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Reports of physical and sexual abuse against children spiking in Kodiak
Alaska State Troopers reported that several incidents involving abuse or sexual abuse of minors were reported to it during the last week, indicative of a rising tide in abuse and sexual crimes against minors in Kodiak. The State Troopers reports listed two allegations of physical abuse of a minor...
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KHS softball begins NLC play at Soldotna
Kodiak’s softball team had a lot of time to regroup after opening with four straight losses two weeks ago. The Bears lost two games each to small-school powerhouses Sitka and Juneau in Sitka. It wasn’t the start of the season Kodiak coach Sam Catt envisioned. “Sitka was a filling-out process and ...
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Kodiak JV wins at Houston Invite
Kodiak’s junior varsity picked up a pair of victories Thursday at the Houston Baseball JV Invitational Tournament in Houston. Kodiak knocked off the tournament host, 6-0, and Soldotna, 4-2. Both games went two innings under the 60-minute time limit for pool play games. Against Houston, Kalen Will...
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Thomet lowers state-leading 800 time
Kodiak’s Levi Thomet lowered his state-leading 800-meter time Thursday in a tri-meet against Bartlett and Anchorage Christian Schools in Anchorage. The junior won the 800 with a time of 1 minute, 57.9 seconds — two seconds faster than his previous best time that was posted in a home meet on Satur...
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Science fair uncovers secrets of brushing, bacteria, and lemon juice
Fourth and fifth-graders at Peterson Elementary School displayed the results of their investigations of plant growth, chemistry, aerodynamics, cooking times, and other topics at a science fair, Thursday on the school gymnasium. “We didn’t do it last year,” said fourth-grade teacher Susan Gill, wh...
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Julie Knagin
Julie Knagin, 85, passed away on Friday, April 25, 2014, in Kodiak, surrounded by loved ones. She was born December 28, 1928, in Karluk, Alaska, and baptized Yuliana. Julie was preceded in death by her parents, Alexandra “Sasha” (Kvasnikoff) Christensen-Noya of Karluk and Carl “Schoolhouse Charli...
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Public Safety Blotter: May 2
Wednesday, April 30 • At 12:32 a.m., a caller reported a bear in her yard on Larch Street. The bear fled through a wooden fence and went into the woods. • At 1:44 a.m., a bar check was conducted downtown. • At 6:57 a.m., an officer flagged down a citizen reporting a bear at a trash can on Selief ...
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In the Courts: May 2
Reckless driving Matthew A. Stutes, 35, pleaded guilty to reckless driving. Stutes was sentenced to 90 days in jail (65 days suspended) and fined $1,000 ($500 suspended). Stutes is on probation for two years. Negligent driving Matthew A. Stutes, 35, pleaded guilty to negligent driving. Stutes was...
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