros of police body cameras. When Kodiak police officers began wearing the cameras in February 2015,...
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KDM EDITORIAL: Solutions short of consolidation
A not-quite-perennial debate sprouted again in July, when Kodiak Island Borough Assembly member Kyle Crow proposed placing “the idea of consolidating” on the Oct. 4 municipal ballot. By approving this step — however non-binding, preliminary and tentative — the assembly sets off another round of an argument dating back at least 38 years. Proponents often say combining governments would save money, while opponents c...
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ROCKIN' OUT: R-E-S-P-E-C-T on the air for all
Aretha Franklin was born on March 25, 1942, in Memphis, Tennessee. She is an American singer, songwriter and musician. She sang in her father’s church as a child. She gained the title “the Queen of Soul” by the end of the 1960s. Franklin recorded a total of 112 charted singles on Billboard. She has won 18 Grammy Awards and sold over 75 million records worldwide. I think she is very inspiring. She has a very strong...
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TAPESTRY: Assemblies kids ministry feeds, evangelizes and empowers
At the Kodiak Assemblies of God Church, kids have a ministry, too. Through the denomination’s Boys and Girls Missionary Challenge, they’re learning to pray, give and share the Gospel in many ways. David Boyd, BGMC national director, who spoke to the local Assemblies congregation last Sunday, said the goal of the organization is to take care of people’s needs and introduce them to the Lord. “There are times when yo...
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