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Stage and Screen: Can a Lunchbox Keep You From Being Lonely in a City of Twelve Million People?
Saajan Fernandes is a “pencil-pusher” in a government office in the 2013 Bollywood film “The Lunchbox” or “Dabba” in India. While set in present day India, Saajan’s work place looks more like a 1950s corporate bull pen than an electronics age cubical maze replete with the latest in calculating an...
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Yakutsk mayor clarifies Spruce Island statements
On Tuesday, Aysen Nikolayev, mayor of Yakutsk, Russia, clarified recent statements about returning Kodiak’s Spruce Island to the Russian Orthodox Church. He emphasized the need to have “a restoration of rights” of the Russian Orthodox Church concerning Spruce Island. He denied that he or any Russ...
Apr 02, 2014 | 0 0 comments | 11 11 recommendations | email to a friend
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Schools look at rosier budget numbers
Kodiak Island School District officials have started looking at new numbers for the fiscal year 2015 budget following the passage Friday of a bill by the state Senate that allocates $75 million more to schools than in the current funding formula. “It’s safe to say that we’re far from the worst-ca...
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Sophomores lead girls squad into track season
Hit hard by graduation, longtime Kodiak coach Marcus Dunbar will rely on sophomores Richelle Walker and Zoe Bigley to anchor Kodiak’s girls track and field team through the beginning of the season. The 5-foot-10 Walker displayed her versatility in the team’s blue and gold meet Friday by pulling o...
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Public Safety Blotter for April 2
Friday, March 28 • Around 12:55 a.m., four bar checks were conducted downtown. • At 1:36 a.m., a driver on Powell/Mill Bay was warned for not stopping at a stop sign. • At 2:37 a.m., a caller on Selief Lane requested a subject removal. • At 12:05 p.m., a loose dog on Shearwater Way was impounded....
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Alaska Science Forum: Trees awaken from winter's nap
POKER CREEK — On this south-facing hillside bathed in spring sunshine, trees are swelling like hot dogs. "They're all a little thicker than they were last week," Jessie Young says of the birch, aspen and occasional spruce in this pleasant open forest about 30 miles north of Fairbanks. Despite the...
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Shipper opens new Kodiak terminal
American Fast Freight opened a terminal at 2430 Beaver Lake Drive to help improve the freight forwarding company’s Kodiak operations. “We’ve been serving Kodiak for a long time and this is the first time that we’ve been able to put our own building in Kodiak with our own dedicated equipment. This...
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Local cable companies could lose popular stations
Some cable television subscribers in Kodiak and across the country may temporarily lose access to popular channels due to a contract dispute between content provider Viacom and smaller companies including GCI. GCI’s contract to carry 26 Viacom cable networks expired Monday, and the media giant is...
Apr 01, 2014 | 0 0 comments | 11 11 recommendations | email to a friend
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