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House candidate visits Kodiak
One of the challengers for Rep. Don Young’s seat in Congress can claim some roots in the Emerald Isle. Steve Lindbeck lives in Anchorage with his wife, Patty Ginsburg, but he said, “Kodiak is the foundation story for my family.” After filing papers Thursday to enter the race as a Democratic candi...
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Kodiak softball begins new era
New Kodiak High School softball coach Michelle Stratton isn’t beginning her tenure with a cupcake opponent; instead, she is diving right in against the defending small-school state champions. The Bears open up with Thursday and Friday games at Sitka, a member of the Southeast Conference that has ...
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Public Safety Blotter: April 13
March 24 At 12:05 a.m., a person requested police patrol the 900 block of Stellar Way for an unknown man that had been leaning on his house. Police were unable to find the man described. At 1:35 a.m., police cited a driver in the 600 block of Thorsheim Street for having no proof of insurance. At ...
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Kodiak baseball starts season today
The first pitch of the 2016 Kodiak High School baseball season gets tossed today when the Bears open their season at Baranof Field against Dimond in the second Rex Edward Matautia Invitational Tournament. The game begins at 5:30 p.m. Wasilla plays defending state champion Chugiak in the first gam...
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ALASKA SCIENCE FORUM: The giant wave of Icy Bay
A landslide last fall caused a giant wave of the type not seen in Alaska since the storied 1958 event in Lituya Bay. After a period of heavy rains, a mountainside near Tyndall Glacier collapsed into a fiord of Icy Bay on Oct. 17, 2015. The displaced water generated a wave that sheared alders more...
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Kennicott fills in for Tusty at Crab Festival
For the second year in a row, the state ferry Tustumena will stay longer in overhaul due to issues discovered during the process. The annual maintenance and certification that normally takes about two months for the Tusty has now been extended by 11 days. Sailings from May 15 through May 26 are c...
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KHS hosts Alaskan student leaders
High school students from across the state visited Kodiak over the weekend to take part in the Alaska Association of Student Governments spring conference. The two-and-a-half day event began Friday and offered 302 students from 39 schools the opportunity to explore Kodiak, learn critical skills i...
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Pasion conquers Spenard tourney
It’s a good thing Rhubie Pasion didn’t realize that her second to last shot was the deciding factor in the sixth Spenard Builders Supply Pro-Build Championship Tournament. It would have definitely made her more nervous than she already was. Pasion calmed her nerves long enough to convert a 6-10 s...
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