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Kodiak Idol competition this Friday
Kodiak high school students will share their musical talents with peers and community members on Friday. The annual Kodiak Idol contest, put on by Kodiak High School student council, starts at 7 p.m. in the Gerald C. Wilson Auditorium. This year’s Kodiak Idol features seven acts, including the ba...
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Baranof Park baseball field has drainage promblems
An unexpected ice rink has developed at Baranof Park. Over the past few weeks, standing water has accumulated on the park’s new million-dollar baseball field. Freezing temperatures turned the water to ice. This is a problem. A new drainage system and artificial turf installed during the summer we...
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Kodiak hoops heads to Fairbanks
Kodiak will get a chance to defend its boys basketball title at the Joe T. Classic Tournament at Lathrop High School. It’s rare for an Alaska team to attend the same tournament in consecutive seasons, but Kodiak didn’t get into last week’s Dimond Prep Shootout, which sets the Bears up for a retur...
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Playbook: Jan. 16
Thursday, Jan. 16 Boys basketball: Kodiak vs. Monroe at the Joe T. Classic at Lathrop High School in Fairbanks, 6 p.m. Girls basketball: Kodiak vs. Monroe at the Joe T. Classic at Lathrop High School in Fairbanks, 4:30 p.m. Friday, Jan. 17 Boys basketball: Kodiak vs. Lathrop at the Joe T. Classic...
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Miner plans to seek gold on Sitkinak Island
Fishermen call Kodiak salmon “red gold,” but at least one miner will pursue the real deal on Sitkinak Island this summer. Yoram Palkovitch, a miner from Anchorage, is seeking to develop a small placer gold mine on the state-owned island’s southwest coast. This isn’t Pebble Mine — Palkovitch’s pro...
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Digital dish gives way to print
Digital technology has given way for the printed word. This week, patrons of the Kodiak Public Library are enjoying a better view after the removal of one of two AT&T satellite dishes that formerly obscured the library’s southern windows. “It's expanded the view; we now have a view of Alaska, of ...
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NLC rankings: Monroe boys thumping 4A teams
If you are strictly a 4A basketball fan, you are missing out on the biggest story of the season — the Monroe Rams. The Fairbanks-based 3A catholic school is thumping every 4A team in its path. And by thumping, I mean thumping. The Rams are 8-0, with seven of those victories against 4A schools. No...
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KCHC offers free insurance enrollment help
People rushing to sign up for insurance before the March 31 deadline set by the Affordable Care Act can get free enrollment help at the Kodiak Community Health Center. Outreach and enrollment coordinator Cherie Skonberg is in charge of helping those confused by the federal system also known as Ob...
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