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Fishermen, tribal groups to unite behind flotilla protesting Navy exercise
Commercial fishermen and tribal groups are joining forces as they began preparations for a protest flotilla aimed at drawing attention to the Navy’s training exercise planned in the Gulf of Alaska. The protest, scheduled to take place at 2 p.m. Saturday near Pier 2 in Kodiak, will also help incre...
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CHASING HISTORY: Thomet eyes state records
At 6-foot-1, Keith Osowski towers over Levi Thomet. There is no question that Osowski would school Thomet on the basketball court. But, when it comes to running it is Thomet that is doing the schooling. “My stride is two times longer than his, but he still goes faster,” Osowski jokingly said. Tho...
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COASTAL FORAGER: Dining with an enemy named Nettles
A few years ago while I was living in Washington I read that nettles are edible. It seemed so wrong. If you know anything about nettles then you probably know that they sting like hell. And my hatred runs deep. I've been on the wrong end of a nettle leaf more than a few times thanks to my affinit...
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Jack Williams
Jack Williams, 74, passed away Sunday, May 24, 2015. Services pending.
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In the Courts: May 29
Calvin Thomas pleaded guilty to felony driving under the influence — two or more priors. Thomas was sentenced to 24 months in jail (20 suspended) and had his license permanently suspended and fined $10,000 and placed on probation for three years. Sheila M. Major was found guilty of reckless drivi...
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Baranov Museum to record history of Kodiak’s West Side
Over the next few months, the Baranov Museum will be documenting Kodiak’s history on the west side of the island through their new project, West Side Stories. The museum’s curator of collections, Anjuli Grantham, will travel throughout the West Side of the island with a photographer over the summ...
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XtraTuf touches Kodiakans’ heart, makes their sole sing
I just spent an enjoyable time with The Thursday Ladies at Harborside Coffee and Goods, getting caught up on important events in town — wondering who has taken awhile to grow up and where grandkids have ended up this summer. These are wise women who have seen a lot of changes, lost much and kept ...
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Salmon fishermen challenged to strike balance between enthusiasm, serious assessment
If only most people were as enthusiastic about their job as River Hanson is about his. River, who graduated from Kodiak High School this year, eagerly looks forward to “getting the seine wet.” That’s jargon for salmon fishing. This is River’s second year fishing on the Lynx. What does he like abo...
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