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Alumni update: Kodiak represented at track meet in Seattle
A handful of former Kodiak track and field stars reunited at the indoor Husky Classic at Dempsey Arena in Seattle over the weekend. Leading the pack was University of Oregon senior Trevor Dunbar. In his second race this indoor season, Dunbar finished third in Saturday’s 3,000-meter invite with a ...
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There is still time to save the Chiniak "countryside"
To the editor: It is a supreme irony that the cutting down of a single spruce tree on White Sands Beach at the end of the Monashka Bay Road should warrant a significant space in the Feb. 14, 2014 edition of the KDM. The paper quoted the Kodiak Island Borough as characterizing the incident as vand...
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Kodiak Island Births: Feb. 18
• Jude Fisher Ackerman was born at 2:15 a.m. Feb. 7, 2014 to Michelle Franquelin and Auguste Ackerman He weighed 6 pounds, 11 ounces and measured 18.5 inches long. His parents are originally from Kodiak and Hawaii and now live in Kodiak. His mother works at the Kodiak Island Borough School Distri...
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Bear tracks found in Island Lake neighborhood
After a brief hiatus, a winter bear or winter bears seem to be active in the Island Lake neighborhood again. Earlier this winter there were several reports of bears active on the outskirts of Kodiak, but since late January reports of bear activity dropped to zero, according to Nathan Svoboda, are...
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Garden Gate: Back from a Hawaiian vacation
After a 2-week vacation in Hawaii, we stepped off the plane in Kodiak to a landscape that was much colder than how we left it. No more rain and squishy lawns. The dry, cool air tingled our noses and snow brightened the dull landscape we endured through January. The big thaw was over. We drove hom...
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Kodiak extends win streak to 18 games
Kodiak’s girls basketball team made history on Saturday afternoon. With their 45-35 Northern Lights Conference win over Soldotna, the Bears set the record for the best start in program history with 18 consecutive victories. The home crowd showed their appreciation with a standing ovation after th...
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Guyneth Ada Gottschalk
Guyneth Ada Gottschalk (Guy) passed away at the age of 95 in Mesa, Ariz. Guy was born into a farming family on March 13, 1918 in St. Marys, Ohio, the oldest of six children. Her parents, Leroy and Cecile (Denny) Brewer, moved their family from the farming area of St. Marys to the industrial cente...
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New library usage numbers eclipse old facility
Correction: This article has been changed to reflect the following correction. The Feb. 17 article “Library usage eclipses old facility” gave incorrect numbers for the total number of items checkedout out at the Kodiak Public Library. The correct numbers are 5,100 items checked out in January 201...
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