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Museum gains new submarine model
The Kodiak Military History Museum has a new model of a World War II Japanese submarine made by a volunteer. The Japanese I-25 carried a small floatplane that was launched from the submarine’s deck. During one patrol, the Yokosuka E14Y “Glen” plane flew over Kodiak on a reconnaissance mission unn...
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435 STUDENTS VISITED: KMS teachers, staff start school in positive way
It’s a story that delivers a smile. On Aug. 19, Kodiak Middle School Principal Jethro Jones and Assistant Principal Damon Hargraves led 14 teachers, 3 paraprofessionals, and a mental health clinician as they visited the homes of all 435 KMS students, a feat they accomplished in one day. There was...
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Ceremony helps welcome new CEO to Providence Kodiak Island Medical Center
In the tradition of Providence, Barbara Bigelow, the new administrator and CEO for Providence Kodiak Island Medical Center, was officially welcomed to Kodiak via what’s known as a “missioning ceremony.” This ceremony has been a tradition in Providence for nearly as long as the organization has be...
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Hocum to play junior hockey in Minn.
Kodiak High School does not have a hockey team, but that isn’t stopping Aaron Hocum from playing. Over the summer, the senior inked a contract with Minnesota’s Blaine Energy, a Tier III Junior team that is part of the United States Premier Hockey League. You may be wondering how a team from Minne...
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Troy Butler
Troy Butler born Aug. 4, 1960 gone from us Aug. 18, 2015. Long time Kodiak resident loved sport fishing, camping, riding four-wheelers and cruising his Harley. He loved just being outdoors with his Kodiak family Sam and Jeana Bryant. Troy worked construction on the island for many years. Always a...
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Gravel pits leave a legacy of scars
To the Editor, I am so disheartened to hear that the Near Island gravel pit was granted a conditional use permit, even though it has been in violation of Borough code. For goodness sake, gravel pits have become the most prominent visual features of our supposedly beautiful city. Moreover, the loc...
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ALASKA SCIENCE FORUM: A float down the Tanana River
This is not Henry Allen's Tanana River. Nor is it the Trail River of people living here thousands of years before the nineteenth-century government explorer struggled his way down the Tanana. But it seems close. I'm on a family trip down the wide brown river, starting where it arcs from the mount...
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This is not who we are, Kodiak
“The secret of freedom lies in educating people, whereas the secret of tyranny is in keeping them ignorant.” - Maximilien Robespierre Last week in these pages my very good friend Andy Lundquist raised the call for a cohesive community, as in citizen, effort to stop the rampant drug-related crime ...
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