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Local youth clubs host visiting teams
Kodiak will be swarming with youth athletes this weekend. The Kodiak Hockey League and Kodiak Kingfishers are both hosting teams from the Kenai Peninsula. This is the first time KHL, a second-year nonprofit, is hosting off-island teams. The Homer Hockey Association is bringing 38 players — ages 8...
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Week in Words: Sizing up right amount of privacy
A phrase that has been circulating around our public discourse over the past few weeks has been “right-size government.” Other Alaska journalists have written columns and tweets criticizing the term, disclosing its rhetorical vapidity. But let’s take a look at the words themselves. “Right” has ma...
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Public Safety Blotter: Feb. 25
Feb. 22 At 2:16 a.m., police warned a driver in the 400 block of Island Lake Road for a vehicle impairment issue. At 7:33 a.m., police warned a driver in the 200 block of Mill Bay Road for failing to use a turn signal. At 9:31 a.m., a driver reported he accidentally hit another vehicle in the 700...
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NOAA study gives baseline of Alaska communities
The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Association has created a baseline to assess how coastal communities across the U.S. might react to change. “This is the first time that NOAA Fisheries has used ‘quantitative’ indicators for this type of assessment in Alaska,” according to NOAA. “Scientists ho...
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Sabado rewarded for staying in program
With 4 minutes, 10 seconds remaining in Friday’s boys basketball game against Palmer, Kodiak’s Juwan Sabado hit a floater in the lane. To the normal observer it was just a bucket that trimmed Palmer’s to 14 points. It meant more than that to Sabado. It was the senior’s first career varsity points...
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Alaska State Troopers: Feb. 25
Feb. 6 At approximately 1:30 p.m., Alaska Wildlife Troopers located an unmarked subsistence shellfish pot in Danger Bay. The owner was located through an investigation. The 51-year-old Kodiak man was issued a citation for failing to properly mark his subsistence gear. Bail was set at $110.00. Feb...
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Kodiak sports trivia: Feb. 25
QUESTION: The Kodiak High School baseball team won the 2004 state title with an extra-inning win over Chugiak. Who were the three Bears named to the all-tournament team? WEDNESDAY’S ANSWER: The Kodiak boys basketball team defeated Colony, 56-50, in the 2014 Northern Lights Conference championship...
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Local Results: Feb. 25
City League Basketball Monday, Feb. 22 RC 66, Nets 47 Donnell Diesta 20 points, Rex Boado 14, Tyson Miranda 11, Eli Dearduff 10, Tj Agmata 5, Ace Sumera 4 and Alife Agmata 2 for RC. Chris Peters 19 points, Avery Javier 11, John Anderson 6, Ryan Gabor 5, Jeff Miranda 4 and JR Gimeno 2 for Nets. St...
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