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Local student designs bus stop for Eagle Scouts
Boy Scout Troop 626 member Todd Hailey Jr. needed an Eagle Scout project. So he designed a bus stop. “I looked around and asked my troop leaders if they had ideas and someone said the Lions Club needed a bus stop to be built,” Hailey said. The service project is one of the steps to becoming an Ea...
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Visitors get tips on gardens, photos and background blurs
Local photographer and gardener Marion Owen gets calls all the time from people wanting to see her work, so she converted part of her house into a gallery and started offering tours called “Gardens and Gallery.” “I had a lot of people say we want to see your work, and just sending them to a websi...
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City Council’s Saravia keeps eye on Ukraine
Gabriel Saravia may be known for his four terms on the Kodiak City Council or for arranging appreciation t-shirts and pullovers for the canneries workers. Now, Saravia, operations manager for Westward Seafoods, may be establishing a reputation for taking holidays in hectic places. Before he took ...
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Judgment coming, warns visiting missionary Tim Zello
BY MIKE ROSTAD America, a nation that once sent Christian missionaries to evangelize the ends of the earth, stands in danger of God’s judgment, warned Rev. Tim Zello, guest speaker at the Kodiak Assembly of God Church on Crab Festival Sunday. Rev. Zello accompanied Republican U.S. senatorial hope...
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Nasal drift an important part of whale evolution
Many people, including myself, are mesmerized and fascinated by the sight of marine mammals. The behavior of the sea lions on their “home dock” in the Kodiak harbor seems almost human when they are lazily lounging in the sun, barking indignantly at the youngsters that jump wet and cold out of the...
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Two rivers closed to king sport and subsistence fishing
The Alaska Department of Fish and Game and the Fish and Wildlife Service have closed the Ayakulik and Karluk rivers to sport and subsistence fishing for kings, due to low escapement numbers. The current number of kings, also known as chinooks that have passed through the Ayakulik weir is 365, and...
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Rifle match this Sunday
The Kodiak Island Sportsman’s Association is hosting a high-powered rifle match Sunday at the Salonie Creek Rifle Range. The event begins at 8:30 a.m., with registration starting at 8 a.m. This is an NRA approved match for service rifles — an AR15, M1 and M1A. Particpants will shoot 20 shots slow...
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Playbook: June 21
Friday, June 21 Baseball: Kodiak Post 17 vs. East Anchorage at Bartlett High School, 6:30 p.m. Racing: Mud bog at the Kodiak Island Raceway, 7:30 p.m. Saturday, June 22 Baseball: Kodiak Post 17 vs. Bartlett at Bartlett High School, 3:30 p.m. Sunday, June 23 Baseball: Kodiak Post 17 vs. Palmer at ...
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