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GIFT GUIDE: Baker opens shop in Mill Bay apartment
If you have tasted Sam Stahlhut’s cinnamon rolls, it is hard to believe he was banned from cooking for his family. Why? It involved a lasagna layered with 10 pounds of cheese. “You couldn’t chew it,” said Sam’s mother, Karen Stahlhut. “It probably cost me at least $100 for this lasagna.” Accordin...
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TEEING OFF: Kodiak Special Olympic team strikes for 50 medals at state bowling games
For years I’ve thought about joining the Special Olympic bowling team, but never did because practices were on Sundays, and that day was reserved for the Seahawks. I decided to give it a go this year. I’m glad I did, even though it meant missing several Seattle games (Tropic Lanes has televisions...
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MOUNTAIN VIEW: Traveling with kids
My mom once said that traveling with children on an airplane is like traveling with little time bombs. You never know when they're going to go off. And when they do go off, its not going to be pretty. On our recent family trip out East for the Thanksgiving holiday, I was the ticking time bomb. I ...
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Anna Capjohn-Nestic
Anna Capjohn-Nestic, beloved wife, mother, sister, aunt and grandmother, passed away on Nov. 22, 2015, at 61 years of age. Anna was born to Willie Capjohn and Irene Capjohn (Inga) on April 15, 1954, and lived most of her life in Old Harbor, Alaska, before moving to Kodiak in the fall of 2010 with...
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Wrapping things up: All about presentation
The challenge of gift giving doesn’t end when you think of the right present for the right person. After all, the word “present” is also a verb, and as the great chefs say, “It’s all about the presentation.” We all remember the thrill of anticipation we felt as children the night before christmas...
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GIFT GUIDE: Kodiak nonprofits’ holiday partnership
In the season of giving, there’s also room for giving to people in need. This year, the Kodiak Women’s Resource and Crisis Center, the Sun’aq Tribe and the Salvation Army are combining their holiday programs for needy families. “We’ve all had separate programs that only helped our clients,” said ...
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Turkey Trot set for Thursday
Kodiak’s annual Turkey Trot 5-kilometer fun run begins at 10 a.m. at the Teen Center. The event also includes a 2-mile health walk that begins the same time as the run. Registration starts at 9 a.m. The race starts and ends at the Teen Center. Entry fee is $10 for adults and $5 for kids. All proc...
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Week in Words: Pilgrims' lexical journey
Ah, Thanksgiving. That time of year when our conversations around the golden turkey and cranberry sauce reveal just how racist our extended family members really are. There’s plenty to talk about this week, and one of the greatest (possible) ironies will be listening to drunk Uncle Todd complain ...
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