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KHS boys soccer wins regional thriller
Down 2-0 to Wasilla in its opening match at the Northern Lights Conference Championships, Kodiak’s boys soccer team never panicked. The Bears clawed back, forced overtime and won in a 5-4 shootout Thursday afternoon in Kenai. The thrilling victory — the program’s first at the conference tournamen...
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Chick Priest: Safe after rough slide into new home base
It is 10:28 a.m. as I write this, and I have been up since 5:10 a.m., having slept in the Anchorage airport on my way back to Fairbanks from Harrisburg since yesterday. I am ready to be settled, but that won’t happen for a long time. I discover when I go to baggage claim that I forgot to tell the...
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Rockin' Out: On cloud in Norway
Kygo is a Norwegian DJ, songwriter, producer and musician. He started to learn to play the piano at age 6 and is still playing today. He has released several singles, such as “ID,” “Here For You” and “Stay.” Kygo’s first studio album, “Cloud Nine,” was released on May 13. I like Kygo’s music beca...
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KHS baseball battles Colony
Kodiak’s baseball team finishes the regular season with a pair of home games against Colony. Friday’s 5 p.m. game counts in the Southcentral Conference standings, while Saturday’s 2 p.m. game is nonconference. Kodiak enters the final weekend tied with Homer for the third seed in the South with 3-...
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Diamond ladies fall to Wasilla
Kodiak’s softball team dropped an 11-1 decision to Wasilla in a nonconference game Thursday in the Mat-Su Valley. Victoria Beaver hit a single and scored Kodiak’s only run. The Bears (1-11) plays today at Palmer and Saturday at Colony.
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Troopers shoot young bear just outside city
Alaska Wildlife Troopers shot and killed a young, male bear Wednesday afternoon after a week of sightings in town, including near an elementary school. Sgt. Shane Nicholson of AWT shot the bear at approximately 2 p.m. near a fence separating two properties on Spruce Cape Road, less than a half mi...
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Providence preps for third health survey
This weekend, Providence Kodiak Island Medical Center begins its third Community Health Needs Assessment. The 34-question survey, conducted every three years, asks questions about health insurance coverage, recent visits to medical professionals, community health concerns and questions that asses...
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Himelbloom turning fast laps after fixing iron levels
Thanks to a keen coaching eye, Kodiak’s Arielle Himelbloom has exploded onto the running scene. A year ago, as a sophomore, Himelbloom was struggling. She trained hard but wasn’t getting the results. It was like her feet were stuck in cement. “I would pump my arms really fast and I couldn’t go an...
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