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Eponymous bear inspires SUV
Czech automaker Škoda announced its latest offering on Friday, a seven-seat SUV called the “Kodiaq,” meant to invoke the power of the Kodiak brown bear. Sharp-eyed locals might have wondered about a few appearances of the alternate spelling last month, as a 10-member crew from the Czech Republic ...
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A tale of feline fortune
Shannon Hamer had no interest in having two cats. She and her roommate, Kinsey Allen, already had two cats between them. Hamer’s cat, Piper, was sociable and provided more than enough love and cuddles. Gracie, Allen’s crotchety Siamese, was content with just the housemates she already had. That c...
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KoC holds diploma distribution day
Today, Kodiak will celebrate its newest graduates. In all, there were 64 graduates of various programs at Kodiak College this academic year. This includes students who have earned undergraduate degrees, completed the General Educational Development test, completed the certified nursing assistant ...
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In the Courts: May 6
Rachelle Abbott pleaded guilty to driving without a valid operator license. Abbott was fined $500. Russell A. Anderson pleaded guilty to driving without a valid operator license and proof of insurance to be carried and exhibited on demand. Anderson was fined $1,000. George Andrew Marshall pleaded...
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Public Safety Blotter: May 6
April 21 At 3:57 a.m., police received a report of people in a vehicle in Dog bay acting suspicious. They were gone when police arrived. At 4:40 a.m., police responded to a subject in an ATM lobby in the 200 block of Marine Way. They left when police asked. At 8:21 a.m., police received a report ...
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TAPESTRY: Churches see Visitor from another time
What would it look like if an original Christian from 2,000 years ago suddenly walked into our church today?” asks the pastor at the beginning of a sermon that will soon take an unexpected turn. Within moments, a starkly dressed man enters the church. He is obviously from another era. At first he...
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KDM EDITORIAL: Study will have to prove value
With 69 pages of discussion, numbers and color graphs, a draft study titled “Economic Impact of the Seafood Industry on the Kodiak Island Borough” concludes that the industry is important here. That oversimplifies both the reality and the report, like saying “The Jungle” concludes Chicago meatpac...
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Ethics rules, term limits would keep officials in line
To the editor: Well, we’ve just seen another do-nothing legislative session. Activity seemed to slouch forward after the scheduled 90-day session ended. But the big issues remained, protected by oil company advocates within the Legislature. The oil tax credit issue remains at the previous level, ...
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