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Stephens leaves borough work session over police presence
Assemblyman Mel Stephens walked out of Thursday’s Kodiak Island Borough Assembly work session at the beginning of the meeting because a police officer was in attendance. Last week, at least two assembly members, Dave Kaplan and Chris Lynch, said they received threatening phone calls over a contro...
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Dunbar cashes in
After a successful professional running debut in Europe, Kodiak's Trevor Dunbar returned to the states and cashed in with a pair of top finishes. On Friday, Dunbar finished third in the GNC Live Well Liberty Mile in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania with a time of 4 minutes, 4 seconds. Dunbar won $1,500 f...
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Garden Gate: Late summer brings lovely colors
During the month of August, we will lose 2 hours and 20 minutes of daylight. Does that mean that summer, this wonderfully warm and blessed summer, is almost over? It’s easy to throw your hands up and slip into the mental rut that this year’s gardening season is already behind us. But even though ...
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Coast Guard medevacs woman from Saltery Cove
The Coast Guard medevaced an injured 50-year-old woman on Friday after an ATV accident in Saltery Cove. The accident was reported to the Kodiak Police Department, but “due to the nature of the injuries and the remote location of the accident,” the police department asked for assistance from the C...
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Philippine Consulate General outreach helps Kodiak residents with legal documents
Kodiak’s Filipino population spent the weekend getting their legal affairs in order with the help of the Philippine Consulate General’s office of San Francisco. Consulate officials visited the city at the behest of and worked in conjunction with the Filipino American Association of Kodiak to help...
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Fish Factor: Permits may not be required to clean fishing decks
Fishermen won’t need special permits to hose off their decks thanks to a bill moving through the US Senate. That’s garnered a big sigh of relief from harvesters across the nation and kudos to a rare show of bipartisanship by coastal lawmakers, notably Senators Mark Begich of Alaska and Marco Rubi...
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Celebrating the Coast Guard's birthday
Greetings from the men and women of Air Station Kodiak on the 224th birthday of the United States Coast Guard! It is an honor for each one of us to serve and live in such a beautiful and inclusive community. Thank you for your continued support of Coast Guard members and families in Kodiak. Our u...
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Animal shelter sign vandalized
The Kodiak Animal Shelter sign was vandalized either late Wednesday or early Thursday when someone used red spray paint to put “For Sale” along with a smiley face and an expletive abbreviation on the sign. Jean Lilly, the shelter manager, said they do have some information on a possible suspect b...
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