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City looks at exemptions to make up income loss
On Tuesday the Kodiak City Council heard the first of four presentations on city revenue sources as the city seeks to cover expenses and offset decreasing funds. Sales tax is the city’s No. 1 source of revenue. Under city code, some sales tax revenue is tied to investments in the tourism industry...
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Police ID man found in harbor
The man found dead in the Kodiak harbor Wednesday is Clayton Edmond Uloran, 27, according to Lt. D.J. Clumpner at the Kodiak Police Department. Asked if there were any witnesses to the death, Clumpner said no. The body was sent to the medical examiner’s office for autopsy. “That’s pretty common w...
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WILLIAM "BILL" HINKLE
WILLIAM "BILL" HINKLE 1946-2016 Known for his quick wit and precise one-liners, William “Bill” Hinkle (1946-2016) kept his sense of humor intact until death took him from us. His long battle with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease ended on May 18, when he died peacefully at home in the company...
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State seeks STIP change input
The public comment period for Amendment 1 to the 2016-19 State Transportation Improvement Plan is open through Aug. 19, according to a Tuesday release from the Alaska Department of Transportation and Public Facilities. The STIP list, approved by the Legislature in November 2015, includes five Kod...
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Alaska State Troopers: July 15
July 6 Alaska Wildlife Troopers contacted a 60-year-old Kodiak man while commercial fishing in Deadman Bay. A previous investigation found the man had operated commercial Dungeness crab gear in 2015 off a fishing vessel without proper gear identification and bio escape mechanisms. He was issued s...
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Public Safety Blotter: July 15
May 18 At 6:18 a.m., police received a report of a bear roaming around the dumpsters on Mission Road. The Alaska State Troopers were notified. At 7:08 a.m., charges were forwarded for a man and a woman for burglary, theft in the second degree and criminal mischief on Benny Benson Drive. It’s unde...
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TAPESTRY: David and Lola Davis return to Kodiak command after nine-year departure
Cheerful, enthusiastic, ready to go to work. That’s the attitude expressed by Salvation Army majors Dave and Lola Davis as they begin serving the people of Kodiak for a second term. Nine years ago the husband and wife team left the island to work in Lower 48 ministries. When David first came to K...
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Mountain Views: Caring for others means taking time for self
"How do you have time to write?" people occasionally ask me. Perhaps the answer lies in the magic of old love letters. During a recent effort to clean out our guest room in preparation for a visiting archaeologist, I began sorting through a container of letters and pictures from college. It resem...
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