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City, borough put adviser under a microscope
City and borough officials are taking a hard look at Heather McCarty as the next government fisheries analyst in Kodiak. Kodiak’s city and borough governments have been without a fisheries adviser since last year, when Denby Lloyd resigned. The search for Lloyd’s replacement has been a slow one, ...
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Alcohol forum shares stories of suffering, triumph
On Friday night, Kodiak parents and teens heard from speakers who are passionate about the risks of teenage drinking. Among them were a doctor, a district attorney, a two teenage youth court judges and a 28-year-old man who spoke in public for the first time about his experience going to jail at ...
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Restitution, counseling ordered in $1,000 Kodiak domestic violence vandalism case
A Kodiak man was ordered last week to pay restitution and attend counseling for a domestic violence outburst that destroyed more than $1,000 in property including framed artwork a table and a front door. Brian A. Dougherty, 30, was sentenced Jan. 23 after pleading guilty to one count of fourth-de...
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Minor earthquake felt in Kodiak
A Magnitude 4.0 earthquake was reported Friday afternoon about 37 miles northeast of Kodiak, according to U.S. Geological Survey preliminary data. The temblor was reported at 12:20 p.m. and was 28 miles below the surface of the ocean. The epicenter was near Marmot Island. It was felt in Kodiak. T...
Jan 31, 2014 | 0 0 comments | 24 24 recommendations | email to a friend
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Where to watch Super Bowl XLVIII
Alaska’s adopted NFL team, the Seattle Seahawks, is facing the Denver Broncos on Sunday in Super Bowl XLVIII in New Jersey.  Back in Kodiak, there will be plenty of places for 12s to go cheer on their team. Local establishments are expecting a big turnout. A 2011 poll conducted by the Anchorage D...
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History shows mining is nothing new for The Golden Isle
On a cold, gray summer day in July 1938, Bill Pinnell and Morris Talifson stepped ashore at the head of Olga Bay. They waded through the surf again and again, carrying crates and bags to their new home, a shambling shack not far from the beach. In years to come, the two men would come to be known...
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Kodiak girls roll past East
A dominant third quarter turned a close game into a blowout.  Only leading by single-figures at halftime, Kodiak outscored East Anchorage 16-5 in the third quarter and went on to post a 50-35 nonconference girls basketball victory Thursday evening in Anchorage.  The Bears improved their record to...
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Kodiak boys host Palmer
Even though two months of the basketball season remain, Kodiak’s boys are playing their final home games today and Saturday against Palmer. Today’s contest tips at 7 p.m., while Saturday’s begins at 3 p.m. Both games count in the Northern Lights Conference standings. “These games are huge,” Kodia...
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