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Stutes is a lady with integrity
To the Editor, I am writing to ask you and your readers to support Louise Stutes for state representative in the upcoming Nov. 4 election. Louise will do an exemplary job as our representative for House District 32. She has been a Kodiak resident for 35 years with a portion of those years on the ...
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Alumni update: Horn losses in Germany
Alysa Horn suffered her first loss for Osnabruck in a Bundelisga second division women’s basketball game Sunday in Germany. The former Kodiak and University of Alaska Anchorage star pumped in a team-high 16 points, but her team fell, 60-57, to BG 74 Veilchen. Osnabruck dropped to 3-1 in the 12-te...
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Alumni update: Horn losses in Germany
Alysa Horn suffered her first loss for Osnabruck in a Bundelisga second division women’s basketball game Sunday in Germany. The former Kodiak and University of Alaska Anchorage star pumped in a team-high 16 points, but her team fell, 60-57, to BG 74 Veilchen. Osnabruck dropped to 3-1 in the 12-te...
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Spikers split at Wasilla
A night after getting swept by Wasilla, Kodiak’s volleyball team swept the Warriors. How were the Bears able to make a complete turnaround in less than a 24-hour span? “Friday night we talked and strategized a little bit,” Kodiak coach Amy Willis said. “I asked each of them to be team players and...
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KHS swimmers win Valley Invite
Kodiak started the stretch drive of the swim season with a pair of convincing victories Saturday at the Valley Invitational. The boys, behind three individual and three relay wins, grabbed the team title with 123 points — 59 points ahead of runner-up Soldotna. The girls won four individual trophi...
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Public Safety Blotter: Oct. 20
Oct. 7 • At 12:58 a.m., a bear was seen in the 300 block of Cope Street. It ran into the woods when officers arrived. • At 1:33 a.m., the bear was back in the 300 block of Cope Street. It was gone when police arrived. • Around 1:55 a.m., police conducted two bar checks downtown. • At 4:39 a.m., p...
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Absentee in-person voting begins today
Voters who will be out of town on the general election day, Nov. 4, can cast early absentee ballots starting today through Nov. 3. Absentee in-person voting will take place in the Kodiak Island Borough building clerk’s office, Room 101. Voters must bring their voter card or a picture ID with them...
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Borough gives proclamations, awards at meeting
The Kodiak Island Borough assembly issued two proclamations and recognized two employees at Thursday’s meeting. John Rhines, a PC technician in the information technology department, was awarded employee of the quarter. This isn’t Rhines’ first award from the borough. He is also the employee of t...
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