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Sega honored in win
Wearing her son’s away jersey, Ivoga Sega was shocked to see her son Leo approach her just minutes before kickoff of Kodiak’s regular-season finale against Skyview. Leo surprised his mom with a pink helmet signed by the entire team and then he took her hand and escorted her to midfield as an hono...
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KHS volleyball sweeps Colony
Summer McKechnie might just have the toughest position on the court. As Kodiak’s setter, it is her responsibility to set up the offense, not a difficult task, but when you add all of the Bears’ offensive weapons, it becomes hard to please everybody. McKechnie was at her best in Kodiak’s 2013 home...
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Fire departments prepare for Fire Prevention Week
This week is National Fire Prevention Week, and local fire departments are working to promote fire safety by holding open houses. The week was set by the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA), and is part of October Fire Prevention Month. The NFPA proclaimed the week’s theme to be preventin...
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CHARR convention and auction in Kodiak raised $24,000 for Pioneers
Alaska CHARR, the Cabaret, Hotel, Restaurant and Retailers Association, held its annual convention in Kodiak last week and raised more than $24,000 for the Pioneers of Alaska at a charity auction. Alaska CHARR has eight affiliates including Kodiak, Anchorage, Fairbanks, Juneau, Ketchikan, the Ken...
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NPFMC demands action on tendering
The North Pacific Fisheries Management Council is acting to fix a hole in the new federal fisheries observer program. On Thursday, the council asked the National Marine Fisheries Service to amend its observer program by stepping up observation of tendering vessels. In initial reports, the council...
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Flowers fade, but weeds don't
When fishermen hang up their nets in late summer, skippers and crew members glance at each other, silently saying, “Okay, season’s over.” In late fall, gardeners do the same thing: When the last flower fades, many growers put their trowels away and murmur, “Okay, season’s over.” Not so fast. To e...
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Government shutdown could stall crab season
Kodiak’s waterfront is bedecked with hundreds of “7 by’s” as boats stack their pots and gear up for the big crab fisheries in the Bering Sea. The Bristol Bay red king crab season is set to open on October 15, with a harvest of 8.6 million pounds, similar to last year. A reopened Tanner crab fishe...
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Prep football: Week 8 scores
Thursday West Anchorage 23, South Anchorage 0 Friday Palmer 26, Wasilla 20 Houston 18, Homer 6 Juneau 57, Thunder Mt. 0 North Pole 24, Lathrop 13 Saturday Bartlett 32, Chugiak 9 East Anchorage 34, Eagle River 8 Service 42, Dimond 7 Soldotna 58, Kenai 10 Kodiak 61, Skyview 0 Monroe 37, Nikiski 27 ...
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