Kodiak Daily Mirror - Daily newspaper of Kodiak, Alaska
KHS wrestling weathered out of North/South Tourney
Kodiak wrestling was idle for a second consecutive weekend. Due to foggy conditions in Kodiak, the team was unable to fly off the island Friday to attend the North/South Tournament in Wasilla. “If this is a weekend that we were going to miss because of weather, this one was OK to miss,” Kodiak coach Sean Costello said. “This was a good competition, but we are going to see these kids a lot more this year.” Northern...
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Local Results: Dec. 9
City League Basketball Tuesday, Dec. 3 Real INOJ 67, St. Innocent’s 38 Lonnie Rigsby 18, Dylan Haskell 15, Bryan Larson 12, Justin Spencer 11, Greg Pruitt 6 and Dave Fearing 5 points for Real INOJ. Bernie Stallard 13, David Young 12, John Hartung 6, Anton Gonopolskiy 4 and Stephen Wood 3 points for St. Innocent’s. Strangers 82, Team Enriquez 59 Scott Detorres 28, Grant Auehjem 24, Devin Skonberg 10, Jon Panamariof...
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Assembly approves raise for SAB No. 1 chairman
The Kodiak Island Borough Assembly has approved a $1,200 raise in the stipend paid to the Service Area No. 1 chairman. In a 4-3 vote Thursday evening, the assembly approved paying chairman Scott Arndt $400 per month, up from $300 per month. The suggestion for the raise came from the Service Area No. 1 board, which voted unanimously in favor of the proposal. “If the board doesn’t feel it’s out of line, I don’t feel...
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KTUU-GCI dispute deepens
There’s even more static in Alaska’s cable TV picture. On Saturday, the dispute between cable provider GCI and broadcaster KTUU-TV deepened as GCI cut KTUU broadcasts to Juneau, Sitka and other Southeast Alaska locations. Southeast is the latest casualty in a fee battle that has already blocked KTUU from 7,000 GCI customers in Kodiak and other rural Alaska locations. KTUU and GCI appeared near a deal on Nov. 22, b...
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‘Tis the Season for Holiday Wellness
‘Tis the Season for Holiday Wellness OK, so holiday and wellness go together like water and peanut butter. Studies show that the average weight gain during the winter holidays is between one to three pounds. Oops. The good news is that while the holidays are a time for sharing and giving back, it is possible to ward off any weight gain. The secret: Keep moving. Here are a few ways you can get fit and give back at ...
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Fish Factor: IPHC scientists recommend smaller halibut quotas
It comes as no surprise that the recommendations for next year’s halibut catches are down again for all regions except Southeast Alaska. Fishery scientists with the International Pacific Halibut Commission have recommended a 2014 coastwide commercial catch total of 24.45 million pounds, a 21 percent decrease from the 31 million pounds allowed for this year. That includes catches in Alaska, British Columbia and the...
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Pair of quakes rattle Kodiak
A pair of mild earthquakes were felt across the Kodiak Archipelago and Alaska Peninsula on Friday and Saturday. According to the US Geological Survey, a Magnitude 5.4 earthquake was centered just southwest of Alitak at 10:36 p.m. Friday. A Magnitude 5.5 temblor was recorded southeast of Chignik at 5:44 a.m. Saturday morning. No damage was reported, and no tsunami warnings were issued. In the city of Kodiak, the fi...
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Wanted man arrested for drugs
An anonymous tip led Alaska State Troopers to a Kodiak man who was wanted for weapons misconduct and drug charges. On Thursday, troopers arrested Brandon Timpke, 23, for his $500,000 outstanding warrant. Around 3:37 p.m. Thursday, Troopers received a Kodiak Crime Stoppers tip that reported Timpke inside a trailer on the 800 block of Jackson Lane. According to court documents, Timpke’s girlfriend Erin Phillips, 18,...
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Spike in hay prices puts the pinch on horse owners
Winter is adding a new challenge for Kodiak’s horse owners. Accustomed to wet, cold weather, Alaskan livestock owners are now confronting skyrocketing hay and straw prices, the consequences of a poor harvest in Interior Alaska. “Every time I go in, it seems like the price is always different,” said Rebecca Garcie, who offers riding lessons through Midnight Sun Equestrian. On Thursday afternoon, she stood in the ra...
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‘Best Christmas Pageant’ and live Nativity highlight Kodiak Christmas offerings
Colored lights glow all over town, Bing Crosby croons “White Christmas,” the choir rehearses for its big concert and “It’s A Wonderful Life” once again delights television audiences. In case you’re still not convinced the Yuletide season is here, Kodiak churches offer programs and activities that convey the message of Christmas in a variety of ways: Advent services, Nativity scenes, Christmas tree-lighting ceremon...
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