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Local Results: Jan. 30
City League Basketball Jan. 28 Great AK Flooring 101, Commsta 83 Germain Jimenez 41 points, Jaron Steele 23, Matt Amor 22, Myrgel Obas 7, John Hartung 6 and Tyrone Walker 2 for AK Flooring. Dylan Haskell 33 points, Ricky Winston 31, Donnell Diesta 11 and Lonnie Rigsby 8 for Commsta. Water of Life B 66, Nets System 57 Nick Lloyd 17 points, Mylon Weems 12, Ashley Hiner 11, Jordan Davis 11, Nick Kesling 9 and Isabell...
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Transit system starts public survey
The Kodiak Area Transit System is starting a survey to gauge public interest in expanded transit offerings. Senior Citizens of Kodiak, which oversees the KATS system, and KATS recently acquired a new bus through federal funding administered through the state. Now, SCOK and KATS are looking to grow what is currently a limited three-hour per day public service. Currently, the bus is open to the public from 6:30 a.m....
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Police capture convicted drug dealer Timpke
A convicted drug dealer, who allegedly violated his probation by fleeing from police, has been captured. Brandon Timpke, 24, described by police as armed and dangerous, was arrested Tuesday. He was arraigned Wednesday with another suspect. A Kodiak Police Department Facebook post more than three weeks ago asked for community help in locating Timpke, describing him as “a convicted drug dealer and he is known to car...
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Public Safety Blotter: Jan. 29
Jan. 2 At 1:20 a.m., police warned a speeding driver on Rezanof Drive West. At 6:44 a.m., police responded to a traffic hazard in the Rezanof Drive and Mill Bay Road area. The stalled vehicle was gone when police arrived. At 10:09 a.m., police were unable to locate a loose dog on Mission Road. At 11:09 a.m., police arrested a man on suspicion of criminal trespass. At 11:22 a.m., police warned a driver on Center Av...
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Thanking Kodiak community’s support
To the Editor, We, the students of St. Mary’s School, would like to thank the Kodiak community for supporting us through these 60 years. St. Mary’s School was opened in 1954. Since then, many students like us have attended the school. We appreciate that the community has nurtured St. Mary’s and helped the school grow. As students, we appreciate that the community of Kodiak has kind people, great schools and wonder...
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Time to lower halibut bycatch
To the Editor, As a fisherman and consumer of Pacific halibut, I would like to speak up on behalf of halibut bycatch reduction in the Bering Sea. This nutrient rich region is a vital nursery for halibut that travel throughout the North Pacific. Its fishery policies are important to our own regional fishery health, and to our statewide legacy of fishery management. This impacts all of us. For several years, fisherm...
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Hayden Foster back on the mat for Kodiak
Faced with the reality of being the only boy in his family not to graduate from Kodiak High School, Hayden Foster decided to return home. After spending the last year and a half at Palmer High School, Foster moved back to the Emerald Isle over Christmas break and is a semester away from joining his dad and two brothers, Cody and Jordan, as KHS graduates. “We have kind of a legacy in Kodiak, so I figured it would b...
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Local Results: Jan. 29
City League Basketball Jan. 27 D’ Hunters 75, Dees Teez 73 Boyet Jutie 23 points, Rj Cabalar 13, Lito Pineda 11, Kristian Lloyd 10, Greg Sorio 10, Victor Sorio 4 and Daryl Villanueva 4 for D’Hunters. Matt Amor 16 points, Arjay Fangonilo 14, Josh Nocon 12, Ken Caldejon 11, Felino Macatuno 7, Glenn Penamora 5, Sam Galindo 4, Kobe Braga 2 and Teng Giron 2 for Dees Teez. ISA 45, St. Innocent’s 44 Christian Miranda 21 ...
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Dimond girls on top of 4A
The revolving door continued atop the girls’ 4A Alaska Association of Basketball Coaches poll. For the fourth consecutive week a new No. 1 emerged. This time it is Dimond that grabbed the top spot. West Valley, last week’s leader, dropped to third. Last week, the Lynx toppled Chugiak (62-44) and Service (75-28). However, on Tuesday Dimond lost to No. 5 East Anchorage (50-46) and now stands at 11-4. The surging Was...
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Playbook: Jan. 29
Friday, Jan. 30 Boys Basketball: Kodiak vs. Colony at Kodiak High School. C squad, 4 p.m.; junior varsity, 5:30 p.m.; varsity, 7 p.m. Girls Basketball: Kodiak vs. Colony at Colony High School. C squad, 4 p.m.; junior varsity, 5:30 p.m.; varsity, 7 p.m. Wrestling: Kodiak at the Northern Lights Conference Championships at Soldotna High School.
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