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Kodiak netters knock of Kenai
Kalamelia Matautia and Richelle Walker each knocked down double-digit kills in leading Kodiak to a 26-24, 25-16, 17-25, 25-15 Northern Lights Conference victory over Kenai, Thursday at Kenai High School. Matautia registered seven of her team-leading 12 kills in the fourth set, while Walker ended ...
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Practicing the 'E' word in word and deed
Did you know that National Back to Church Sunday is September 20? It started a few years ago, and I discovered it when I was looking for clip art for my church newsletter on Google Images. Not very good advertising, I thought. We try everything in the church but directly inviting a friend. Or Epi...
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AMAZING NATURE: The Warmest North Pacific Ocean in recorded History
It has been a thoroughly enjoyable summer in Kodiak. Every time a rainy day shooed me inside I thought that it would stay that way for a while only to be surprised to see the weather clear and warm up yet again for another spell of sunshine. I remember one of my first summers in Kodiak when I won...
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KHS XC head to Anchorage
Kodiak’s cross country team is competing at the New Balance XC Classic Saturday in Anchorage. The unique meet is divided into four varsity 3-kilometer races that begin at 12:40 p.m. Each race will feature two runners from each participating school with the boys and girls running together. Kodiak’...
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Obama chose right town
Last week the President of the United States of America was in my home. And by home I don’t just mean “Alaska,” our collective home, I mean my hometown, Dillingham. Just above the bluff where Barack Hussein Obama was talking to fishermen is the hospital where I was born. It was also, sadly, the s...
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Fish Work Group discusses bycatch, hears comments at forum
A dozen panelists joined the Kodiak Fisheries Work Group on Wednesday for a forum with stakeholders on bycatch in the Gulf of Alaska. FWG co-chair John Whiddon said the group is not necessarily trying to come up with a consensus, but come to a better understanding of the issues and represent the ...
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City council begins studying possible marijuana rules
Because of a travel problem, a representative of the city’s law firm could not attend Wednesday’s Kodiak City Council work session as planned to give a presentation about marijuana and regulations for its use. Marijuana use by adults became legal in Alaska in February, and detailed regulations ar...
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Troopers: drunk man crashes his vehicle, reports it stolen
A Kodiak man allegedly crashed his pickup while intoxicated and then told the Alaska State Troopers it had been stolen, according to a trooper report. Tyrone Walker, 38, reported to the troopers on Sunday shortly before 11 p.m. that his truck had been taken from his Gull Drive residence, accordin...
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