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SoHi, Bartlett top prep rankings
Despite winning last week, Colony lost its top billing in the Alaska Sports Broadcasting Network’s large-school football rankings. Taking over at No. 1 is Bartlett, which improved to 5-1 with a close 21-17 win over Service. The Knights, a 26-20 winner over Lathrop, dropped to No. 2 in this week’s...
Sep 28, 2016 | 0 0 comments | 7 7 recommendations | email to a friend
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SPAR returns to Kodiak
The SPAR is home at last. The Coast Guard Cutter SPARR returned to Kodiak Sunday following 42 days patrolling the Arctic region and Bering Sea, according to a Coast Guard press release. The patrol was part of Operation Arctic Shield 2016, and crewmembers “assisted with scientific research, partic...
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School board candidates talk superintendent
School board candidates outlined what they would look for in a new superintendent Thursday at a candidate forum sponsored by the Kodiak Community Education Alliance Kodiak District Parent Teacher Student Association. Current superintendent Stewart McDonald announced in June that he would be leavi...
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Forum to spread opioid abuse awareness
A community drug forum on heroin and opioid addiction in Kodiak will be held Wednesday in an effort to raise awareness of a growing problem in the community, in Alaska and in the United States as a whole. The forum panel will include law enforcement professionals from the Kodiak Police Department...
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Bears pick up wins at West
After the opening three weeks of the volleyball season, Kodiak was still searching for its first victory. The Bears have found plenty of reasons to celebrate the past two weeks. A week after picking up four victories on a tour to Sitka, Kodiak finished third in the silver bracket at the West Spik...
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Lindquist ties 50 free record
In an already record-breaking swim season, Talon Lindquist added another phenomenal moment at Saturday’s Soldotna Invitational. The Kodiak junior tied Nando Macinko’s 50-yard freestyle school record with a blazing time of 21.52 seconds. Lindquist equaled Macinko’s 2010 mark on the lead off leg of...
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KHS tennis competes at Region III meet
Kodiak High School tennis coach Steve Johnston didn’t know what to expect when his team entered the Region III Championships that started Monday in Anchorage. What he received was a victory. Playing in the first match of the day, Kodiak’s Kaori Kageyama skunked Palmer’s Julie Irvine, 6-0, 6-0, in...
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Osowski conquers; Kodiak boys win 15th in a row
One of the first things that Keith Osowski did after winning his first cross country regional individual title was call his brother. He couldn’t resist. See, his brother, James Osowski, won a regional title on Tsalteshi Trails — nearly the exact course Keith ran on on Saturday — in 2010. “I had a...
Sep 26, 2016 | 0 0 comments | 18 18 recommendations | email to a friend
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