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KHS boys reloaded to defend regional cross country title
Marcus Dunbar has done it again. A season after graduating one of the top runners in the state, the longtime Kodiak High School cross country coach has his boys back in position to make another run at a regional title. Kodiak enters the season with a string of 14 consecutive Region III titles, which includes possessing the individual champion the past 10 races. “We want to continue the regional championship streak...
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KDM EDITORIAL: Solutions short of consolidation
A not-quite-perennial debate sprouted again in July, when Kodiak Island Borough Assembly member Kyle Crow proposed placing “the idea of consolidating” on the Oct. 4 municipal ballot. By approving this step — however non-binding, preliminary and tentative — the assembly sets off another round of an argument dating back at least 38 years. Proponents often say combining governments would save money, while opponents c...
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ROCKIN' OUT: R-E-S-P-E-C-T on the air for all
Aretha Franklin was born on March 25, 1942, in Memphis, Tennessee. She is an American singer, songwriter and musician. She sang in her father’s church as a child. She gained the title “the Queen of Soul” by the end of the 1960s. Franklin recorded a total of 112 charted singles on Billboard. She has won 18 Grammy Awards and sold over 75 million records worldwide. I think she is very inspiring. She has a very strong...
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TAPESTRY: Assemblies kids ministry feeds, evangelizes and empowers
At the Kodiak Assemblies of God Church, kids have a ministry, too. Through the denomination’s Boys and Girls Missionary Challenge, they’re learning to pray, give and share the Gospel in many ways. David Boyd, BGMC national director, who spoke to the local Assemblies congregation last Sunday, said the goal of the organization is to take care of people’s needs and introduce them to the Lord. “There are times when yo...
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MOUNTAIN VIEWS: Father, daughter take different view of games
This week’s column almost didn’t get written in the midst of Olympic mania. Enthusiasm for Katie Ledecky, Michael Phelps and the U.S. women’s gymnastics team is going strong in our house. When the Olympics started last week, I let the kids know they could watch as much Olympics as they like. I’m going to ride this wave of Olympic television coverage in these final weeks of summer. Fully surrendering to this large ...
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Kodiakan tops in Marine officer class
General Robert B. Neller, 37th commandant of the Marine Corps, spoke to the Corp’s newest officers during the largest OCS Graduation Ceremony since 2009 aboard Marine Corps Base Quantico, Virginia, on Aug. 6, according to a Marine release. “If you take that commission, and wear the gold bar of a second lieutenant, there are Marines that are going to wait for you to walk out in front of them,” said Neller. For Sgt....
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PREP PICKS: 2016 high school football season begins today
It’s go time for high school football teams in the 49th state. It’s also go time for the Daily Mirror’s Prep Pigskin Picks, a weekly piece that is entering its ninth year. Please remember this is purely for fun and entertainment and should not be taken serious, so do not take the picks to your bookie. I strive to hit .800 percent for the season, anything else is a plus. The first week is always tough as informatio...
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In the Courts: Aug. 12
Keith Douglas Bandl, 53,pleaded guilty to attempted assault. He was sentenced to jail 45 days and fined $250. He is on probation until May 11, 2018. Peter Stephen Olsen, 36, pleaded guilty to harassment offensive physical contact. He was sentenced to jail nine days.
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WORD AND DEED: Prayer as daily practice
Romans 12:12: “Rejoice in hope, Be Patient in tribulation. Be constant in Prayer. These simple words really anchor a person in the midst of the storms. Have you heard the saying “Practice what you preach”? I find myself practicing these very things daily. Now be mindful, some days are trickier than others and “the only easy day was yesterday”. I say practice because each day, in each situation, each set of conditi...
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City votes on $25K to ‘influence election’
The Kodiak City Council will vote tonight on a $25,000 appropriation for public information campaigns concerning city employee unionization and borough and city government consolidation. The ordinance up for vote says the campaigns can include “without limitation information that may influence the outcome of the election.” Discussion of the allocation ordinance was not listed on Tuesday’s work session agenda, but ...
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