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PREP PICKS: Week 4 brings halfway mark of football season
The midway point of the Alaska High School season is here — it actually kicked off Thursday night with a pair of games involving Mat-Su area teams. Palmer (2-1) traveled to Eagle River (0-2) for a Northern Lights Conference matchup, while Dimond (2-1) played at Wasilla (0-3). I’m a bit disappoint...
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KHS swimming dives into season looking to extend streaks
For those thinking Kodiak’s reign atop the Region III girls swimming podium might be over, think again. Yes, even without the dominant duo of Ila Hughes and Tahna Lindquist, the Bears enter the 2015 season with sights set on extending their regional championship streak to nine. “Hopefully we can ...
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KANA president meets Obama, talks about issues confronting Alaska communities
The president and CEO of Kodiak Area Native Association was among Alaska Native leaders who participated in a roundtable discussion with President Obama in Anchorage on Monday as the U.S. leader kicked off his three-day Alaska trip. Andy Teuber said Alaska native leaders spent an hour with Obama ...
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DOT issues campaign sign law reminder
The Alaska Department of Transportation and Public Facilities has issued a reminder of campaign signage laws as elections approach. Under state law, signs cannot be placed within the right-of-way of roads or highways belonging to the state. Outdoor advertising also can’t be placed within 660 feet...
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Seafood company indicted for waste, oil discharge near Kodiak
An Anchorage grand jury indicted East West Seafoods, LLC, this summer on four counts of allegedly illegally dumping oil and raw sewage into waters around the Kodiak Archipelago, including in St. Paul Harbor, near Ouzinkie and between Long Island and Spruce Island. The company and manager Christos...
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Troopers seek info on vandalized truck
Alaska State Troopers responded to a vandalism report Saturday and found a truck with its windshield and rear window broken, according to a trooper report. The 2000 Chevrolet pickup was parked and unattended at White Sands Beach Saturday morning and both windows “had been smashed out by someone” ...
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The Week in Words: Fire
As you can probably guess, this week many people requested I write about “fire,” the obvious word of the week. As I’m writing this column, we don’t know too much about the cause of the devastating Chiniak wildfire last week, we do know quite a bit about the word “fire.” “Fire” is our modern spell...
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MOUNTAIN VIEW: Partners share in passing lifestyle to baby
This is the third and final piece in a series focusing on the transition to motherhood and working to find a balance with motherhood, exercise, work, time for self, etc. This series includes perspective from several local moms on their experiences of making the transition to motherhood. This week...
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