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Education amendment opens door for addressing problems
The next state legislative session begins Jan. 21. One of the most important pieces of pending legislation is Senate Joint Resolution 9 (SJR9) “Proposing amendments to the constitution of the state of Alaska relating to state aid for education. It is ripe for passage. Our state constitution inclu...
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Are we losing touch with our children?
To the Editor: Having only been in Kodiak for a few short months, I am amazed at what a small town homey feel it has. Kodiak has a way of giving you a feeling of family and of close-knit relationships. Since arriving on the island, I have noticed that most of the families have both parents and so...
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Around Kodiak: Dec. 10
Mapping group meets The Kodiak GIS User Group will meet at noon today in the Kodiak National Wildlife Refuge Visitors Center. Join mapping experts for an update of data collection around Kodiak Island. Parks gathering The Kodiak Island Borough parks and recreation committee meeting originally sch...
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Board of Fisheries changes little in Chignik
The Alaska Board of Fisheries is making few changes in Chignik-area fisheries after a two-day meeting in Anchorage. Only two of eight proposals submitted by Chignik fishermen were approved by the seven-member fish board last week. The accepted proposals determine when a seine has stopped fishing ...
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Thomet qualifies for Foot Locker Nationals
Levi Thomet didn’t let the weather slow him down Saturday morning in California. In persistent rain and temperatures in the 40s, the Kodiak High School standout runner finished sixth at the Foot Locker West Region cross county championships to punch his ticket to the national championship meet. T...
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No militant police needed in Kodiak
To the Editor: I take issue with the letter to the editor by Gary F. Rabideau in the paper, in which he suggested that the selection of the police chief had overlooked a candidate of far greater experience. In my opinion, the fact that the person to whom he referred had been on a S.W.A.T. team fo...
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KHS wrestling weathered out of North/South Tourney
Kodiak wrestling was idle for a second consecutive weekend. Due to foggy conditions in Kodiak, the team was unable to fly off the island Friday to attend the North/South Tournament in Wasilla. “If this is a weekend that we were going to miss because of weather, this one was OK to miss,” Kodiak co...
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Local Results: Dec. 9
City League Basketball Tuesday, Dec. 3 Real INOJ 67, St. Innocent’s 38 Lonnie Rigsby 18, Dylan Haskell 15, Bryan Larson 12, Justin Spencer 11, Greg Pruitt 6 and Dave Fearing 5 points for Real INOJ. Bernie Stallard 13, David Young 12, John Hartung 6, Anton Gonopolskiy 4 and Stephen Wood 3 points f...
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