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City mulls ending building inspection deal with KIB
City staff is scrambling to determine the ramifications for the city after the Kodiak Island Borough Assembly voted to roll back the borough’s uniform building code to the 1997 version. Under a memorandum of agreement between the city and the borough, they city’s building department conducts building inspections throughout the borough. Because of the change in borough requirements, city inspectors would have to do...
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Births: 6/28/16
Robert Anthony Graham was born at 8:24 a.m. on June 19, 2016, to Robert Graham and Mary Avila. He weighed seven pounds, 5 ounces and was 19.5 inches long. His parents are originally from Oregon and the Philippines and now live in Kodiak. The baby’s mother works at North Pacific Fuel, and the baby’s father is captain of the fishing vessel Peggy Jo. Also welcoming him to the family are Matthew Graham and Paisley Gra...
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Post 17 drops road opener after long journey
After an all-night ferry ride and a drive from Homer to Kenai, it was no surprise the Kodiak Post 17 came out flat against Kenai. The undefeated Twins posted seven runs — five unearned — in the opening inning and posted an 11-1 victory in an American Legion baseball league game Sunday at Coral Seymour Park in Kenai. Kodiak lost 11-0 in the nonleague nightcap. In the opener, Seth Rockenbach and Nevin Lee were the o...
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Gov.'s NPFMC appointments confirmed
The U.S. Commerce Department announced on Monday the appointment of 19 new and returning members to the eight regional fishery management councils that partner with NOAA Fisheries to manage ocean fish stocks. These include the appointments of Michael “Buck” Laukitis of Homer and Theresa A. Peterson of Kodiak to the North Pacific Fishery Management Council, which overseas Alaska’s federal waters. Alaska Gov. Bill W...
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Outdoor Kodiak: A little tweaking adds relish to recipes
It’s that time of year again. Fresh fish in the house! We like fish a lot, to the point of eating it five or six days a week. As much as we fish however, we still don’t have fresh fish in the house every day. We enjoy a mix of fresh, fresh frozen, and prepared. We also like leftovers. Our secret is having a wealth of excellent recipes. Sure, we’ve tried recipes we didn’t particularly like, but over the years we’ve...
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Contracts bring library demolition, fire station expansion closer
The city is moving forward with plans to demolish the old library building on Mill Bay Road, with authorization of two agreements for preliminary services totaling $64,000. At Thursday’s regular meeting, the Kodiak City Council approved two contracts related to the demolition project, which paves the way for a new fire station on the city’s Mill Bay property. Under the first contract, Stantec Architecture Inc. wil...
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Air Station Kodiak checks grounded tanker, medevacs mariner
A Kodiak Coast Guard Hercules airplane crew flew over a 599-foot tanker that ran aground in the Bering Sea. According to a Coast Guard release, the Champion Ebony, a double-hulled chemical tanker flagged in Norway, ran aground on Nunivak Island, a large island off the Western Alaska coast, Friday. “The crew of Champion Ebony was able to refloat the vessel and make way under its own power to deeper water at approxi...
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Thomet falls short of world games
Levi Thomet’s first race back in the states was a doozy. Unfortunately, the former Kodiak high school standout painstakingly missed earning a berth to the IAAF World Junior Championships by a blink of an eyelash. Thomet placed fourth in a loaded 10,000-meter field at Friday’s USA Junior Outdoor Track and Field Championships at Veteran’s Memorial Stadium in Clovis, California. His time of 30 minutes, 46.73 seconds ...
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Thomet falls short of world games
Levi Thomet’s first race back in the states was a doozy. Unfortunately, the former Kodiak high school standout painstakingly missed earning a berth two the IAAF World Junior Championships by a blink of an eyelash. Thomet placed fourth in a loaded 10,000-meter field at Friday’s USA Junior Outdoor Track and Field Championships at Veteran’s Memorial Stadium in Clovis, California. His time of 30 minutes, 46.73 seconds...
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Garden Gate: Maggots make the most of early season
This summer has been weird on many accounts: salmonberries ripe enough in June to make pies and foxglove stalks already stretched out in full bloom. And a couple days ago, while hiking in Abercrombie, I saw fireweed blossoms about to pop.  Things on the garden front seem speeded up, too. My broccoli plants for example, produced full-sized heads sooner than expected. And since my other seedlings weren’t going to be...
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