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Kodiak basketball opens NLC Championships against Palmer
Kodiak and Palmer basketball play a co-ed doubleheader on the first day of the Northern Lights Conference Championships that begin Thursday at Palmer High School. The sixth-seeded Kodiak girls tip things off against third-seeded Palmer at 6:30 p.m. The Bears enter tournament play with a 0-10 NLC ...
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ALUMNI ROUNDUP: Hoopsters continue seasons
A trio of former Kodiak High School basketball stars kept their college seasons alive on Saturday. Hannah Wandersee and the University of Alaska Anchorage women’s basketball team captured its second straight Great Northwest Athletic Conference title with a 77-57 victory over Montana State Billing...
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Local Results: March 8
City League Basketball Championship games Sunday, March 6 C Division St. Innocent’s 45, Associated Island Brokers 44 John Hartung 13 points, Alexsey Gonopolskiy 10, Anton Gonopolskiy 10, Aidan Hoyle 6 and Tristian Amodo 6 for St. Innocent’s. Jayson Sabangan 22 points, Lito Pineda 8, Daryl Villanu...
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Assembly: No marijuana sales for one year
The Kodiak Island Borough Assembly voted 4-2 to opt out of commercial marijuana facilities in Kodiak for one year and will likely create a task force to make local regulations. For an hour during public hearing on an ordinance introduced by assembly member Mel Stephens, the public testified for a...
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KMS principal, vice try day in the life
As it turns out, being a middle schooler is tough work, even for an adult. This according to Kodiak Middle School vice principal Damon Hargraves who, along with principal Jethro Jones, participated in Shadow a Student week. The week was part of a nationwide campaign urging school leaders to spend...
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Goofus bill takes aim at sex education
To the editor: I have become intrigued by an unusual bill making its way through this legislative session, SB 89. In part, this bill requires written permission from a child’s parent before that child may participate in any school activity involving “sexual matters.” So, does this mean that if yo...
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Demand 100 percent observer coverage
To the editor: Federal fisheries management requires good science and data adequate for analysis. Improvement involves more at-sea monitoring (ASM), i.e. observer coverage. Last December, Sen. Kelly Ayotte, R-New Hapmpshire, was joined by Sen. Jeanne Shaheen, D-New Hampshire, writing to the Depar...
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GARDEN GATE: Enjoy all the carrots of the rainbow
As the saying goes, it’s better to light a candle than curse the darkness, an axiom we can apply to our seemingly unending stretch of rain: It’s better to plant flowers than curse the weather. By “plant” flowers, I’m saying that simply gathering flowers around you (store-bought bouquets, forced h...
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