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Public safety blotter: May 13
Sunday, May 4 • Around 1:42 a.m., six bar checks were conducted downtown. • At 3:58 a.m., a driver on Mill Bay Road was advised for not having a license plate light. • At 9:36 a.m., a caller requested a welfare check on Mill Bay Road; all was OK. • At 11:45 a.m., a caller reported aggressive dogs...
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In the courts: May 13
Courts 5/13 Dismissals • One count of forgery in the second degree and one count of theft in the second degree against Rashel S. White, 41, were dismissed. • Two counts of misconduct involving a controlled substance against Richard L. Brown, 47, were dismissed. • One count of assault in the fourt...
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Outdoor Kodiak: Stormy, cloudy days rock for Dollies
While the Dolly migration might not be at its peak, there are certainly enough fish in rivers to keep you looking for more. I enjoy Dolly fishing that incorporates a bit of a hunt for the fish, rather than finding hordes in every pool and other spot with slow moving water. I’m a lot more entertai...
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Kodiak police may team with FBI on drug hunts
As local drug busts have helped law enforcement gain some momentum in the drug war, a recent city council discussion revealed a new possible tack: giving local police the power to conduct investigations from outside Kodiak. The city is now examining a proposal from the Federal Bureau of Investiga...
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Assembly considers final KIBSD funding
The Kodiak Island Borough Assembly will take up a school funding resolution with a starting point of a 9.16 mill rate at its May 15 regular meeting. During a work session Thursday, assembly members discussed a draft ordinance that would set the minimum amount of borough contribution to the school...
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Kodiak softball hammers Kenai, Skyview
All it took was a little sun to heat up Kodiak’s softball team. Playing in 60-degree weather and under a cloudless sky, the Bears grabbed control of the Northern Lights Conference with a four-game sweep of Skyview and Kenai Friday and Saturday in their first home games of the season at East Addit...
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City prepares fiscal 2015 budget; 7 percent lower than 2015
The city of Kodiak hosted a Saturday work session to hammer out its budget beginning July 1 for fiscal year 2015. City council members and managers rolled up their sleeves in the Kodiak Public Library in an informal meeting on May 10 and came away with a budget that was 7 percent leaner than the ...
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Garden Gate: Grandma Boswell’s healing taters
To Charlaine Siefert, the potato is more medicine than food. In fact, potatoes have been a tool in her home medicine kit for over fifty years. “The introduction to its use was a gift from my grandmother, Grandma Boswell of Plummer, Idaho.” Charlaine shared a couple of her potato experiences durin...
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