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I am sitting in a warm coffee shop looking at a frozen lake. The wind is whipping snow drifts across the icy surface and people entering the room comment on the frosty temperatures. It is winter in Kodiak. Last night I was treated to an outdoor adventure of skating on a hidden little lake in…

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With a short work week upon us and me not wanting to rush a draft through the editing pipeline, this week I visit a theme many writers are pulling from their back pockets: Gratitude.

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On Thanksgiving day, I tackled a project that I’d put off for months: Making jam. Mind you, I didn’t wake up that morning thinking, “Today, I’ll make jam.” Rather, as I stood in my living room and watched the gusty, nor’westerlies pluck wavetops from the channel and parade them, sandstorm-li…

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Hunter Blair’s graduation ceremony from the University of Alaska Anchorage with a Bachelor of Arts in History with Honors was scheduled for May 3. Due to COVID-19, he came home to Kodiak to finish his degree online. He has been accepted into the Secondary Post-Baccalaureate Teacher Licensure…

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Emily Helenhouse, a 2016 graduate of Kodiak High School, was named to the fall 2019 semester President’s Honor Roll list for Washington State University for achieving a grade point average of 3.5 or above.

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• Kodiak High School graduates Wesley Dumm and Ella Raisley were named to the Montana State University fall 2019 Dean’s List for having a grade point average of 3.5 or above.