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Scout, parents clear 600 pounds of marine debris
Ten Boy Scouts, two Cub Scouts and scout parents removed about 600 pounds of marine debris from the Buskin Beach area on Saturday. The debris-removal project was sponsored by the Boy Scouts of America and supported by Island Trails Network. The project is Boy Scout Wesley Pyle's community service...
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Governor names Kodiakan to Board of Regents
Gov. Bill Walker announced the appointment of Andy Teuber of Kodiak to the University of Alaska Board of Regents on Monday. Teuber is the president and CEO of Kodiak Area Native Association and the chairman and president of the Alaska Native Tribal Health Consortium. Walker also nominated three o...
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Alaska State Troopers: Jan. 28
Jan. 23 At 6 p.m., AST responded to a report of a domestic disturbance at a residence on Von Scheele Way. The trooper investigation found that a Kodiak man had assaulted a family member, and the man had an outstanding warrant for his arrest. The man was arrested on suspicion of assault in the fou...
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Tidal stresses and giant earthquakes
A scientist once noticed a connection between the stress that tides inflict on the planet and the number of small earthquakes that happen in some areas when that pressure is greatest. She saw a pattern to these earthquakes leading up to great tsunamis. A graduate student is now looking for a simi...
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Thomet gets another Navy nomination
Kodiak High School’s Levi Thomet picked up another endorsement for the U.S. Naval Academy last week. The senior was nominated by U.S. Senator Lisa Murkowski for the U.S. Naval Academy in Annapolis, Maryland. Thomet also received a nomination from former Alaska Senator Mark Begich in December. Tho...
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Local Results: Jan. 28
City League Basketball Jan. 22 Island Espresso 74, St. Innocent’s 40 Brandan Pickett 17 points, Juan Ruiz 16, Levi Fried 14, Kalen Willis 13, Leexan Data 6, Leonard Pickett 4 and Brandon Ensley 4 for Island Espresso. Stephen Wood 12 points, John Hartung 12, David Young 6, Alexei Gonopolskiy 2, Ja...
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NLC RANKINGS: Conference play heats up
With Northern Lights Conference play heating up, teams are starting to separate from the pack. The top three teams in the girls standings — Kodiak, Wasilla and Colony — have a combined record of 25-4, while the bottom three teams — Palmer, Soldotna and Kenai — are 9-22. None of the bottom three t...
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Time to empower, employ next generation of Alaska fishermen
Alaska is one of the most productive commercial fishing economies on the planet. More than five billion pounds of seafood were pulled from the waters surrounding Alaska in 2012. This world-class catch generated $1.7 billion in Alaska ex-vessel value and earned Alaska the title of top U.S. seafood...
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