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Murkowski not committed to GOP candidate
Sen. Lisa Murkowski, R-Alaska, said she has not settled on a candidate to support in the upcoming presidential election and left open the possibility that she could cast her vote across party lines. “I’m being very ecumenical in all this,” Murkowski said during an interview after she spoke at a C...
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Stutes OK with election challenge
Rep. Louise Stutes says a challenge for her position in the Alaska State House of Representatives will be good for Kodiak and for District 32. “That’s good for the community. A choice is good,” Stutes said. “I feel like I’ve worked hard and done a good job ... I’ve tried to be communicative. If I...
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Navy reps explain GOA training
Representatives from the U.S. Navy presented at ComFish about training in the Gulf of Alaska and tried to assuage concerns over last year’s training. The Northern Edge training occurs every two years, said Alex Stone, who does environmental planning for the Navy, with the next one planned for ear...
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Champs are back
For the fifth time in program history, the Kodiak boys’ track and field team begins the season as the defending 4A state champions. The previous four times never resulted in a repeat. Will that change this season? Senior Kordell Pillans believes it can. “Two out of the three track seasons that I ...
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Wandersee, UAA in Division II title game
Kodiak’s Hannah Wandersee has played in big games before. Two years ago, she helped lead the Kodiak High School girls’ basketball team to the program’s first state title in two decades with a 65-41 win over Colony in the 4A championship game. That win capped a perfect 27-0 season. On Monday, Wand...
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Achievers: April 1
Kodiak CAP wins state contest Led by Coach Esley Ottesen, high school students Samantha Torkildsen and Evan Josh Jones from the Kodiak Civil Air Patrol Composite Squadron excelled in the CyberPatriot VIII State Round held Jan. 29-31, demonstrating teamwork, critical thinking skills, and technical...
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Study looks at loans to halt ‘graying of the fleet’
Young fishermen face challenges entering the fishing industry; that was the topic at the first forum during ComFish 2016. “Over the decades that we’ve all been here, some of us, we’ve seen and experienced a lot of changes, and it’s important to understand the trend and use our collective island e...
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TAPESTRY: Jake Jacobson flying high in third book
Tying down an airplane for the night is like putting a child to bed, said Jake Jacobson, as he commented on the advice he gives in his third book, “Alaska Flying: Incidents and Accidents.” Jake’s first two books, “Alaska Hunting: Earthworms to Elephants” and “Alaska Tales: Laughs and Surprises,” ...
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