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Flashing the leather
Baseball gloves come in all forms and have been around since the late 1800s. There are outfield gloves, infield gloves, first baseman gloves and catcher mitts. The common thread is that all gloves are cherished by their users. “There is a bond between a player and his mitt,” Kodiak Post 17’s Bran...
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Alutiiq Word of the Week: Naut'staat - Plants
Naut'staat - Plants Ilait naut'staat yaatutaartut. - Some plants are poisonous. Kodiak Island is often called Alaska's Emerald Isle, a nickname that reflects its thick carpet of green summer plants. Abundant rain, mild temperatures, and long summer days combine to make the region's mountains and ...
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In the Courts: July 11
Patrick M Reilly Jr pleaded guilty to Fish & Game charges. Reilly Jr was fined $250 and placed on probation for one year. Marlon R. Inga pleaded guilty to attempted assault in the fourth degree. Inga was sentenced to 90 days in jail (60 suspended) and fined $1,500 ($1,250 suspended) and ordered t...
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Coast Guard, Good Samaritans help in two boat rescues
U.S. Coast Guard assets from Kodiak and Good Samaritan ships were involved in three different rescues Wednesday, one locally, one on the Kennicott ferry and another near Kotzebue. In the local operation, the Coast Guard and the crew of the fishing vessel Katherine assisted three men aboard the ve...
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Students to learn Russian culture at camp
Next week, Kodiak students will learn Russian songs and dances at a cultural camp sponsored by the Baranov Museum, the Kodiak Russian Balalaika players and the Kodiak Arts Council. Students will try traditional foods, dress, music and dance at the Kodiak High School and the museum. “The first day...
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Public comments on controversial decorum ordinance
Kodiak residents spoke out on Thursday against a meeting decorum ordinance recently passed by the Kodiak Island Borough Assembly. The ordinance was introduced at the June 19 meeting and was passed on July 3, 5-1, after a public hearing in which no one spoke on the issue. Assembly member Mel Steph...
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Dock may see temporary closure due repairs
The Anton Larsen Bay dock may be closed for business temporarily Sunday and Monday because of a geotechnical investigation. Matt Gandel, project manager for the Kodiak Island Borough, explained that engineers will be “drilling to see what the soil is like under the water.” Borough planners still ...
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Cliff fall survivor may be discharged next week
A Kodiak teen injured in a fall from a cliff near White Sands Beach is on the mend in Anchorage and may return home to Kodiak soon. Brenda Finley reports that her son Nathan, 14, slipped on a mossy trail heading towards a beach near White Sands on July 5, resulting in a significant fall. Estimate...
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