Kodiakans filled Center Avenue to watch and parade in celebration of American Independence, Monday. Some observers said it was the best parade in years. Photos by Drew Herman/Kodiak Daily Mirror
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Superintendent Randy Trani feels like the district has been successful in offering in-person public education during the coronavirus pandemic, he said during an hour-long interview last week.
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Can you imagine how awful winter life in Alaska would be if frozen water sank? We couldn’t travel any waterway that hadn’t frozen solid; at 20 or 30 below the cold hull of a boat or hovercraft would ice up until it sank.