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Macahilas crowned city champ
For the second straight year, Stefan Macahilas was the big winner at the Kodiak Island United State Bowling Congress City Tournament that concluded two weeks ago at Tropic Lanes. Macahilas won division I all-events scratch — a combined pinfall of singles, doubles and team — with a score of 2,110....
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Kodiak sports trivia: Feb. 11
QUESTION: How many perfect games did Harry Mickelson bowl at Tropic Lanes? WEDNESDAY’S ANSWER: Greg Rose became the first Kodiak High School boy to capture a state swimming title when he won the 200-yard individual medley (1 minute, 44.95 seconds) in the 2004 state championships.
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Local Results: Feb. 11
City League Basketball Feb. 8 Tune Squad 100, N.Ninjas 85 Mark Galindo 22 points, Randy Diocares 19, Mikel Garner 15, Peter Inthavong 13, Dylan Haskell 13, David Diocares 10 and Germain Jimenez 8 for Tune Squad. Robert Custer 28 points, Matthew Williams 23, Brennen Bridgeford 12, Mark Wade 11 and...
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Wasilla girls back on top of state
It didn’t take long for the Wasilla girls to regain the top spot in the Alaska Association of Basketball Coaches poll. The Warriors, a week after dropping to second, grabbed the No. 1 spot in the girls’ 4A rankings after winning the 16-team Lady Lynx Tournament last weekend. Wasilla topped Dimond...
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Budget cuts slice into battle against drugs
Success in the fight against drugs in Kodiak may slow in the midst of the Alaska state budget crisis. In October 2015, approximately 250 community members attended a community drug forum sponsored by the Kodiak Chamber of Commerce. “I think it was a worthwhile event,” said public defender Amanda ...
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SWAB looks to redirect excess food
In an effort to feed the hungry and divert products away from the landfill, the borough Solid Waste Advisory Board will send a letter to all stores and restaurants to ask for clarity about their food donation policy. Jeff Stewart, a newly appointed member of SWAB who also volunteers at the Food B...
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Income tax won’t stay 1 percent for very long
To the editor: Regarding the Alaska governor’s plan for a state income tax, what is most important is not its details but rather its ramifications. For example, the key point here is not so much the initial amount of the tax itself (1 percent of income), but rather that a taxation mechanism is be...
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Altered book show triumphs; still on display
To the editor, The Kodiak Public Library Association, the Kodiak Arts Council, and the Kodiak Public Library thank all the artists who submitted work to this year’s Altered Book Art Show. The public response to the show was incredibly positive; in fact, folks had trouble voting for their favorite...
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