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Kodiak girls fall to Sitka
A slow start doomed Kodiak on the first day of the Seahawk Classic. The Bears were held scoreless in the first quarter and lost 47-41 to Sitka in a girls basketball game Thursday afternoon at Seward High School. Sitka, a 3A school from the Southeast, led 13-0 after the first quarter. “We didn’t c...
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Playbook: Feb. 6
Friday, Feb. 6 Boys Basketball: Kodiak at Kenai. C squad, 3 p.m.; junior varsity, 4:30 p.m.; varsity, 6 p.m. Girls Basketball: Kodiak vs. Seward at the Seahawk Classic in Seward, 6 p.m. Wrestling: Kodiak at the state championships at Chugiak High School, 10 a.m. Saturday, Feb. 7 Boys Basketball: ...
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Local Results: Feb. 6
Kodiak Hockey Association Jan. 31 Bantam/Midget Gold 6, Blue 4 Erik Abell 2 goals, Wesley Santiago 1, Liam Kirven 1, Matt Schauff 1 and Jack Hannah 1 for Gold Aaron Hocum 3 goals and Morgan Moir 1 for Blue. PeeWee Gold 7, Blue 6 Taylor Nelson 4 goals, Gavin Baxter 2 and Krista Simpler 1 for Gold....
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‘The public has been heard’ P&Z votes to table new code, modify old
The Planning and Zoning Commission voted to modify the three sections of existing borough code that deal with lands in the Kodiak Island Borough after more than three hours of testimony Wednesday from a full auditorium of Kodiak residents. Commissioner Maria Painter’s motion to “modify the existi...
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Around Kodiak: Feb. 5
Free drill conductor workshop The Alaska Marine Safety Education Association will offer a two-day Fishing Vessel Drill Conductor Workshop in Kodiak, 8 a.m.-5 p.m. Friday, Feb. 27, and 8 a.m.-4 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 28. The workshop meets at Kodiak Seafood and Marine Science Center, 118 Trident Way....
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Books turn into forms of art
Cutting, shredding, coloring, folding, painting, burning and staining may sound like things parents tell their children not to do to books, but all of that and more is encouraged to turn books into a form of artwork that will be showcased for three weeks starting on Friday. The third annual Alter...
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Achievers: Rotary Students of the Month
Rotary students for January The sixth-grade teachers at KMS are honored to nominate Jacob Norman as a Rotary Student of the month for January. His favorite class is his STEAM elective because he is able to create and build things. His great attitude helps him stay motivated, putting in the hard w...
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Stage and Screen: ‘Sniper’ lets audience into inner conflict of war
Eight year-old Chris Kyle shoots his first deer under the supervision of his father Wayne. His life-lessons about guns, and his own destiny, begin at this moment and later when his father tells him that there are three types of people - “sheep, wolves and sheepdogs.” In daddy Wayne’s vernacular a...
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