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Prete earns top billing in Big Buck contest
Patience paid off for Dustin Prete. Nearly three weeks before the end of hunting season on Kodiak Island, Prete, 34, bagged a massive buck that earned him top billing in the 2015 Eric Lochman Big Buck contest, sponsored by Big Ray’s. The Sitka black-tailed deer he shot weighed approximately 175 p...
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Public Safety Blotter: Jan. 8
Nov. 11 At 12:25 a.m., police gave a man in the 200 block of Marine Way a no camping inside city limits warning. At 12:30 a.m., police warned a speeding driver in the 800 block of East Marine Way. At 8:23 a.m., police warned a driver in the 800 block of East Rezanof Drive for having a non-illumin...
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In the Courts: Jan. 8
Jeffery F. Caldejon pleaded guilty to violate protective order. Caldejon was sentenced to 210 days in jail (207 suspended) and fined $1,000 and placed on probation for two years. Dennis J. Click pleaded guilty to driving without a valid operator license. Click was placed on probation for one year...
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ACS owns first day of the Floyd
The Anchorage Christian School Lions owned the first day of the 49th Joe Floyd Ravn Alaska Winter Basketball Classic. The Lions swept North Pole in a co-ed doubleheader Thursday at Kodiak High School. Led by 18 points from 5-foot-10 sophomore Chaunice Carr, the Lady Lions raced past North Pole 64...
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TAPESTRY: Food is drawing card at Russian New Year’s Ball
Everybody loves the annual Russian New Year’s Masquerade Ball. It brightens up the dreary, rain-soaked days with garish costumes, lively music provided this year by Pilot Bread, exciting prizes, and endearing company of friends in a hall filled with the aroma of food — succulent hams, golden piro...
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Teeing Off: Honoring Ken Griffey Jr.
The Kid is in. There was never a doubt that Ken Griffey Jr. would get elected to the Baseball Hall of Fame. The only question was would he be the first unanimous inductee? Griffey was close, appearing on a record 99.3 percent of the ballots. He received 447 of a possible 450 votes. Who were the t...
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Cheap rooms in Heaven await rude people
If ever I need to be reminded that I have spent too much time doing church stuff, I need only ask a coffee shop barista or one of my nephews, "What are people talking about these days?" Or, "What should I write about in my column?" This Wednesday, I asked this of Matty, one of my favorite barista...
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AMAZING NATURE: Turning a New Leaf for the Ocean in the New Year
Last Friday was the first day of a new year, a good time for new beginnings. I have always found the question about New Year’s resolutions awkward, because I try to live my life a day at a time and make the most of every day. Should that not mean that a year is a progression of small resolutions ...
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