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Garden Gate: Gardening in the 1800s a recreational activity for ladies
Between 1750 and 1850, dedicated plant hunters fanned out across the world, looking for plants they could sell. They found wondrous new species by the score: the azalea, aster, rhododendron, and wild cherry, as well as many types of ferns, shrubs, trees, and vines. It was a risky business, fraugh...
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Fish Factor: Food specialist turns pollock skins into pet treats
Co-products is the big new buzz word in the seafood industry as more companies move towards “head-to-tails’ usages for fish. “For instance, the oils we are producing now from pollock livers has become so valuable in capsules and other human nutraceutical products, it makes no sense to call the li...
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Capitol Report: Budget hearings to start this week
Hello again from Juneau. With a little over a month remaining in this year’s session, the capitol has been a busy place of late, and more active days are ahead of us as the Senate and House work toward April 20 adjournment. Final decisions on major matters such as the operating and capital budget...
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Four vie for KEA board
Four candidates are vying for three Kodiak Electric Association board of directors seats. According to a release from KEA, incumbents Ron Acarregui, Ben Millstein and Cecil Ranney and newcomer Clifford Ford are battling for the three three-year open seats. The four candidates will appear on the b...
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Kodiak High School brothers share love for hoops
Tyler Canete-Hall is amazed with what his little brother, Alec, can do with a basketball. “If you watch me in games or even during practice, after every move Alec does, you will see me look away and just laugh and shake my head at the same time,” Tyler said. “It is so cool what he does.” Alec, a ...
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Alutiiq Word of the Week: Tanqigya’arluni – Dawn
Tanqigya’arluni – Dawn (verb) Tanqigyaturtuq. – It is starting to dawn. Dawn is the period of early morning twilight that begins as the sun nears the horizon, lifting its leading edge into the sky. The appearance of first morning light around Kodiak changes with the seasons. In summer dawn comes ...
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Borough revises strategic plan
Members of the Kodiak Island Borough Assembly devoted most of their Thursday work session to revising a draft strategic plan for the borough, a much more streamlined document than the one adopted in February 2013. Among the points to guide the borough the plan lists island-wide transportation, fi...
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Anniversary of ’64 Quake to be lionized
The victims of the 1964 earthquake and tsunami that killed 20 people on the island and wrecked several Kodiak villages will be honored with a bronze plaque and a ceremony downtown. If all goes to plan, the “Good Friday Quake” memorial will be nested atop a granite block in time for the event comm...
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