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OPINION: Female Kake warrior leads raid to avenge slain chief
Alaska has always been known as a land populated by forceful women. The United States learned that decades before purchasing the Upper One from Russia. It was in the 1850s that a female Kake warrior gave America a bloody nose in a daring raid for the head of an American official. Tlingits and oth...
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Kodiak team views Sitka health summit
A small team from Kodiak observed a Sitka health summit last week for a better understanding how Kodiak might conduct its own next month. Merissa Koller Williams, executive for Healthy Tomorrows, and Carlia Franz, marketing and communications director for Providence Kodiak Medical Center, observe...
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Public Safety Blotter: Oct. 13
Oct 9 3:54 a.m. OFCs found an open door to a shack; secured it. Mill Bay Rd 8:39 a.m. Arrest Warrants served to a female inmate & a male inmate 8:50 a.m. Reports a vehicle is parked on the road, impeding traffic; OFCs left message on owners' phone. It was moved by next day. Rezanof/Ismailov 1:04 ...
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Kodiak Island Births: Oct. 13
Bentley Mason Pruitt was born at 5:28 a.m. on Oct. 9, 2015, to Alexandria Kay Pruitt and John Dylan Pruitt. He weighed 6 pounds, 13 ounces, and was 19 and a fourth inches long. His parents are originally from Douglas, Georgia, and they now live in Kodiak. The baby’s father is in the United States...
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Outdoor Kodiak: Get stuck in a rut: deer on road system
October is prime time for deer on the road system. The bucks are in top condition before the onset of the rut, and their bodies wallow with fat. They’re also getting a little restless, moving around to locate the concentrations of does even if they’re not quite ready to join them. Most Kodiak hun...
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Football title games filled
The state championship games for the medium and small-school classifications showcases a pair of rematches from earlier this season. Soldotna (9-0) battles Peninsula rival Kenai (7-1) in Saturday’s medium-school title tilt at 4 p.m. at Dimond Alumni Field. The Stars knocked off the Kardinals 23-0...
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Senior Life: Computer classes amping up
Things are happening at the Kodiak Senior Center with computer classes having started up, exercise each day, Aging Mastery Program classes continuing and special events as well as the regular lunch program. Computer classes will be held each Wednesday through Nov. 25. Though beginning classes are...
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T&C set for Wednesday
On Wednesday, Baranof Park will be filled with runners. The annual T&C Classic — a cross country event for all — is slated to start at 4 p.m. with a middle school 2-kilometer race. A 3-kilometer high school/community race is at 4:20, followed by the fourth-and fifth-grade 1-kilometer race at 5 p....
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