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Around Kodiak: Feb. 19
Kodiak Fish and Game Advisory Committee is meeting at 6 p.m. Wednesday Feb. 26 at the KNWR Visitors Center. The committee will discuss and take action on statewide king and Tanner crab proposals and supplemental Issues. For further information, contact committee secretary Don Fox at 486-4738.
Feb 19, 2014 | 0 0 comments | 77 77 recommendations | email to a friend
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Prosecutor: March trial likely for Wells
The trial of the Kodiak man accused of the 2012 murder of a Coast Guardsman and a former Coast Guardsman is likely to take place late next month, according the chief of the criminal division for the U.S. Attorney’s Office in Anchorage. The murder trial for James Michael Wells, 62, had been schedu...
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Fogle nominated for nation’s top girls hoops coach
Kodiak basketball fans have a chance to crown Amy Fogle as the best high school girls coach in the nation. Fogle is one of 255 coaches in the USA Today High School Sports’ “Best Of” series contest. The state round voting ends on Feb. 24. The winners from each state and two wild cards advance to a...
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PKIMC downsizes business office
Two billing jobs at the Providence Kodiak Island Medical Center will move to Washington state this April as part of a system-wide centralization of Providence’s billing office. The jobs, which include answering patients questions about medical bills, are moving to the Seattle area to reduce costs...
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Business Spotlight: A Balanced Approach keeps people fit
Ten years ago A Balanced Approach owner Zoya Saltonstall wanted an indoor cycling group. Saltonstall, who grew up in Kodiak, was back on the island working as a physical therapist and missed spinning, a hobby she’d picked up in school at the gym of Ithaca College in New York. “When I came back he...
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Landowner closes access to Burton Beach
A Narrow Cape landowner is getting tougher on trespassers on a patch of property at the end of Kodiak’s longest road. The owner cites repeated problems with people driving on wet ground, leaving gates open and littering as the reason for the new policy to no longer tolerate people passing through...
Feb 18, 2014 | 0 0 comments | 21 21 recommendations | email to a friend
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Wandersee reaches 1,000 career points in 50-33 win
Hannah Wandersee etched her name in the Kodiak basketball history book on Monday evening. Kodiak’s senior scored her 1,000th career point in a 50-33 Northern Lights Conference victory over Colony inside an electric Kodiak High School gymnasium. Wandersee entered the contest two points shy of the ...
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Outdoor Kodiak: Knock around guns
I grew up in the Southwest in an era when every truck had a gun in a window rack and every saddle had a gun boot. No one locked doors on their houses or trucks, and no one worried much about losing a gun or anything else to thieves. Guns, especially rifles, were a part of everyday life and unrema...
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