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Stage and Screen: 'Jersey Boys:' Mediocre film – great music
I’m a Jersey Boy – I was born and grew up in the epicenter of the Garden State. I thoug...
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Outdoors Kodiak: Fine-tuning your king trolling
We’re “fortunate” in managing to catch a lot of king salmon from our boat — or at least...
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Fish Factor: Sockeyes booming at Bristol Bay
With salmon fisheries going on every summer all across Alaska, you might wonder why so ...
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Kodiak softball stays alive at state by Hawks97
Jun 06, 2014 | 0 0 comments | 121 121 recommendations | email to a friend
Kodiak High School's softball team went 1-1 on the first day of the small-school state championships Friday at Cartee...
Senior Austin Frick covers his head with his shirt after the Bears' 80-64 loss to Thunder Mountain in a loser-out contest at the 4A state championships Friday at Sullivan Arena in Anchorage. (Derek Clarkston photo) Friday hoops: Kodiak boys finish season with loss to Thunder Mt. by Hawks97
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Kodiak's boys couldn't overcome a rough first half and fell to Thunder Mountain, 80-64, in a loser-out contest at the...
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Larsen Bay Tribal Council’s new anti-tobacco youth activities program, Club Creative, gathers twice a week to discuss the negative effects of smoking. 
Its first project was tie-dying anti-tobacco t-shirts, Kara Darling, Club Creative coordinator reports.
The Kodiak Area Native Association donated t-shirts proclaiming “smoke salmon not cigarettes.” 
“We had a great turn out and the kids had a blast,” Darling said.
“Recently Larsen Bay Tribal has passed a Tobacco Free Resolution and in support KANA was able to donate supplies for Club Creative,” she added.
Larsen Bay Tribal Council’s new anti-tobacco youth activities program, Club Creative, gathers twice a week to discuss the negative effects of smoking. Its first project was tie-dying anti-tobacco t-shirts, Kara Darling, Club Creative coordinator reports. The Kodiak Area Native Association donated t-shirts proclaiming “smoke salmon not cigarettes.” “We had a great turn out and the kids had a blast,” Darling said. “Recently Larsen Bay Tribal has passed a Tobacco Free Resolution and in support KANA was able to donate supplies for Club Creative,” she added.
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