Kodiak Daily Mirror - Daily newspaper of Kodiak, Alaska
Public Safety Blotter: Oct. 1
Sept. 25 At 12:24 a.m., police warned a driver in the Birch and Larch streets area for speeding and having illegal rear lights. At 12:33 a.m., police warned a speeding driver in the 1000 block of East Rezanof Drive. At 12:54 a.m., police found a vehicle with the lights on in the East Rezanof Drive and Mill bay Road area. It was unoccupied. At 1:15 a.m., police flagged down a cab driver on West Rezanof Drive. He re...
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Alaska State Troopers: Oct. 1
Sept. 18 The Alaska State Troopers received a report of a boat trailer stolen from a Rezanof Drive business between June and September 2015. The trailer is a triple axel 2014 EZ Loader, model TIEZ102 with yellow rollers and license plate number 8724TD. Anyone with information is asked to contact the troopers at 486-3121 or Crime Stoppers at kodiakcrimestoppers.com. AWT contacted two subsistence fishermen fishing i...
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Pier 1 construction to begin again next month
Building a new Pier 1 will begin again in October after construction was stalled for almost a year as permits had to be modified to accommodate sea lions, according to Jeremy Woodrow, a Department of Transportation and Public Facilities spokesman. The contractor, Pacific Pile and Marine, will begin staging materials at the dock site sometime in October, Woodrow said, although he did not have an exact starting day....
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ANTHC, Providence ask for hospital lease consideration
In the past month, representatives from the Alaska Native Tribal Health Consortium and Providence Health and Services have spoken to the Kodiak Island Borough assembly hoping for further discussions about running the borough-owned hospital as the current lease with Providence approaches its expiration date. Roald Helgesen, the chief executive officer of ANTHC, spoke of local Alaska governance and control. “They co...
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Strong, Lynch exhibit leadership qualities
Thinking about the upcoming local election reminds me of a quote I read recently: “People with goals succeed because they know where they are going.” This comes to mind as I carefully listen these days for our local candidates’ visions for Kodiak, the goals they plan to work toward if elected. What I often hear this fall is lots of talk about integrity and honesty, qualities the office seekers say they value and t...
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OPNION: Old Joe haunts elections
As Kodiak prepares to go to the polls, I find myself thinking of Old Joe. I always do when an Alaskan election takes place. It seems ages when Joe Vogler terrorized Alaskan politics with his demands for Alaska’s independence from the United States. Old Joe’s cragged face, lined by Alaska winters going back to when he first came to Alaska in 1942 via Kodiak, would appear from under his ruffled gray fedora as he spa...
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Assembly incumbent works for Kodiak
Chris Lynch has served admirably on the Assembly for a long time, and her attendance record is unmatched. This is extremely important for an assembly member who is engaged in the process. There is no one on the Borough Assembly and no one running who is more involved in the community. She has served on many non-profit boards. She and I served on the Maritime Museum board at the same time. I know that she doesn’t j...
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Public Safety Blotter: Sept. 30
Sept. 23 At 1:58 a.m., police received a 911 call from a woman in the 200 block of Thorsheim Street and were unable to locate her. At 2:28 a.m., police received a call regarding the woman in the prior call and said she was intoxicated but coherent. She refused medical help. At 5:38 a.m., a person reported someone hit his parked vehicle and left the scene in the 500 block of Thorsheim Street. The person followed a ...
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Bell’s Flats celebrates playground
Womens Bay residents spread wood chips beneath park equipment at Panamaroff Creek Park on Saturday, one of the final steps in a multiyear project to fix up the park with new playground equipment. Cathy Wilson, a 35-year resident, said the project began when another neighbor became interested in fixing up the park. “It’s been a fun process just getting the kids back over here,” Wilson said. “We used to call this pa...
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City takes measures to save water
Kodiak is facing a water shortage that it has not seen since 1999, said Mark Kozak, city public works director. Beginning Sept. 18, the water level at the Monashka Reservoir, which supplies Kodiak, has dropped 32 inches. Kozak said that from Sept. 19 through 24, during active fish processing by local firms, the reservoir was dropping three and a quarter inches a day. Kodiak city manager Aimée Kniaziowski said ther...
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