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Wandersee returns after successful eye surgery
Nolan Wandersee’s wrestling season almost ended in a blur. Two months after being diagnosed with a detached retina, Wandersee made his junior season debut last week, two weeks before the Northern Lights Conference Championships. Wandersee went 2-2, and that was without getting a good look at his ...
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Lois Stover is unofficial ‘ambassador’ for her culture
If the Sami have a goodwill ambassador, it is Lois Stover. Wearing a traditional ghaki, Lois loves to tell about the Scandinavian aborigines of Finmark, who emigrated to Alaska in the twilight of the 19th century. Thursday, Feb. 6, is Sami National Day, but for Lois, a fourth-generation Alaska Sa...
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Firefighters evacuate clinic after doctors smell fumes
Kodiak Island Medical Associates (KIMA) shut down for four hours Wednesday as firefighters looked for the source of an odd smell. The Kodiak Fire Department received a call from KIMA employees just before 8 a.m. reporting a strong odor. “We had an odor in our clinic yesterday that was determined ...
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Public Safety Blotter: Jan. 24
Saturday, Jan. 18 • At 12:47 a.m., officers removed debris from the roadway. • At 1:42 a.m., a man was cited for no insurance. • At 4:13 a.m., a called reported that someone had thrown a rock through his windshield. • At 2:02 p.m., a man came in to speak to an officer about harassing calls and te...
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Charge filed for gun in auditorium
A Kodiak woman is facing a misdemeanor charge for taking a gun into the Gerald C. Wilson Auditorium in November. It’s been two months since the incident occurred, but the case was held up due to case law research, police chief Ronda Wallace said. According to court documents, Suzan Hailey, 45, is...
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Kodiak boys finding success with only eight players
Members of Kodiak’s boys basketball team have no reason to complain about not getting enough playing time. The Bears only have eight varsity players. It’s not uncommon for a 1A school to have such a small roster, but it is almost unheard of at the 4A level. Juneau, Kodiak’s latest opponent, has 1...
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Kodiak ESS finishes 1-4
The Kodiak Emerging Small Schools boys basketball team concluded a six-day road trip with a 44-39 loss at Ninilchik Wednesday evening in a Peninsula Conference contest. The Ravens finished their season-opening trip with a 1-4 record. Wade Bartleson led ESS with 18 points. The Ravens were up 21-19...
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Around Kodiak: Jan. 24
The AlphaSingers and SongWarriors present a winter music concert at 3 p.m. Sunday in the Little School of Dance Studio at 1220 Rezanof. Admission is by donation. Call 486-5047 for more information.
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