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Baranof Park ice rink opens Monday
There will be no abbreviated skating season this year. The Baranof Park ice rink is scheduled to open Monday, a month ahead of its opening a year ago. A midsummer arson attack last year kept the rink closed until December. The season then was cut short a week when the rink’s only working refriger...
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Around Kodiak: Nov. 1
Legislators in schools The Kodiak Borough Education Association, in collaboration with the Kodiak Island Borough School District, hosts the Legislators in Schools event Friday. Sen. Gary Stevens and Rep. Alan Austerman will be visiting Kodiak schools for the day. They will visit classrooms and ta...
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Tapestry: Jim Brighenti was no 'ordinary' guy
If we’ve learned anything in Kodiak, it’s that there is no such thing as an ordinary person. I mistook Jim Brighenti for just an “ordinary guy” when he helped out at Katmai Wilderness Lodge in 1998. I was a cook and I’m not sure what his official position was. What I remembered most about him was...
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Kodiak man appointed to Alaska Aerospace board
Gov. Sean Parnell has reappointed a Kodiak resident to the Alaska Aerospace Corporation board of directors. The board of directors oversees the Alaska Aerospace Corporation, which was established by the state to develop an aerospace industry in Alaska. Alaska Aerospace operates the Kodiak Launch ...
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Alutiiq Word of the Week: Arctic Entry
Siinaq - Kellidoor; Arctic Entry Cuumi, siinami taangapet puckaani et’aallriit. - Before, in the kellidor we kept our water in barrels. In northern climates where people rely on heavy clothing, stored foods, and sophisticated technologies for survival, storing one’s supplies is always a concern. ...
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Borough may seek more money for landfill
The Kodiak Island Borough may seek more money to pay for its ongoing landfill expansion project. In a work session Tuesday night, the borough assembly discussed seeking a $3.4 million “line of credit” from the state’s clean water loan fund. The new money may be required if bids for a water treatm...
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Congratulations, Kodiak
From: The Kodiak Public Library Association Kodiak, stand up and take a bow. The Kodiak Public Library Association wrapped up the Living, Learning & Growing capital campaign for the new library last week, and we’ve tallied up the final contributions. In total, people in Kodiak and a few friends f...
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Two accused of robbing a man have charges dropped
The two people accused of robbing a man and stealing his pants in July had their robbery charges dropped. Cynthia Bean, 40, and Joseph Iannon Jr, 47, were accused of robbing a man of his pants and thousands of dollars in cash while he was sitting downtown near the Safeway liquor store. Bean faced...
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