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Kodiak harbor will reach out to CDQ groups
The Kodiak harbormaster’s office will reach out to the Bering Sea fishery’s Community Development Quota groups in an effort to bring more business to the harbor. The Western Alaska Community Development Quota (CDQ) program allocates an annual percentage of the Bering Sea and Aleutian Islands fish...
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“Storis Museum” needs your help
To the Editor: The retired US Coast Guard cutter Storis was listed on the National Register of Historic Places December 31, 2012. The ship is nationally historic, with much of that history made while based in Alaska. When I first started working to obtain Storis and return her to Juneau as a mari...
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In the Courts: April 5
Dismissals One count of fourth-degree assault against Blake Gloria, 41, was dismissed Feb. 21. One count of fourth-degree assault against Alvin Holdiman IV, 25, was dismissed March 15. Assault • DeLisa Michener, 22, pleaded guilty to fourth-degree assault. Michener was sentenced to 46 days in jai...
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Alutiiq Word of the Week: Port Hobron
Masriluq : Port Hobron Masrilumi arwarsurtaallriit. : They used to hunt whales at Port Hobron. Today the derelict hull of a wooden ship, rusting tanks, and building remnants are all that remain of the whaling station at Port Hobron. Nestled against the shore of Port Hobron Bay, a narrow fjord on ...
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Another Day in Paradise: Packing for a journey
My wife and I are getting ready for another journey. We will be traveling to Petersburg for the Southeast Alaska Congress, a large gathering of all of the Salvation Army units in the Southeast. That tradition has been going on with The Salvation Army since before Alaska was a state. After Congres...
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Baseball debuts blue/gold scrimmage
Kodiak High School’s baseball team has been given a gift this spring with Mother Nature. And the Bears are taking advantage of the warm weather by playing in the first baseball blue/gold game Saturday at 2 p.m. at Baranof Field. Normally at this time in the season, the field is still covered in s...
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Big-money bowling tourney Sunday
The island’s most lucrative bowling tournament is Sunday. The third Pro-Build Championship Tournament begins 11 a.m. at Tropic Lanes. The tournament showcases a pair of oil patterns that are used on the Professional Bowlers Association tour and are much more difficult than what bowlers see during...
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Local Results: April 5
Kodiak Island Dart Association Wednesday, March 27 Dart Vaders 15, 3 in a Bed 0; Ah-Shucks 14, Nightflights 1; River Rats 11, Elders 4; Coyote Pak 9, Bar Pros 6; Shark Attack 9, Dart’in Divas 6; Rondy II 9, Villains 6; Oo Chuks 11, Flying Tacos 4; Banditos 11, Darty Minds 4. High tons: Jamie Week...
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