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Assembly moves forward Jackson Mobile Home Park ordinance
The Kodiak Island Borough Assembly moved forward several ordinances Thursday evening to assist Jackson’s Mobile Home Park residents in moving their trailers by the park’s closing date. One issue that residents face is where to store their homes until they relocate or find another option. Borough ...
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Chugiak bounced from regionals
Chugiak’s American Legion baseball season came to an end Thursday morning in Cheyenne, Wyoming. The Mustangs fell 20-1 to Bellingham, Washington in a Northwest Regional loser-out contest. Chugiak, Alaska’s state champion, finished the season with a 29-5 record. Bellevue controlled the game from t...
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Kodiak’s Art Walk starts Friday with contest kick-off
August’s First Friday Art Walk is will include a kick-off of the second year of The Frame Shop’s youth art contest. The contest is open to children in two age groups: 7 to 12 and 13 to 18. “We had so many kids last year,” said shop owner Sarah Culbertson-Stokes. “It had really great reception and...
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Local growers cultivate ideas to expand CSA
A small group of Kodiak growers gathered Tuesday to discuss furthering community-supported agriculture in Kodiak. Local grower Dana Myers started a small-scale CSA program in June when an Afognak resident posted on the local Facebook group “Friends of Kodiak” asking for local produce. “I put toge...
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Senior sales tax exemption should be ‘needs based’
To the Editor, I agree with Dixie Hood, a member of the Juneau Commission on Aging, that a senior sales tax exemption should be “needs based.” A “needs based” sales tax exemption should be implemented in Kodiak and not just for senior citizens. While I know this is not a popular idea it does make...
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KHS football team hits the field
Alaska high school football teams officially started practicing last week, but for Kodiak the season actually started months ago. “A lot of these guys have put in a lot of work since January,” first-year Kodiak coach Bill McGuire said. “We have been getting together at the field and in the weight...
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Alumni update: Horn posts 2 wins
Alysa Horn helped lead Logan to a pair of victories in the women’s Queensland Basketball League in Australia over the weekend. On Saturday, Horn dropped a double-double, netting 14 points and 12 rebounds in a 79-63 win over South West Metro. The former Kodiak High School star went 5 for 11 from t...
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Alaska State Troopers: Aug. 6
July 17 At 2:30 p.m., AST contacted a man and woman parked near Jackson Mobile Home Park in a Honda Accord. The two were contacted under suspicioun that they were trespassing in Jackson’s. The investigation revealed they were not trespassing but drug paraphernalia was found in the vehicle. The ve...
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