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Alaska State Troopers: Nov. 13
November 5 • At 6 p.m., Alaska State Troopers responded to a residence to investigate a burglary and theft. They found that an unknown person stole money and possibly other items. Anyone with information is asked to call 486-4121. The investigation is ongoing. November 8 • At 5:35 p.m., Alaska Wi...
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Heavy rain causes several slides
Heavy rain throughout Tuesday, which broke a 55-year-old record, and Wednesday caused several mudslides that partially blocked Kodiak roads on Wednesday. The first one early Wednesday morning blocked one lane of traffic on Rezanof Drive West across from Pier 2, according to a Kodiak Police Depart...
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Travel delays could force Kodiak to forfeit opening-round match
A victory for Kodiak’s volleyball team would be arriving in time for its opening-round state championship match against defending champion South Anchorage. Thanks to fog, wind and record-breaking rain soaking Kodiak, the team could not fly to Anchorage Wednesday. Instead, players and coaches boar...
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Walker dances above the net
Between breaks in the action, Kodiak’s Richelle Walker has found an unusual way to stay loose on the sideline. The Bears’ junior middle hitter dances. It doesn’t matter if there is a song playing on the public address system or not, she busts a move while her teammates hydrate and listen to the c...
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Legion and VFW hold Veterans Day services
The event failed to attract throngs of people, but persistent rain didn’t discourage local Veterans of Foreign Wars: They did not fail to honor those who’ve served. During a short ceremony at the American Cemetery on Tuesday, veterans offered prayers, taps and the reading of a 1961 John F. Kenned...
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Relationship formed on volleyball court
Danielle Willis likes to refer to volleyball as her parents’ third child. Her humor isn’t far from the truth. “This part of the year, this is what we do,” Danielle’s mother, Amy Willis said. The Willis family lives and breathes volleyball. They are Kodiak’s volleyball family. Amy coaches Kodiak H...
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Kodiak ESS places second
Two tournaments, two successful outings by Kodiak’s Emerging Small Schools volleyball team. The Ravens picked up a runner-up finish in a mix-six tournament in Nikolaevsk on Saturday. ESS opened the season a few weeks ago with a tournament victory, also in Nikolaevsk. “I think we are getting bette...
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Public Safety Blotter: Nov. 12
October 26 • Around 1:59 a.m., police conducted three bar checks downtown. • At 2:20 a.m., police conducted a security check on Marine Way. • Around 2:32 a.m., police conducted two bar checks downtown. • At 2:54 a.m., a 911 caller reported disorderly conduct on West Marine Way. Advisements were g...
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