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Wrapping our hearts around wreaths
At the Kodiak Garden Club’s annual wreath-making workshop on Saturday, about 50 people ...
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Banner year for salmon catch expected in 2015
Alaska is poised for some big fish stories next year based on predictions trickling in ...
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Amazing Nature: Sustainable fisheries factor in ‘happiness index’
This semester, I am both teacher and student. I signed up for an online class from UAS ...
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Underneath the smiles, fancy galas and stereotypes, many Filipino-Americans are struggling
Alaska Gov. Sean Parnell officially declared October 2014 as Filipino-American History ...
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Vote with the Bible as your guide
With the election coming up shortly, I wanted to write a letter to encourage fellow cit...
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Stutes gained knowledge from local government service
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The crew of the Amak Towing Co. vessel Brian T attempts to refloat the freighter Polar Bear, at the north entrance to the Near Island Channel, Monday. The Polar Bear ran aground on another nearby island Sunday before becoming firmly stuck early Monday, according to a downtown resident. The 134-foot Polar Bear is owned by Anchorage-based Alaska Marine Transport & Salvage Inc. Recent Kodiak weather has featured heavy rain and strong winds, and a powerful south-setting current was visible in the channel Monday afternoon. Today’s marine forecast calls for 40-knot winds and 12-foot seas in Chiniak and Marmot bays.
Drew Herman/Kodiak Daily Mirror The crew of the Amak Towing Co. vessel Brian T attempts to refloat the freighter Polar Bear, at the north entrance to the Near Island Channel, Monday. The Polar Bear ran aground on another nearby island Sunday before becoming firmly stuck early Monday, according to a downtown resident. The 134-foot Polar Bear is owned by Anchorage-based Alaska Marine Transport & Salvage Inc. Recent Kodiak weather has featured heavy rain and strong winds, and a powerful south-setting current was visible in the channel Monday afternoon. Today’s marine forecast calls for 40-knot winds and 12-foot seas in Chiniak and Marmot bays.
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