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Kodiak’s Post 17 loses squeaker to Service
Kodiak Post 17 suffered its toughest loss of the season Monday against Service. The Cougars rallied for four runs in the final two innings that snapped the Bears' three-game winning streak with a 6-5 win in an American Legion AA conference baseball game at Taylar Young Field in Anchorage. Service...
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Ever-changing: the number of Alaskan glaciers
A glaciologist once wrote that the number of glaciers in Alaska “is estimated at (greater than) 100,000.” That fuzzy number, perhaps written in passive voice for a reason, might be correct. But it depends upon how you count. Another glaciologist saw an example of the confusion when he visited Yak...
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Ever-changing: the number of Alaskan glaciers
A glaciologist once wrote that the number of glaciers in Alaska “is estimated at (greater than) 100,000.” That fuzzy number, perhaps written in passive voice for a reason, might be correct. But it depends upon how you count. Another glaciologist saw an example of the confusion when he visited Yak...
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Anchorage airport bust stops heroin headed for Kodiak
Alaska State Troopers reported Tuesday a woman trying to bring in black tar heroin to Kodiak was apprehended and charged in Anchorage. A statement from AST reported that the woman was arrested at the airport with roughly 20 grams of black tar heroin with a “Kodiak street value of approximately $1...
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Missile complex looking at August launch, more future work
The U.S. Army confirmed scheduling a test launch of a hypersonic weapon at the Kodiak Launch Complex sometime in August. “I can confirm a test of the Advanced Hypersonic Weapon Flight Test-2 Hypersonic Technology Test is scheduled for August 2014 from the Kodiak Launch Complex,” John H. Cummings ...
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June declared Filipino-Americans month
Citing their “vital contributions to the economic, social, political, and cultural quality of life in the community,” Kodiak Island Borough Mayor Jerrol Friend declared June to be Filipino-American Heritage Month in Kodiak. At the borough’s regular meeting on Thursday, the proclamation read by Fr...
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June 4, 2014
• At 12:52 a.m., someone called to report suspicious circumstances on Mill Bay Road. Police checked the area and did not find signs of anyone. • At 12:53 a.m., police served papers at the jail. • At 1:06 a.m., police conducted a security check on Egan Way. • Around 1:24 a.m., police conducted two...
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Borough assembly passes nonprofit funding
The Kodiak Island Borough Assembly passed a resolution funding nonprofits at their June 19 meeting amid lengthy discussion and a failed substitution amendment. Twenty-five nonprofits applied for funding. Under the resolution, 17 nonprofits received funding and eight did not due to their applicati...
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