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Tapestry: Gerald Chichenoff returns to childhood home
Home is a place that brings out the kid in you, no matter what the age. Recently visiting Kodiak with his wife, Arva, 80-year-old Gerald Chichenoff recalled going to his boyhood haunts, sledding toward the beach and walking through a stream in town that was so thick with salmon, that he kicked th...
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Teeing Off: A list of what Gizmo is thankful for
Since Thanksgiving was a day ago, it makes sense to turn this into a column full of thanks. What did you expect? An investigative piece on the proper way to cook a turkey. According to San Francisco 49ers coach Jim Harbaugh, it is all about the texture of the turkey. I tend to gravitate more towa...
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Assembly to decide on letter
Due to lack of a quorum, the Kodiak Island Borough Assembly delayed a decision on a letter regarding trip limits of pollock in the state trawl fishery beginning in January. Currently, during the walleye pollock trawl fishery in Prince William Sound, fishermen are allowed to keep 300,000 pounds of...
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Bears and b-boys battle it out
The Bears growled and tried their hip-hop routine, but a group of breakdancers flipped, flopped and twirled their way into the fan’s hearts packed inside the Gerald C. Wilson Auditorium Tuesday afternoon. The girls on the Kodiak High School dance team gave it all they had, but the b-boys ultimate...
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Election results certified
More than 50 percent of Alaska State House District 32 registered voters turned out for the 2014 general election, according to the certified election results. The results, which were certified Monday afternoon by the Division of Elections, gave Republican Sen.-elect Louise Stutes the win over De...
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Jerica Nelson debuts at Great Alaska Shootout
Kodiak’s own Jerica Nelson got a taste of an Alaska Thanksgiving tradition Tuesday night in Anchorage. The 2014 KHS graduate participated in her first Great Alaska Shootout as a member of the University of Alaska women’s basketball team. It was a brief initiation into the tournament, though. Nels...
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ESS splits on trip
After enduring a bumpy ferry ride to the Kenai Peninsula, Kodiak’s Emerging Small School mix-6 volleyball squad suffered its first loss of the season to Seldovia. Seldovia downed ESS, 3-1, Thursday. It was the Sea Otters first win over the Ravens in three tries. “They just had the home-court adva...
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Runners prep for Turkey Trot
Looking to burn a few calories before Thanksgiving dinner? Kodiak’s annual Turkey Trot 5-kilometer fun run begins at 10 a.m. at the Teen Center. The event also includes a 2-mile health walk that begins the same time as the run. Registration starts at 9:15 a.m. The race starts and ends at the Teen...
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