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UPDATE: Shelter for evacuees inactivated, Chiniak residents allowed to return home
Update: A wildfire that destroyed 2,500 acres in Chiniak, burned two homes and a library and forced evacuations has apparently dwindled by Friday evening as residents began returning to their homes. The Kodiak Police Department, in an advisory released at 9:40 p.m., said the shelter at the Kodiak...
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Kodiak man sentenced in 2008 fatal hit-and-run
A Kodiak man will serve four years in jail for a hit-and run that led to the death of a homeless man on Pillar Mountain in 2008. He will also serve six years for perjury and criminal mischief. Bradford Blondin was sentenced Thursday. Blondin, 27, pleaded guilty in May to criminally negligent homi...
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Kodiak football falls to Kenai
Kodiak’s new coaching staff found out on Saturday what it’s going to take to contend in the tough Northern Lights Conference. Kenai turned five Kodiak turnovers into three touchdowns as the Kardinals handed the Bears their first football loss of the season, 46-18, at a drizzly Joe Floyd Track and...
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Cross country: Kodiak boys place third at Bartlett Invite
Kodiak’s boys put four runners in the top 22 and finished third at the Bartlett Invitational Saturday at in Anchorage. For the second meet in a row, junior Keith Osowski led the Bears, placing fifth with a 5-kilometer time of 16 minutes, 18.7 seconds. Osowski, who was the top Region III finisher,...
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Cross country competes at Bartlett
Kodiak High School’s cross-country team concludes its weeklong trip to the mainland Saturday at the Bartlett Invitational. The meet that will feature 24 schools is being called the “state preview” because the state championship meet in October is also at Bartlett High School. The boys race begins...
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Citizen's task force could cut down on burglaries
Last week’s KDM carried an excellent column by Mr. Andy Lundquist. The gist of the column is that in Kodiak we have an increasing number of business and home burglaries that then provide stolen goods to sell for drugs. Mr. Lundquist opines that this situation has now risen to the point “ … where ...
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DANCING BACK: Miranda emerging as Kodiak’s highlight-reel player
If a dance competition breaks out on the gridiron this season, my money is on Kodiak’s Jay Miranda. The kid can move. Quick. Agile. Smooth. “Yeah, he is a good dancer,” teammate and neighbor Andreas Carros said. He should be. He has been dancing longer than he has been playing football. Miranda i...
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Rodeo and state fair set for this weekend
Summer fun isn’t quite over yet. The annual Kodiak Rodeo and State Fair takes place this weekend with bucking broncos, fair food and exhibits of locally made, grown and raised products and animals. If the fair and rodeo seems a bit early this year, that’s because it is. Rodeo and fair board presi...
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