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Burglars targeting empty homes
Burglaries in Kodiak, some involving the theft of firearms, have increased in the past couple months, according to the Alaska State Troopers. Robert Casey with the troopers in Kodiak said he did not have exact numbers, but, “There has been an increase from what is the typical normal flow, and the...
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Burglaries, firearm burglaries increase say troopers
Burglaries in Kodiak, including burglaries involving the theft of firearms, have increased in the past couple months, according to the Alaska State Troopers. Robert Casey with the Alaska State Troopers in Kodiak said he did not have exact numbers for how burglaries have increased, but said, “Ther...
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Alaska Aerospace Corp. seeks to privatize
JUNEAU — The president and CEO of the Alaska Aerospace Corp. said Monday that the board of the state-owned corporation has recommended it pursue becoming a private company. Craig Campbell said the recommendation has been delivered to Gov. Bill Walker, who has not yet said how he would like to pro...
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Assembly talks federal lease, manager hiring
The Kodiak Island Borough assembly discussed options for leasing the Kodiak Fisheries Research Center, the building occupied by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Association, and a quicker timeline for hiring a new borough manager. Borough manager Bud Cassidy said the federal entity is seeking...
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Trees blow down, damage cemetery
About 20 trees blew down in the City Cemetery on Rezanof Drive during last week’s high winds. Corey Gronn, director of the City of Kodiak Parks and Recreation department, said Parks and Rec personnel and Public Works personnel took three to four days to remove the trees. For one of the larger tre...
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Reporter's Notebook: Plunge into new life, year
In May, I packed my Corolla with only what I considered necessities and left West Virginia, the only place I had ever lived, to traverse the 4,500 miles to a new home in Kodiak. To many, a move to Alaska seemed extreme, but to me it was an opportunity to live life with no regrets. I had created a...
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Trump, Putin right on Mideast policy
To the editor: Donald Trump recently cancelled a trip to Israel stating that he will only go after he is elected president. I take this as a possible good sign. Trump also made a reference to the need for addressing the issue of an ally country which is supporting terrorists. According to the Ron...
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ALUMNI ROUNDUP: Hoopsters compete in college
Three starters off of the 2014 Kodiak High School girls basketball undefeated team hit the hardwood last week. Carissa Cannon made the biggest splash of the three, scoring a team-high 16 points for Lower Columbia College in an 89-56 rout of Whatcom on Dec. 28 in the Lower Columbia Holiday Classic...
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