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Public Safety Blotter: Dec. 11
Saturday, Dec. 6 • At 10:53 a.m., a caller reported being told her belongings were stolen. She said she would go to the police station to fill out a report. • At 3:30 p.m., a caller reported an abandoned vehicle on Hillside Drive. • At 5:56 p.m., a business gave police trespass information about ...
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Alaska Science Forum: Grinding fish heads for the goodness within
NIKISKI — In a chilly building across Cook Inlet from the white pyramid of Mount Redoubt rest a few dozen plastic-lined cardboard totes filled to the brim with an amber liquid. Each chest-high cube holds about a ton of fish oil extracted this summer from the heads of salmon. It’s a product that w...
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Wash your hands this winter
To the Editor: The season is upon us when holiday cheer isn’t the only thing in the air — I’m referring to germs, and the sickness that often accompanies them. Earlier this week I was running errands that included the usual trip to the post office. As I was making my way towards the door, the per...
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Does secrecy in the government keep us safe?
To the Editor: Secrecy in the government and/or media is an argument that has been going on forever. The argument is does secrecy keep us safe or not? As we watch the news, we tend to see a lot about the latest celebrity drama or gossip. Perhaps society doesn’t want to hear that —maybe they want ...
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PHAB talks transient float replacement
Kodiak’s channel transient float on Near Island Channel is more than 60 years old and needs to be replaced. The Kodiak ports and harbor advisory board discussed the issue during a Tuesday meeting. “It’s amazing how long it’s held up, but it’s going to need to be replaced,” shipyard operations man...
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Sun’aq appoints new officers
On Sunday, the Sun’aq Tribe of Kodiak appointed new officers and board members during its annual meeting at the Sun’aq Tribal Center. Two three-year seats were up for election with four people vying to fill them. Frank Peterson and Sophie Frets took the most votes and were elected to the Sun’aq T...
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Hughes, Lindquist qualify for national meet
Tahna Lindquist and Ila Hughes dominated the Alaska swimming competition this past high school season. Now the dominant duo will take on the best youth swimmers in the nation. The two Kodiak High School juniors are competing at the Speedo Winter Junior National Championships that begin Thursday i...
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Local Results: Dec. 11
City League Basketball Monday, Dec. 9 ISA 102, Camai 84 Geoff Spalinger 23, Tim Fellows 23, Adam Kilborn 14, Nick Billings 14, Kevin Van Hatten 12, Brian Gregory 7, Jaron Steele 7 and Andrew Gregory 2 points for ISA. Randy Diocares 27, Karl McLaughlin 20, Marvin Baloran 15, Rex Boado 11, Tommy Jo...
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