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Public Safety Blotter: June 17
May 30, 2014 • At 1:02 a.m., police received a 911 call about a disturbance on Hillside Drive. The disturbance was gone when police arrived. • At 1:12 a.m., someone on Selief Lane called 911 and hung up. It was a misdial. • At 1:31 a.m., police received a call requesting public assistance on Ersk...
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Kodiak Island Births: June 17
• Christopher Robert Medeiros was born at 3:43 p.m. June 9, 2014, to Amelia and Alex Medeiros. He weighed 8 pounds, 11.6 ounces and measured 21.75 inches long. His parents are originally from Lodi, California, and now live in Kodiak. His father is in the Coast Guard in Kodiak. Grandparents are Ro...
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Outdoor Kodiak: An early start for pink salmon
With the focus on king salmon over the last month, you’d think most of the questions I hear involve those great brawlers. Not so! Here’s what I’m hearing: “Are you seeing any pink salmon yet, Hank?” It’s quite a jump from 30-pound king salmon to 3-pound pinks, so you have to wonder why folks are ...
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Post 17 splits with defending champs
Kodiak Post 17 opened its first American Legion varsity baseball season in nearly three decades by splitting a four-game series with defending champion Chugiak. On Saturday, the Bears won the first conference game, 8-3, and dropped the second conference game, 7-4, at Baranof Field. Chugiak won th...
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Dunbar goes out champ-style
Trevor Dunbar closed out his stellar college career as a national champion. The University of Oregon men captured their first outdoor track and field title in 30 years on Saturday at historic Hayward Field in Eugene, Oregon, and Dunbar played a huge role in ending the drought. A day before, the K...
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Dunbar finishes college career a champion
Trevor Dunbar closed out his stellar college career as a national champion. The University of Oregon men captured their first outdoor track and field title in 30 years on Saturday at historic Hayward Field in Eugene, Oregon, and Dunbar played a huge role in ending the drought. A day before, the K...
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Kodiak celebrates Flag Day
Dozens of Kodiakans met at Camp Mueller for a celebration of Flag Day, sponsored by the Kodiak Elks Club, the Veterans of Foreign Wars and the American Legion. All Elks clubs are required to commemorate Flag Day, said James Swearingin, the leader of the Elks, at the beginning of the celebration. ...
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Museum hosts Baranov experts from his hometown
Russians perceive Alexander Baranov as a “great man” comparable to Columbus who used an authoritarian style of leadership because the difficulty of the situation in Alaska demanded it. The Baranov Museum hosted two men from Baranov’s hometown of Kargopol: Andrei Agapitov, a high school teacher an...
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