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Garden Gate: A gardening roundtable
Recently, on a blustery Saturday afternoon, I gathered around a friend’s wooden table with a handful of gardeners to share soup, fresh bread and ideas for the upcoming season. We shuffled through colorful packets of seeds that covered the tabletop like an abstract quilt. A plate of oat-chocolate ...
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Bear spotted at Ft. Abercrombie
An adult bear was spotted wandering around Fort Abercrombie State Historical Park Friday afternoon. A surveyor working along the edge of the new parking lot at Miller Point saw the bear around 4:30 p.m. and reported it to the Kodiak branch of the Alaska Department of Fish and Game. ADF&G Southcen...
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KOC should search locally to fill director position
To the Editor: Recently there have been advertisements in the KDM and notices on the Kodiak College (KoC) website advertising the position of “Director/CEO” for Kodiak College. [The position description (PD) can be found at www.uakjobs.com, Posting #0068257.] Being curious, I decided to take a lo...
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Chamber highlighs past year at banquet
The Kodiak Chamber of Commerce celebrated 2013 achievements with its annual awards banquet, Friday at the Kodiak Harbor Convention Center. In his opening remarks, chamber director Trevor Brown highlighted events including local litter cleanups, business after hours, the Coast Guard appreciation d...
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Kodiak boys sweeps Juneau
Before playing three games in three days, David Anderson said he would be pleased if his team went 2-1 on its trip to the Capital City. That is exactly how the voyage turned out for the Kodiak boys basketball team. After starting with a 15-point loss to No. 3 Thunder Mountain, Kodiak rebounded wi...
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Doubleheader: Kodiak enjoys back-to-back nighttime shows Tuesday and Wednesday thanks to clear skies, strong solar activity
Sarah Lovette knew it was going to be a good night for the northern lights by about 6 p.m. Tuesday, when the four Aurora Borealis apps on her phone started going nuts. Lovette has long had an ambition to photograph the northern lights during her two tours to Kodiak with the Coast Guard. Last mont...
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Father and son, old and new merge on long flight
At 10,000 feet, conversations between father and son become intimate and meaningful. No other voices to compete with. No place to find refuge if the conversation gets uncomfortable. Just dad and son in the pilot and co-pilot’s seat at a height where the mundane and trivial look as minuscule as th...
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KIVC puts on men’s tourney
The Kodiak Island Volleyball Club’s second men's tournament is Saturday at Kodiak High School. The 4-on-4 tournament begins with pool play at 9:30 a.m. Bracket play is scheduled for 1 p.m. In pool play, teams play two games to 21 points and, while bracket play is a best of three sets. Entry fee i...
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