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KHS wrestlers compete in Wash. state
Kodiak junior Scott Larionoff has never wrestled outside of Alaska. That changes today when the Bears compete in a jamboree — a preseason dual — against Union High School in Camas, Washington, a 4A classification school located 176 miles south of Seattle. The fun doesn’t stop there. The Bears have stops at Washington (Tacoma), Auburn and Stanwood high schools during their four-day trip through the Evergreen State....
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David V. Tucker
David V. Tucker, a long time Kodiak resident passed away November 29, 2015. He is survived by his wife Sandra M. Tucker of Kodiak, daughter Lacey J. Tucker of Wasilla and stepson Michael S. Murphy of Washington.
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Platform struck by vandalism
Kodiak Audubon member Rich MacIntosh found an unpleasant coda to the Thanksgiving holiday on Friday when he saw severe damage to the Potato Patch Lake viewing platform, apparently from vandalism. The city of Kodiak and Audubon partnered about 15 years ago to construct the popular viewing area that provides public access from the road through thick alders. Audubon conservation chairman Stacy Studebaker said someone...
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Museums polish up care of metal artifacts
With funding from a Museums Alaska Collections Management Grant, the Alutiiq Museum is improving its care of metal objects. A $782 grant will help the museum clean and rehouse a small collection of contemporary silver jewelry and complete an inventory of the historic metal objects in its care. Museum assistant Rebecca Pruitt will locate metal objects in the museum’s care and note the type of metal, its condition, ...
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Joe O. McClure
Joe O. McClure passed away Nov. 10, 2015, from natural causes. Born in Fort Myers to Oriville and Maude McClure on July 29, 1924, he was a lifelong resident of Lee County. After serving his country during World War II in the Army, Joe attended Southern College of Optometry in Memphis, Tennessee. It was here that “someone opened the pearly gates of Heaven” and Delores “Dee” Ward walked into his life. They were marr...
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Alumni update: Thomet reflects on signing with Oregon
Weeks ago, former Kodiak High School standout runner Levi Thomet signed a National Letter of Intent to run cross country and track at the University of Oregon. The Daily Mirror emailed Thomet, currently a foreign exchange student in Germany, questions regarding the signing. He replied a few days ago. How is life in Germany? How is it different from living in Kodiak? Living in Germany is definitely a bit different ...
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Damaged timber will quickly lose value
To the editor: I have followed with a vested interest the Kodiak Borough Assemlby’s actions and inactions concerning the fire-damaged timber at Chiniak. Some years ago, the borough rejected a $4 million offer for this timber because of public opinion. While the decision made some sense for a healthy stand of timber, the forest fire this summer changed everything. What the borough now has is a damaged resource, whi...
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OUTDOOR KODIAK: December deer for taste, not trophies
The week between Christmas and New Year’s is rich with tradition. For many on Kodiak it’s time to join family and friends in loading freezers with venison. These late season hunts are all about sweet venison in the freezer rather than racks on the wall. I learned that the hard way on my first venture over three decades ago. There was a lot of snow up high, even if it was patchy down near sea level. I had climbed u...
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Local Results: Dec. 1
Boys Little Dribblers Saturday, Nov. 28 State Farm 31, Bases Loaded 28 Hamo Sega 10 points, Shawn Case 8, Connor Case 6, John Saliva 5 and Jon Flerchinger 2 for State Farm. John Tiemun 16 points, Chase Katelnikuff 6 and Jackson Krug 6 for Bases Loaded. Wells Fargo 28, ABA 22 Brayden B. 14 points, Tyler M. 6, Anthony O. 4 and Ryan Kelly T. 4 for Wells Fargo. Malakai D. 22 points for ABA. F/V Jamboree 14, KIS 8 Issa...
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Kodiak Island Births: Dec. 1
Emma Rebel Pruitt was born at 12:57 a.m. on Nov. 5, 2015, to Nichole and Christopher Pruitt. She weighed 5 pounds, 1.6 ounces and was 18.25 inches long. Her parents are originally from and live in Kodiak. The baby’s mother works at Kodiak Area Native Association and the baby’s father works at the Kodiak Island Borough School District. Also welcoming him to the family is Collin Danger Pruitt. Maternal grandparents ...
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