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Achievers: Jan. 8
Albert Mangrobang joined the Army on Dec. 17. He has enlisted as a 92G Food Service Specialist and will be leaving this February to complete his training at Fort Jackson, South Carolina and Fort Lee, Virginia. Mangrobang is a current resident of Kodiak, Alaska.
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Around Kodiak: Jan. 8
KEA board elections Three seats on the Kodiak Electric Association board of directors are up for election in 2015. The seats currently held by Stosh Anderson, Michael Brechan and Cliff Davidson are up. All are for three-year terms. Nominating packets are available at the KEA office, 515 E. Marine...
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Alaska State Troopers: Jan. 8
Jan. 1 At 3:54 a.m., Alaska State Troopers received a 911 call about a domestic disturbance at a Gull Drive residence. Investigation revealed a man had assaulted his significant other and remained unlawfully inside the residence. The man was arrested on suspicion of assault in the fourth degree d...
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Master plan proposes sewer, water upgrades in Kodiak downtown area
A plan for sewer and water renovations in downtown Kodiak could begin in 2017 and include aesthetic changes in the area, a consulting firm told the Kodiak City Council. During Tuesday’s work session, Dowl HKM presented to the council a draft master plan that analyzed the downtown area’s existing ...
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State issues warning about shellfish poisoning
A recent Paralytic Shellfish Poisoning incident in Southeast Alaska caused the State of Alaska’s epidemiology section to issue a bulletin about the disease. On Dec. 28, a middle-aged man in the southeast reportedly ate butter clams from a local beach and had tingling in his lips for three hours. ...
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48th Joe Floyd begins today
Be careful what you wish for. Kodiak coach David Anderson took some heat for a weak boys field in last year’s Joe Floyd/Ravn Alaska Winter Basketball Classic. Bristol Bay and Unakleet — a pair of 2A schools — and Northern Lights Conference rival Soldotna made up last year’s boys field. “I heard a...
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Playbook: Jan. 8
Thursday, Jan. 8 Boys basketball: Joe Floyd/Ravn Alaska Winter Basketball Classic at Kodiak High School. West Valley vs. East Anchorage, 4:45 p.m.; Kodiak vs. Mt. Edgecumbe, 8:15 p.m. Girls basketball: Joe Floyd/Ravn Alaska Winter Basketball Classic at Kodiak High School. Lathrop vs. East Anchora...
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Thunder Mt. girls No. 1
The 4A girls basketball classification has a new team on top of the rankings. Sitting at 6-1, Thunder Mountain replaced West Valley in this week’s Alaska Association of Basketball Coaches poll, released Wednesday. The Falcons, a Southeast Conference team, soared to the top with their second-place...
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