A Brew of Local Musicians Rocked Aleutian Arts Council’s Fall Coffeehouse

Monday, October 27 2014

Community Jam/Photo Credit: Annie Ngo

Community was the flavor during this year’s Fall Coffeehouse, a bi-annual event organized by the Aleutian Arts Council. The event featured an immense variety of musical talents from all different sectors of the community including teachers, scientists, and city and state employees.  Along with the great music, the audience enjoyed homemade hors d'oeuvres and coffee. 

The Fall Coffeehouse opened with the harmonizing vocals of Stephanie Laut and Annie Ropeik, along with Andrew Miller on guitar.  Husband and wife Andre and Charity Kitsyuk’s melodic tandem followed. Brent Bain played keyboards in a performance of a piece that he wrote, with Kerry McNamara accompanying on bass clarinet. Ethan Nichols dazzled the audience with his dobro and fiddle skills. Local favorite Our Band didn't disappoint:  their set included fun tunes on a variety of musical instruments. And the night ended with Lynda Lybeck Robinson on keyboards and Sharon O’Malley on djembe, which segued into a free-for-all community jamming session that engaged everyone.

Unalaska's Lucio Howard and Delanney McConnell Make Finals at Valley Invitational

Tuesday, October 21 2014

Unalaska Raiders Swim Team in Palmer

Nearly 300 student athletes convened at the Palmer Pool for the two-day annual Valley Invitational Swimming and Diving Meet in Palmer, Alaska, October 17th and 18th.  Female and male swim and dive teams from 16 schools competed in one of the biggest ASAA high school swim and dive meets in the state. Each athlete was allowed to swim in up to two individual events and two relay events and each team could have no more than three individual entries per event.

Raider Volleyball Team Travels to Anchorage for First Out of Town Games of the Season

Monday, October 20 2014

The Unalaska Raider Volleyball Team is heading to Anchorage on Wednesday to play in the Lumen Christi Tournament. They will be competing against teams in their region, along with state contenders. The Unalaska Raiders will face Dillingham Wolverines on Thursday and will have five conference matchers on Friday against Lumen, Birchwood, Holy Rosary, Ninilchik and Wasilla Lake. Saturday is a bracketed double elimination tournament.  


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Monday 13 October 2014, 8:41 p.m.
Officer located the owner of a motorcycle which had apparently been abandoned.
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Friday 17 October 2014, 4:59 p.m.
Vessel captain requested officer assistance with an intoxicated soon-to-be former employee who was creating a disturbance at the Bobby Storrs boat harbor. Officers ensured that the suspect left the area without incident.
Liquor Law Violation
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Officer advised an intoxicated man not to enter or remain on any licensed premises this night.
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Officers responded to a bar regarding a patron who had gone outside and started fighting with people after having been asked to leave. Officers eventually determined that one incoherent and extremely intoxicated man had been fighting with crewmembers who were trying to get him out of the bar and back to his boat. No charges were filed.

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