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Kodiak Island Births: Feb. 4
• Faylin Jade Patterson was born at 12:41 a.m. Jan. 25, 2014 to Keeley Wall and Seth Patterson. She weighed 7 pounds, 14 ounces and measured 20 inches long. Her parents are originally from Kodiak. Proud grandparents are Dianne and Michael Patterson and Kristie and Michael Wall. • Olivia Carolyn H...
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C.G. report shows increasing border violations
The US Coast Guard is reporting a surge in the number of foreign fishing vessels encroaching upon Alaska’s ocean borders. According to a report to be released at this week’s meeting of the North Pacific Fishery Management Council, the number of incursions increased 300 percent — from 10 to 30 — b...
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Capitol Report: Feb. 4
As the Co-chair of the House Finance Committee The first two weeks of session were incredibly busy. We met which each of the state department heads to get a sense of what they would like to see in FY15 and how that relates to the Governor’s budget proposal. In addition, we have heard many present...
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Obituary: Benjamin Tobias Fogler
Our arms are empty and our hearts are shattered. Precious baby Benjamin, your very short time with us brightened our lives and graced us with a feeling of renewal. Our little cowboy, you are dearly loved and will be terribly missed. Benjamin Tobias Fogler passed away peacefully in his sleep Jan. ...
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Sweet peas brighten up gloomy days
January is over and we’re one month closer to the gardening season. I’ve been getting emails and comments from local growers for something, anything to ease the blur of dreary weather. So how about starting seeds indoors? What kind of seeds? Well, it’s time to start plants like celery, but I’m th...
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Rainiest, warmest January in years
Rain fell on Kodiak for 19 straight days, but as the calendar turned its page, the rain stopped. Twenty-five of Kodiak’s 31 January days had rain or snow, and 2014 will go into the history books with the third-wettest January in recorded history. According to National Weather Service records, onl...
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City, borough put adviser under a microscope
City and borough officials are taking a hard look at Heather McCarty as the next government fisheries analyst in Kodiak. Kodiak’s city and borough governments have been without a fisheries adviser since last year, when Denby Lloyd resigned. The search for Lloyd’s replacement has been a slow one, ...
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Alcohol forum shares stories of suffering, triumph
On Friday night, Kodiak parents and teens heard from speakers who are passionate about the risks of teenage drinking. Among them were a doctor, a district attorney, a two teenage youth court judges and a 28-year-old man who spoke in public for the first time about his experience going to jail at ...
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