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Kodiak all-star teams begin District I play
Kodiak Little League all-star teams begin their quest for state titles beginning Sunday. The Majors division (11 and 12-year-olds) starts District I pool play at 7:30 p.m. Sunday against AMC in Anchorage, while the Juniors division (13 and 14-year-olds) begins pool play Tuesday in Anchorage. Two ...
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Senior Life: Senior Center welcomes Vicki Canny to staff
The Kodiak Senior Center held the annual Stan and Nita July 4 BBQ Thursday. This event is held each year in honor of the couple who generously donated part of their estate to the agency’s endowment fund. New Activities/Volunteer Coordinator This position which was created in January took the plac...
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June was second-hottest in 75 years
June 2013 will go into the record books as the second-warmest in 75 years and seventh-warmest all time, according to the National Weather Service. Altogether, Kodiak had an average June temperature of 53.8 degrees, more than 4 degrees above last year’s average. The monthly mark ties June 1924 as ...
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Accused drug dealer found with meth
A Kodiak man who pleaded guilty in March to dealing drugs was found in possession of methamphetamine last week, police say. Edwin Cagaoan, 48, was arraigned in Kodiak district court on June 27 on one count of fourth-degree possession of a controlled substance, a class C felony punishable by up to...
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Old Harbor digs offer new clues into Kodiak’s past
A project building the future of air travel in Old Harbor has provided never-before-seen clues into Kodiak’s past. Archaeologists from the Alutiiq Museum have returned from six and a half weeks of work on a trio of sites demolished as part of a runway expansion project. Ahead of the bulldozers, t...
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Smoking ban passes first vote
With a 6-1 vote, the Kodiak Island Borough assembly pushed a controversial ban on public smoking past its first hurdle. Tuesday night's vote merely means the proposal will come back in two weeks for what undoubtedly will be a hotly contested second vote. If approved at that meeting, the ban would...
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Kodiak Post 17 hosts South in four-game series
Kodiak Post 17 manager Leonard Pickett got an unwelcome sight when he arrived at Monday’s American Legion baseball practice. A construction crew from Anchorage was taking down the Baranof Field fences in preparation for the instillation of outfield artificial turf. The problem: The crew was a wee...
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KEA board authorizes $10 million for backup’s backup diesel
“Better safe than sorry” could be the motto of the Kodiak Electric Association. On Thursday, the electric cooperative’s board of directors unanimously voted to allow CEO Darron Scott to borrow up to $10 million to purchase a new 4.4 megawatt emergency diesel generator. The generator will act as a...
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