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KHS boys fall short of Floyd title
It was only fitting that in an odd 49th Joe Floyd/Ravn Alaska Winter Classic Basketball Tournament that a scoring error would cost the Kodiak boys a chance at their first tournament title since 2009. The goof came near the end of Friday night’s game against Anchorage Christian. With 1 minute, 26 ...
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Assembly spoke with reason — this time
To the editor: Thursday evening I was privileged to attend a meeting of the borough assembly. And I use the word “privileged” as, at this meeting, there occurred a brilliant and eloquent discussion on humanism vs. the rule of law in governance of civil society. In point of fact, on this assembly ...
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Kodiak already spoke with vote on marijuana
To the editor: Ballot Measure 2 was approved by the voters in Alaska during the November 2014 general election. It legalized the possession, cultivation and sale of marijuana in Alaska. In a Nov. 26, 2014, article, while reporting on voting in Alaska State House District 32, which includes Kodiak...
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GARDEN GATE: Bring spring inside with sprouts, herbs
My friend’s text said it all: “Where’s winter?” Though the days are getting longer, time is relative. Deciduous trees have been naked for several months and, thanks to persistent gales that compel container ship captains to bypass Kodiak, stores struggle to keep bananas in stock. Welcome to Janua...
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KHS girls drop title game to ACS
Friday turned out to be quite long for the Kodiak girls basketball team. The day started at 9 a.m. with a 40-10 victory over North Pole and ended 10 hours later with a 50-33 loss to Anchorage Christian during the 49th Joe Floyd/Ravn Alaska Winter Classic Basketball Tournament at Kodiak High Schoo...
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FISH FACTOR: Aquaculture tops $1 million mark in 2014
Alaska’s mariculture industry has passed some big milestones, and is getting set to head into the weeds. Aquatic farming, which was OKed by Alaska lawmakers in 1988, topped $1 million in shellfish sales for the first time ever in 2014, coming in at $1.2 million.  “This is the highest sales we’ve ...
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Transit system looks to expanded service for public
The Kodiak Area Transit System plans to expand their service to everyone at the beginning of February. Currently, the system operates primarily as a coordinated system for nonprofits, with Senior Citizens of Kodiak as the lead agency in charge, and serves the clients of nonprofits along with havi...
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Side doors, sidewalks limit access
For many, getting around Kodiak is an easy task. Services, businesses and events are just a short drive or walk away for those living within city limits. But even traversing short distances, shopping or getting medical attention can be difficult for residents with disabilities. While the American...
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