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New show casting in Alaska
A new HGTV series is seeking homebuyers and realtors in Alaska with wild personalities. According to a casting call released Tuesday, Orion Entertainment is producing a new show called “Living Alaska” that follows realtors and homebuyers as they look for homes that “scream Alaska.” Each half-hour...
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Playbook: July 11
Thursday, July 11 Baseball: Kodiak Juniors Little League all-stars vs. Soldotna, 4 p.m. at DW Brotherhood in Anchorage. Kodiak Majors Little League all-stars vs. Abbott-O-Rabbit, 4:45 p.m. at AOR Pettit in Anchorage. Friday, July 12 Baseball: Kodiak Juniors Little League all-stars vs. City View, ...
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Engineers draft replacement for Pier 1
Fifty years after it was built, Pier 1 is about to get a long-awaited facelift. After years of research and surveys looking for an alternative, the Alaska Department of Transportation is drafting plans to rebuild Kodiak’s main ferry terminal in concrete and steel. “The federal money is about to b...
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Woman shot near Afognak Island logging camp
A Kodiak woman is recovering from a gunshot wound after a coworker at the Evergreen Timber logging camp accidentally shot her in the leg. An Andrew Airways plane flew Shawn Strauss, 43, into Kodiak from the Danger Bay logging camp about 3:18 p.m. Sunday. An ambulance transported Strauss from the ...
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Council considers eliminating sales tax sunset
One year after it voted to increase the city's sales tax, the Kodiak City Council confirmed that it made the right decision as it reached an agreement to remove a clause that would automatically lower the tax on Dec. 31, 2013. During Tuesday night's city council work session, city manager Aimee K...
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FAA pledges $2.2 million for Kodiak wetlands
A new runway project at Kodiak State Airport will spend $2.2 million to preserve wetlands in the Kodiak archipelago. The preservation project is formally known as “compensatory mitigation” and is required because a new construction project at the airport will fill a portion of the ocean next to t...
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Everyone needs to take responsibility for recycling in Kodiak
To the Editor: When I grew up in the 1950s in Kodiak, there were a lot fewer people and I’m pretty sure a lot less garbage per capita. Back in those days, most consumer goods did not come with as much packaging as they do now. Nowadays landfills are designed by engineers to meet requirements inte...
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Wilfred (Kumlook) Alexanderoff
Wilfred (Kumlook) Alexanderoff died Friday July 10, 2013. He was born in Old Harbor on June 19, 1923 to Peter and Annie Alexanderoff. He was an avid outdoorsmen, subsistence gatherer and family man. Wilfred enjoyed hunting, fishing, trapping and berrypicking near Old Harbor. As a young man, he hu...
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