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Alaska State Troopers: Aug. 7
July 31 • At 10:40 p.m., Alaska State Troopers were notified of a female assault victim at Providence Kodiak Island Medical Center. The investigation led to the arrest of a man for assault in the fourth degree domestic violence.
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Stage and Screen: 'A Most Wanted Man' pays tribute to Seymour
“A Most Wanted Man” – Hoffman Excellent – The Film Not So Much “A Most Wanted Man” (2014) is a sad homage to the great actor Philip Seymour Hoffman who tragically died at age 46. Hoffman’s performance skills are legendary. In looking through his filmography to select his best film I was only able...
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Letter to the Editor: National sales tax is a terrible idea
To the Editor, At a recent debate in Homer, Mead Treadwell said he supports the national sales tax being pushed by D.C. groups such as the Club for Growth. The national sales tax idea has been around awhile, but it hasn't been talked about much in Alaska — because it is a terrible idea. A nationa...
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There is a vehicle pursuit in town; please drive with caution and pull over for Police Officers & Troopers.
There is a vehicle pursuit in town; please drive with caution and pull over for Police Officers & Troopers.
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Alaska sets tourism record last year, Kodiak numbers increasing this year
Alaska saw record tourist numbers last year, according to a recently released State of Alaska report, and although Kodiak didn’t do as well, the numbers are increasing this year. Overall, Alaska had 1,966,700 tourists visit the state between May 2013 and April 2014. The previous high was in 2007-...
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KHS cross country practice begins
Anthony Rubina showed up for Tuesday’s Kodiak High School cross country practice a bit sleepy-eyed. The rising KHS senior rolled out of bed just minutes before the 9 a.m. practice — the team’s second practice of the 2014 season. “I’m not used to waking up this early, yet,” Rubina said. School doe...
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One candidate so far is running in local elections
With a week and a half left for candidates to sign up to run for 17 seats in the City of Kodiak and Kodiak Island Borough, only one candidate has signed up so far. Incumbent assembly member Dave Kaplan has filed to run again for his seat. The other assembly members up for re-election are Tuck Bon...
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Alaska Science Forum: High-tech bird decoy fools flycatchers
Julie Hagelin needed a fake bird. She found one in an unexpected place. The biologist for the Alaska Department of Fish and Game is studying the mysterious olive-sided flycatcher, known for its piercing "quick, three beers!" heard above black spruce bogs throughout Alaska. The bird, which weighs ...
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