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Alaska State Troopers: April 10
Wednesday, April 2 • At 4:15 p.m., the Old Harbor VPSO was advised of a situation regarding a 9-year-old child who was terrified to go home. Further investigation revealed a 31-year-old resident of Old Harbor, who was on conditions of release for a prior felony assault, was drinking alcohol while...
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Fire danger high in Kodiak
The fire danger for the Kodiak road system was raised to high, according to a Wednesday news release from Bayside Fire Station. The release said a no burn ban is in effect and permits are required for all open burns. The release cited lack of snow cover, lack of rain and windy conditions for the ...
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City mulls faster rate hike at shipyard
The Kodiak City Council seemed to like a proposed new schedule for implementing shipyard rate increases, proposed by the Ports and Harbor Advisory Board and presented during Tuesday’s council work session. The city-owned shipyard operated at a loss of $91,371 for fiscal year 2013, an amount made ...
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Macahilas wins second Pro-Build title
Stefan Macahilas said he was lucky to have won last year’s Spenard Builders Supply Pro-Build Championship Tournament. Lady Luck struck again on Sunday at Tropic Lanes. Macahilas claimed his second consecutive Pro-Build bowling title by defeating Janet Baker in the championship match with a handic...
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Public Safety Blotter: April 9
Friday, April 4 • Around 2:53 a.m., two bar checks were conducted downtown. • At 3:13 p.m., a caller requested a subject removal on W. Marine Way. The subjects left upon request. • At 3:40 p.m., a driver on Cutoff/Rezanof was given a warning for speeding. • At 5:27 p.m., a syringe was dropped off...
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Kodiak City Q4 sales taxes fall
Sales tax collections, an indicator for the overall health of the Kodiak economy, dipped significantly year-on-year for the fourth quarter, while certain sectors of the economy showed improvement. The City of Kodiak on Tuesday released its sales tax report, indicating an overall 15 percent declin...
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A springtime journey on the arctic coastal plain
Cold water the color of iced tea wets the boots of Chris Arp as he yanks a power auger from the hole he just drilled in this quiet lake, a few miles from his office at the University of Alaska Fairbanks. A whiff of sulfur ? a sign there's not much oxygen in this pond born when ancient frozen grou...
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Rural schools wrap up archery season
DAILY MIRROR STAFF The Kodiak Island high school rural archery team placed second at the Alaska State NASP Archery Tournament. The 15-person team was comprised of students from the rural schools. Each student shot at their respective school and scores were sent in to the state tournament. The res...
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