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Kodiak rape suspect pleads guilty to coercion and attempted assault
A Kodiak man accused of rape has pleaded guilty to coercion and attempted assault in the first degree, avoiding trial and sidestepping the possibility that the sexual-assault victim might be required to testify in public, District Attorney Steve Wallace said Wednesday. As a result of the deal, Ro...
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Bill McGuire takes over KHS football
An injury changed Bill McGuire’s path in football. After a torn ACL and MCL ended his playing days at Montana State University Northern, he traded his helmet for a whistle and has spent the last decade coaching in college and high school. Over Christmas break, McGuire was named Kodiak High School...
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P&Z struggles finding new hearing venue
After what was by many accounts the biggest turnout for a city or borough meeting in Kodiak history, the Planning and Zoning Commission is struggling to find a bigger venue for hearings on the proposed updates to three sections of the island’s borough code. Almost 70 people testified at Monday’s ...
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Kodiak’s roads bear brunt of incessant rain
A heavy dose of rain hammered Kodiak during the past couple of months, triggering small landslides, flooding out a road and puncturing asphalt, officials said. The effect is easier to notice on Mill Bay Road, which has deep grooves and even potholes worn into the pavement from the estimated 12,00...
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Alaska breweries rising to the top of competition
Alaskans like to work hard and play hard — and sometimes there is a market waiting to be tapped where the two overlap. Case in point, Alaska’s thriving small brewing scene: a great example of Alaskan small business success. One of the little known facts about our state’s economic picture is that ...
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Public Safety Blotter: Jan. 15
Dec. 26 At 2:11 a.m., police conducted a security check on Mill Bay Road. At 2:22 a.m., police warned a driver on Alimaq Drive about equipment problems. At 9:55 a.m., a caller reported malicious mischief on Mill Bay Road. It’s under investigation. At 10:19 a.m., a caller reported theft. It’s unde...
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Dimond's girls rise in hoop rankings
Thunder Mountain’s stay as the top 4A girls team in the state was a short one. Dimond replaced Thunder Mountain as the top team in the Alaska Association of Basketball Coaches weekly rankings. The Falcons swept Sitka in a pair of games last week to improve to 9-1, but dropped to No. 2 just a week...
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Local Results: Jan. 15
City League Basketball Monday, Jan. 12 Golden Alaska 88, Camai 81 Jeff Ryser 32 points, Zach Keplinger 20, JR Valladolid 17, Julian Hiner 13, Ben Watkins 2, Joey Rauwolf 2 and Marco Pattatucci 2 for Golden Alaska. Jon Sanchez 27 points, Jemuel Medina 25, Karl McLaughlin 15, Tommy Johnson 6, Rex B...
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