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Letter to the editor: Residents can make timber deal with KIB
To the editor: Some people think it would be a good idea to harvest the trees killed by the Chiniak fire. Others, namely the people who live out at Chiniak, do not want it logged. In some ways, I can see their point. There is a plethora of wood out behind their houses that would keep then in fire...
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City advances building to keep compost dry
By JOANN SNODERLY Mirror Writer The Kodiak City Council approved the first reading of a change order that will pave the way for upgrades at the city’s compost facility. A new building “would be used for drying the wood amendments to keep the men out of the weather,” city manager Amiée Kniaziowski...
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Softball falls to Kenai, SoHi
After a three-game swing to the Kenai Peninsula, Kodiak’s softball team is still searching for its first victory of the season. The Bears lost to Soldotna 14-1 on Friday and 14-2 on Saturday, and fell to Kenai 19-14 Saturday morning. Soldotna pitcher Emily Jackson no-hit Kodiak on Friday, but gav...
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Schools ask borough for less money
The Kodiak Island Borough School District’s budget asks for $10.5 million dollars as the borough’s contribution for fiscal year 2017. At $400,000 less than the previous year’s request, it marks the largest decrease from one year to another in recent budgeting history, KIBSD Board of Education pre...
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Hentges joins Alaska youth bowling HOF
Ruth Hentges is a prankster at heart. Just ask her former youth bowlers. At pasts Alaska Youth Bowling State Tournaments, Hentges would loosen the mood with her own game of “ding-dong ditch.” “The hotels would always have nice stuff in the hallways, so she would put it in front of our door, knock...
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Youth story slam tonight
Fans of Kodiak Galley Tables storytelling events and supporters of Kodiak’s youth can get in out of the forecasted rain this evening at the first True Voice: Youth Story Slam. The event, sponsored by Sun’aq Tribe, Kodiak Galley Tables and the Kodiak Island Borough School District, will feature si...
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Public Safety Blotter: April 29
April 14 At 8:14 a.m., police warned a driver in the Ole Johnson Avenue and Zentner Street area for cutting in front of the officer and almost causing an accident. At 8:26 a.m., police warned a driver in the 600 block of Rezanof Drive to get their vehicle registration up to date. The driver prove...
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KHS boys boot Nikiski
Kodiak’s boys' soccer team scored an important 3-1 Northern Lights Conference victory over Nikiski, Thursday on the Kenai Peninsula. The win upped the Bears’ South Division record to 2-1, 5-2 overall, and should put them into the conference tournament — only the top four teams in the six-team div...
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