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UAA women advance to Final Four
Kodiak’s Hannah Wandersee and the University of Alaska women’s basketball team is still dancing in the NCAA Division II Tournament. The Seawovles advanced to the Final Four for the third time in school history with a resounding 80-55 victory over Francis Marion Tuesday in Sioux Falls, South Dakot...
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Healthy Kodiak: ‘Kodiak crud’ a nasty form of common cold
There is an unexplained medical phenomenon unique to Kodiak which we all have experienced. It is called the “Kodiak crud” and seems to be the most tenacious, long-lasting cold we have ever had. Most people contract it shortly after moving here, and then proceed to have yearly bouts with it. Curre...
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Alaska Science Forum: Broken ice makes for worst breakup floods
For half the year, Alaska’s big rivers provide a somewhat flat surface, allowing travel by snowmachine, dog team, ski, bike, snowshoe and foot. For a few weeks during their spring transition to liquid water, those useful ribbons of ice become a threat to river communities. Massive ice-jam floods ...
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Local Results: March 23
Kodiak Hockey League Pee Wee state tournament March 18-21 Mat-Su 7, Kodiak 5 Goals: Kodiak — Garrick Schauff 3, Savana Long, Audrey Lonheim. Assists: Kodiak — Dalton Horn Juneau 12, Kodiak 4 Goals: Kodiak — Dalton Horn 2, Savana Long, Garrick Schauff. Assists: Kodiak — Ivan Rodriguez, Daniel Powe...
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Assembly picks candidate to negotiate with for manager
After an executive session to discuss candidates for Kodiak Island Borough manager, the KIB Assembly voted 4-3 to begin negotiations with Michael Powers of California. Assembly members Kyle Crow, Larry LeDoux, Frank Peterson and Dan Rohrer voted to begin the negotiations during Thursday’s assembl...
Mar 22, 2016 | 0 0 comments | 59 59 recommendations | email to a friend
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Bentons indicted on federal drug, firearm charges
Two brothers now face federal charges in addition to state charges for alleged drug and firearm crimes. Mark Benton, 49, and David Benton, 55, face numerous state charges apiece for alleged drug violations. The two Bentons each face a single federal charge after being indicted by a grand jury, ac...
Mar 22, 2016 | 0 0 comments | 49 49 recommendations | email to a friend
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Outdoor Kodiak: Strategic struggle in human against hare
Snowshoe hunting is winding down with the approach of spring. Notice I didn’t say anything about the season closing. In fact, there’s no closed season and no bag limit on snowshoe hares. But there are very good reasons to stop hunting them as the weather warms and the island greens. Snowshoe hare...
Mar 22, 2016 | 0 0 comments | 67 67 recommendations | email to a friend
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CAPITOL REPORT: Time for House, Senate to reach agreement on budgeting details
Hello from Juneau. Less than a month remains until the Legislature’s scheduled adjournment on Sunday, April 17. There is a lot of work remaining before the gavel falls, and the coming weeks will be busy. The Senate did take a big step forward in our deliberations when it passed its version of the...
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