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TEEING OFF: Soaking up the playoffs
The 2015 Major League Baseball playoffs have been thoroughly entertaining. So much so that getting work done has been nearly impossible. I got absolutely nothing accomplished during a 53-minute window Wednesday afternoon. Game 5 of the American League Divisional Series between Toronto and Texas w...
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TAPESTRY: Good times in Ninilchik
Until that day, I gave the church no more than a glance. My eyes were on the road, going from Homer to Anchorage or the other way around. Who had time to take the road up the hill to get a better look at the historic Transfiguration of Our Lord Orthodox Church in Ninilchik? But last fall, my wife...
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T&C Classic results
High school (3-kilometer) Boys — 1. Michael Parnell, 10 minutes, 15 seconds; 2. Jack Hannah, 10:47; 3. Keith Osowski, 11:07; 4. Richie McKinney, 11:23; 5. Brenden Thompson, 11:29; 6. Daniel Johnson, 12:03; 7. Youji Seto, 12:18; 8. Cory Thompson, 12:18; 9. Michael Bersin, 13:17; 10. Ryan Thomas, 1...
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Spikers host blue/gOLD
Kodiak’s undefeated volleyball team will get its toughest challenge at home this season against an assembled cast of characters. On Saturday, the Bears are hosting the Blue vs. gOLD match at 4 p.m. C squad plays at 2 p.m., followed by junior varsity at 3 p.m. The gOLD team will feature coaches, t...
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KIBSD adding staff to rural schools
In stark contrast with most of Alaska’s rural schools, a few rural schools on Kodiak Island are showing student increases and thus a need for more teachers. The Kodiak Island Borough School District is looking for an additional teacher for Chiniak and one for the reopened school at the Danger Bay...
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UAF, UAA consider transfer of KSMSC building
The University of Alaska Fairbanks and University of Alaska Anchorage are in the first stages of considering transferring the Kodiak Seafood and Marine Science Center building to Kodiak College. The building has empty space that could potentially be used by Kodiak College, said Paula Cullenberg, ...
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Week in Words: Assembling for peace’s sake
We had some important words circling the news last week. A big one, which we hear often, was “assembly,” for two reasons: the local election and the discussions over the proposed easement at Termination Point. “Assembly” is a fascinating word full of all sorts of complexities. Deriving from the F...
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KHS wrestling home opener cancelled
Mike Hautala’s first season as the Kodiak High School wrestling coach is not starting the way he had hoped. The coach was forced to cancel this weekend’s season-opening Robin Hervey Tournament because East Anchorage and Dimond do not have enough wrestlers to bring to the island. The two schools a...
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