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No walking to one Art Walk location
This month’s Kodiak Arts Council First Friday Art Walk showcases jewelry, photography, quilts, and one location not within walking distance, unless you live in Chiniak. Sue Baker’s Clay Creek Pottery studio is a 45-minute drive from the city of Kodiak. The event flyer notes “Walking to Chiniak is...
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DAVID PESTRIKOFF
Well-loved Kodiak resident David Pestrikoff, 75, passed away peacefully in Kodiak on Friday, Aug. 22, after an extended period of hospitalization. David was born in Ouzinkie on Aug. 6, 1939, to Mary (Katelnikoff) Peterson and Nicholi Pestrikoff. Shortly after the death of his father at about the ...
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Stage and Screen: 'Boyhood' – you’ll grow old before he foes
“Boyhood” (2014) is Richard Linklater’s epic, groundbreaking film about the growth and development of a five year-old boy named Mason Evans, Jr. (Ellar Coltrane.) Epic is defined through Google as “a long film, book, or other work portraying heroic deeds and adventures or covering an extended per...
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Playbook: Sept. 4
Friday, Sept. 5 Swimming: Kodiak at the Homer Invitational at Homer High School. Volleyball: Kodiak at Colony. C squad, 3 p.m.; junior varsity, 4 p.m.; varsity, 5:30 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 6 Football: Kodiak at Colony. Junior varsity, 11 a.m.; varsity, 2 p.m. Swimming: Kodiak at the Homer Invitatio...
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Alumni update: Anthony starts senior season strong
Kodiak’s Dylan Anthony started his senior cross country season at the University of Alaska Anchorage with a bang. The Kodiak High School graduate finished second in the season opener at the Hawaii Invitational in Hilo, Hawaii. Anthony was edged by freshman teammate Henry Cheseto. Times were not a...
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Market welcomes tourists
With six vendors displaying handmade items including jewelry, etched glass, basketry and tanning, the year’s penultimate Bear Town Market welcomed a stream of tourists, Tuesday at the Sun’aq Tribal Hall. One more opportunity remains for local artisans to offer their wares to cruise ship passenger...
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Bartlett, Soldotna top prep rankings
Bartlett and Soldotna grabbed the top spots in this week’s Alaska Sports Broadcasting Network’s football poll. Bartlett, playing on its new artificial turf field for the first time, defeated Chugiak, 31-20, to steal the top large-school spot away from South Anchorage. South dropped to No. 3 after...
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Council votes down NDAA resolution, approves deputy city manager
The council last Thursday voted down a resolution to support repealing the National Defense Authorization Act, which some say infringes on liberties and is un-constitutional. Before the vote, council members commented on it. Council member Terry Haines said, “This is just us putting our hands up ...
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