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Gov’ts split on fisheries contract
The future of a joint city and borough contract with a fisheries analyst remains uncertain after the Kodiak City Council voted unanimously in favor of a one-year contract extension at Thursday’s regular meeting. The decision stands in contrast to a Feb. 4 decision by the Kodiak Island Borough Ass...
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Kodiak girls suffer two losses to SoHi
After Saturday’s 51-27 Northern Lights Conference girls basketball loss to Soldotna, Kodiak coach Krista Hicks kept her team in the locker room for an extended period of time. “Sometimes you just got to say a little extra, get a little emotional and try to spark a fire and see if it works,” the s...
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FISH FACTOR: Fishing industry lands on television screens
Fishing lives and fishing wives are set to be showcased for a national audience; one as a documentary and the other, on reality television. The first, an hour-long feature called Last Man Fishing, focuses on the lifestyles and challenges facing our nation’s small-scale fishermen.     “We’re from ...
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Garden Gate: The remainder of the fertilizers
Last week I introduced the Big Three: Nitrogen (N), Phosphorus (P) and Potassium (K) as part of our crash course in fertilizers. Today we’ll cover the secondary elements: Calcium, magnesium, and sulfur, plus the rest of the supporting cast. Now you might think, “Why the heck do I need to know abo...
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Soldotna shoots past Kodiak boys
Kodiak left the Kenai Peninsula still in search of its first Northern Lights Conference win of the season. The Bears lost to Soldotna 60-35 on Friday and 62-32 on Saturday in a pair of boys basketball games. Kodiak dropped to 0-6 in the NLC, 2-15 overall, and is stuck in a 10-game losing streak. ...
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Kodiak sports trivia: Feb. 15
QUESTION: Who holds the Kodiak High School track and field record for discus (boys and girls)? THURSDAY’S ANSWER: In the 2003 season opener against Anchorage Christian, Zach Keplinger caught an eight-yard pass from Brad Zemke for the first touchdown in Kodiak varsity football history. The touchdo...
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2 men face 55 charges in burglary spree
Two people face more than two dozen felony charges apiece for allegedly breaking into several homes and stealing items including multiple firearms in late 2015. Justin Isadore, 18, and Shay Monkiewicz, 20, each face multiple felony charges of theft in the second degree, burglary in the first degr...
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Autistic man’s family sues city, officers
The parents of an Autistic man are suing the city, charging the Kodiak Police Department failed to train officers properly, leading to unnecessary use of force in a Sept. 16, 2015, encounter. Attorneys Myron Angstman and Joshua Fitzgerald filed a complaint Tuesday on behalf of Judy, whose son Nic...
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