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Around Kodiak: Dec. 27
Christmas Bird Count The Kodiak Audubon Society is holding the second week of the Christmas Bird Count on Saturday. To sign up for the count, contact Rich MacIntosh at 486-3087. Volleyball bake sale Kodiak Volleyball Club is holding a bake sale from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Sunday at Safeway. Talk government The Kodiak Legislative Information Office will hold an open house from 3:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. Monday with Rep. Ala...
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Wedding announcement: Santos and Schauff
Annelise Delos Santos and Clayton Schauff of Anchorage will wed at 6:30 p.m. Saturday in the Kodiak Harbor Convention Center. Delos Santos and Schauff are Kodiak High School graduates who now attend school in Anchorage — Delos Santos at the University of Alaska Anchorage and Schauff at Alaska Pacific University. Matthew Kimmel will serve as best man and Christina Roe will serve as maid of honor, with Matt Kimmel o...
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Thomet drops in final rankings
Kodiak’s Levi Thomet dropped out of the top 30 in the final high school cross country national rankings of the season. The junior finishes the season 37th in the nation on dyestat.com, which released its final list on Dec. 19. Thomet fell nine spots after finishing 16th at the Foot Locker National Championships two weeks ago in San Diego, Calif. Grant Fisher, who won the Foot Locker race, finished as the top runne...
Dec 26, 2013 | 0 0 comments | 19 19 recommendations | email to a friend
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Man injures knee in shooting
A 33-year-old Kodiak man shot himself in the knee with a stolen .44-magnum pistol while allegedly drinking and driving Dec. 19. The name of the man has not been released, pending charges. According to an Alaska State Troopers press release, on Dec. 20, the Kodiak Police Department notified troopers of a possible shooting that occurred the night before. The troopers’ investigation revealed a 33-year-old Kodiak man ...
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State-waters cod quota to climb in 2014
Kodiak fishermen will have more chances to catch cod in state waters in 2014. On Tuesday, the Alaska Department of Fish and Game announced a quota of 14.63 million pounds of Pacific cod in Kodiak-area state waters. The state-waters quota is derived from federal quotas approved by the North Pacific Fishery Management council earlier this month. Fishermen had a quota of 13.58 million pounds in 2013. The state-waters...
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Alaska State Troopers: Dec. 26
Dec. 11 At 3:05 p.m., Alaska State Troopers received a report of a motor vehicle crash with injuries at Mile 2 Pasagshak Highway. Troopers responded and the investigation revealed a 54-year-old Kodiak man was driving a 1998 Ford F-150 when it left the road surface and overturned across a culvert into the tree line. The man was cited for due care to avoid a collision. Based on injuries sustained from the crash, the...
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Stage and Screen: A butler and a slave — two must-see films
A Butler and a Slave – Two must-see films “The Butler” (2013) and “12 Years a Slave” (2013) are powerful films that recount two remarkable and powerful stories. “The Butler” presents a compelling rendition of the life of Cecil Gaines (Forest Whitaker) from the 1920s through present day. Gaines works as a White House butler from the Eisenhower administration through the election of President Barak Obama and serves ...
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NLC power rankings: Kodiak girls debut on top
The Northern Lights Conference basketball power rankings was such a big hit last season that the Daily Mirror sports department is bringing it back for a second season. The first full week of the high school season concluded Saturday, and it appears both Kodiak squads should have a good run through the six-team NLC — more on that later. The stat of the week doesn’t come from a player on an NLC team; that honor goe...
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'Love locks' decorate Kodiak bridge
They're locks of love, inspiration and memories. Take a stroll down the sidewalk atop Fred Zharoff Memorial Bridge, and you too might feel inspired looking at the padlocks known as “love locks” that sporadically decorate the safety fence. Similar to the “love locks” on the famous Pont des Arts pedestrian bridge in Paris, more than 30 locks decorate Kodiak’s only major bridge. The idea is simple: couples write thei...
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Study: 18 percent of Kodiak is military
Eighteen percent of Kodiak’s population is employed by the military or a military dependent, according to a new study by the Alaska Department of Labor. The study, reported in this month’s issue of Alaska Economic Trends magazine, identifies the Kodiak Island Borough as the No. 3 borough in Alaska in terms of military employment. Just under 23 percent of the Fairbanks North Star Borough is military, while 21.9 per...
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