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KHS football preview: Breaking down the 2014 schedule
Kodiak’s 2014 football schedule is challenging. The season begins with a matchup against large-school power Chugiak on Saturday at Joe Floyd Track and Field. Kodiak faces another large-school squad when it travels to Colony in Week 4. The Bears also face a pair of small schools — Barrow and Vozne...
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KHS football preview: Team deals with low turnout
Jim Schnick knows when it is football season in Kodiak just by looking at the weather. “That sun shuts right off and it is rain every day,” Kodiak’s third-year head coach said. Kodiak players didn’t have to worry about sunburn during the team’s two-a-day practices last week, as they slogged throu...
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KHS football preview: Opening against Chugiak
Kodiak drew a tough opponent to open against — the Chugiak Mustangs. The two teams will collide for the first time on the gridiron at 2 p.m. on Saturday at Joe Floyd Track and Field. The Mustangs of the Cook Inlet Conference qualified for the large school playoffs last season. “We got to prepare ...
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Kids show off their horse skills at 4-H competition
On Thursday, 15 kids participated in the 41st 4-H Horse Show at the Kodiak Fairgrounds. The kids had a lot of chances to show their stuff. The morning began with English riding and the classes included equitation, how the rider looks on the horse; pleasure, which is based more on the way the hors...
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Murkowski helps break ground for new Coast Guard housing
Murkowski helps break ground for new Coast Guard housing By JULIE HERRMANN Mirror Writer Senator Lisa Murkowski helped break ground for a new Coast Guard Base Kodiak housing facility on Thursday. Vice Admiral Charles Ray, the commander of the Coast Guard Pacific Area; Captain Jeffrey Westling, th...
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Pigskin picks is back for another season
The high school football season in Alaska sneaked up on me this year — that may be because the American Legion baseball season just ended a few weeks ago. The start of the season means its time for my weekly pigskin picks column — a tradition that is going on for nearly seven years. Each week I w...
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Past vs. present at Alumni Run
Kodiak High School’s annual Alumni Run cross country meet is tonight at Fort Abercrombie State Historical Park. The girls race begins at 6 p.m., followed by the boys race at 6:45 p.m. The event, which started in 1999, pits Kodiak’s current crop of runners against Kodiak’s former runners. Last yea...
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Haines’ re-election petition approved
Two-term Kodiak City Council member Terry Haines’ petition to stand for re-election has been accepted, according to a Thursday announcement from city clerk Debra Marlar. So far Haines is the only candidate to declare in the race for the two open city seats. Council member Randall Bishop’s term al...
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