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Outdoor Kodiak: Dry fishing for trout
When it comes to world class fly fishing for trout, most folks picture places like Montana, Wyoming, Idaho and New Zealand. But Kodiak, Alaska? Believe it or not, Kodiak deserves a place right alongside those hallowed trout waters. Our family enjoys a steady stream of visitors each fall who come ...
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Public Safety Blotter: Aug. 4
July 18 At 2:13 a.m., police gave a driver on Armstrong Avenue an advisement for impeding traffic. Around 2:26 a.m., police conducted three bar checks downtown. At 2:46 a.m., police cited a man on Marine Way for urinating in public. At 3:43 a.m., police cited a driver on Benny Benson Drive for ha...
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Kodiak Island Births: Aug. 4
Mila Dahl Miles was born at 12:16 a.m. on July 26, 2015 to Stephen and Patricia Miles. She weighed 5 pounds, 14.6 ounces and was 19 inches long. Her parents are originally from Kodiak and live in Kodiak. The baby’s mother works at home and the baby’s father works on the F/V Sumner Strait. Also we...
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Assembly adds Symmons to fill vacancy
The Kodiak Island Borough assembly appointed Dennis Symmons Thursday, filling a vacancy left by departing assembly member Carol Austerman. The assembly originally received two applications from Symmons and Mel Stephens, a former assembly member who chose not to run for re-election in 2014, but St...
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Philippine Consulate officials assist Kodiak residents with their legal documents
Get your passport renewed and stay for some kutsinta. More than 200 of Kodiak’s Filipino population spent the weekend getting their passport renewed in the Kodiak Teen Center, where a contingent of officials from the Philippine Consulate General in San Francisco set up desks to help immigrants ge...
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Borough moves forward mobile homes ordinance
The Kodiak Island Borough assembly moved forward two ordinances intended to relax laws surrounding moving mobile homes. The assembly also forwarded an ordinance to expand a road service area in hopes of getting funding to fix a street. The first ordinance would allow mobile homes to be stored in ...
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GARDEN GATE: Now or never for last of summer rhubarb
It seems like August signals the beginning and the end of many things: Fishing for silvers begins in earnest. So do back-to-school sales, berry picking and photographers looking for the return of northern lights viewing. On the flip side of the coin, fireweed is topping out and rhubarb beds are b...
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FISHERIES REPORT: Dream of electric fishing vessels nears
The first seagoing electric powered passenger vessel in the U.S. is set to launch next summer in Juneau. The Tongass Rain is a 50-foot, 47-passenger catamaran designed for eco-education and whale watching tours. Its primary fuel source will be rain, delivered to the boat via Juneau’s hydroelectri...
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