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Outage blamed on cable link
Blame the cable. When a thin underground link of copper and insulation broke Monday, it sparked a chain of cascading problems that led to Kodiak’s most significant power outage for several years. Kodiak Electric Association CEO Darron Scott said the electric cooperative’s investigation has prompted tough lessons in how the utility addresses future outages. “We spent a lot of time and lessons learned on this,” he s...
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Tustumena's return delayed until October
The Alaska Marine Highway System ferry Tustumena will not return to service before October, city manager Aimee Kniaziowski told the Kodiak City Council in a surprise announcement Thursday night. The news came as the council prepared to vote on a resolution that asks Gov. Sean Parnell and the Alaska Legislature to "develop a long-term solution immediately to ensure the Kodiak region receives scheduled and uninterru...
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Relay kicks off tonight
People in Kodiak will walk around a track for 24 hours at Woody Way Field this weekend to honor and remember loved ones who have been affected by cancer. The seventh annual Relay for Life kicks off at 6 p.m. with opening ceremonies. All proceeds raised before and during the event are donated to the American Cancer Society for cancer research. “It benefits anybody that has or has had cancer,” said Relay for Life ch...
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Fisherman, 44, is second Kodiak drowning this week
Three days after a 14-year-old boy drowned in a Kodiak lake, Alaska State Troopers report that a 44-year-old fisherman has drowned in Stockholm Bay. Dana Lounsbury was reported dead just after midnight by a fishing boat that radioed the Coast Guard to report the accident in a small bay near the entrance to Olga Bay at the southwest end of Kodiak Island. Troopers were unable to immediately respond and confirmed Lou...
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Post 17 ends season with win
After Kenai tied the game, Kodiak responded with a big inning to close out its American Legion baseball season Tuesday afternoon. Post 17 plated 10 runs in the fifth inning to turn a close game into a 12-2 mercy rule victory at Kenai Little League Fields. Joe Schactler's two-out, two-run single in the bottom of the fifth ended it for Kodiak and sent the Bears into sole possession of third place in the 12-team leag...
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Call out people based on their character, not cultural background
To the Editor: I hope that you are enjoying some of these beautiful days that we are being blessed with. One of the things I have enjoyed about the KDM reporting has been your cultural non-bias. I just want to make a comment on the article on the front page of the KDM paper dated July 22, 2013, titled “Jury finds man guilty of 2011 assault.” The article starts with “A Filipino man…” instead of a “Kodiak man” like ...
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Our court system is a joke to criminals
To the Editor: What is wrong with our court system and judges? All these repeat offenders get their hands slapped and let go. We have so much crime in Kodiak, but they let them go and they do the same things over and over again. You saw the Kodiak Mirror that said about this one in particular who at age 58, is still stealing, robbing and breaking the law all the time and he is still running loose. I knew him as a ...
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Around Kodiak: July 26
The annual Kodiak Emerald Isle 4-H Club and Open Horse Show will take place at the Kodiak Island Fairgrounds starting at 9 a.m. Saturday. Carrie Danelski, a previous Kodiak 4-H member and collegiate competitive rider, will judge the show. Saturday's events will include English equitation and pleasure riding followed by showmanship. After lunch, Western equitation and pleasure riding takes place. Approximately 12 r...
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Public Safety Blotter: July 26
Friday, July 19 • At 2:26 a.m., an officer was on foot patrol at the downtown mall. • At 2:47 a.m., a commercial alarm went off. It was a false alarm. • At 3:03 a.m., an officer was on foot patrol on Hillside Park. • At 3:32 a.m., an officer was on foot patrol on Baranof Park. • At 5:43 a.m., a man was sleeping in a vehicle. An officer gave him a warning. • At 5:53 a.m., an officer was on foot patrol at the downto...
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Tapestry: Bob and Helen Hall left memorable legacy
Annie (Hall) Hornor remembered the smell of fresh morning coffee and the subdued voices of her father and his friends as they talked in the Hall kitchen on Tagura Road many years ago. “They were young men with wonderful dreams,” Hornor wrote in a tribute for a community potluck honoring her parents, the late Bob and Helen Hall. Hornor couldn’t be in Kodiak for the event because of a recent cardiac procedure. Her t...
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