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Aftermath ~ Patches of discolored ground at Launch complex
Aircraft are prohibited from flying closely over the Kodiak Launch Complex at Narrow Cape in the aftermath of Monday’s failed launch for an experimental weapon test by the U.S. Army. The Federal Aviation Administration issued a notice to airmen (NOTAM) on Tuesday morning defining a circle with a ...
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Governor candidates to debate fisheries on Thursday
Thursday will see an influx of politicians as Sean Parnell, Bill Walker and Byron Mallott come to Kodiak for the Kodiak Chamber of Commerce’s gubernatorial debate. Sean Parnell is the incumbent Republican governor. Byron Mallott is the Democrat candidate, and Bill Walker is the Independent candid...
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Public Safety Blotter: Aug. 27
August 29 • At 12:19 a.m., police conducted a bar check downtown. • At 7:19 a.m., police warned a driver on West Rezanof Drive for speeding. • At 11:49 p.m., a caller reported an abandoned vehicle on Zentner Street. It was red-tagged. • At 3:40 p.m., a caller reported shoplifting on Mill Bay Road...
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Alaska Pacific University skiers entertain students
“Everybody take your marks, get set, go.” With those words from Alaska Pacific University skier Taylor Kornfield, more than 30 East Elementary School students took off on an obstacle course adventure through the school’s gravel yard on a sun-filled Tuesday afternoon. Students navigated hula-hoops...
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Submarine donated for student ocean experience
A Kodiak man has donated a yellow submarine to the Explorers Club for youth learning experiences. Richard Waddell, a boat captain and former salvage worker, donated his submarine to the Ocean Explorers group of the Alaska chapter of the Explorers Club, an international organization promoting scie...
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Why don’t hibernating bears get osteoporosis?
Bears have the right idea. Don’t fight the cold; just shut ‘er down for six months and emerge when it’s warmer. Why didn’t we think of that? For one thing, our bones would wither. We’d all get osteoporosis, a disease in which bones become more fragile. Bears don’t get osteoporosis, even though th...
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Alaska Aerospace downplays failed launch
Alaska Aerospace Corporation officials are downplaying the consequences of Monday’s failed rocket launch, but the road to the Kodiak Launch Complex remains closed as an investigation gets under way. “There isn’t a whole lot of damage to anything,” AAC senior vice president and COO Mark Greby said...
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Kodiak remains out of football rankings
Earning its first victory of the season wasn’t enough to propel Kodiak into the Alaska Sports Broadcasting Network’s weekly high school football rankings. The win was thrilling — a 22-20 Northern Lights Conference decision over Homer. Kodiak went ahead on a two-point conversion with under nine mi...
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