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Conspiracies and community values
I had a really good laugh reading the March 20 Daily Mirror guest column titled “Freedom and Conspiracy Theorists.” And I mean no disrespect to the author when I say that this was some really funny stuff: The John Birch Society, McCarthyism and the father of the Koch Brothers and a propaganda campaign that would have made the Chinese Communists or Madison Avenue proud. The author reveals and exposes how the local ...
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Choose Respect march to raise awareness about violence
The annual Choose Respect March, an effort to raise awareness about domestic violence and sexual assault, is Saturday and a Choose Respect 5K will be taking place next month. Communities all across Alaska hold Choose Respect marches as part of former Gov. Sean Parnell’s Choose Respect campaign to end sexual assault and domestic violence in Alaska. A few Kodiak villages are participating along with the City of Kodi...
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Teeing Off: Enough basketball, it’s baseball time
I interrupt your March Madness viewing for this important message: It’s baseball time. Players have been working out kinks for the past month in preparation for the Major League Baseball season opener in a few weeks. I envy the lucky souls who get to spend a portion of the winter in Arizona or Florida. I’m also pretty sure Gizmo is jealous of the dogs who live in warmer climates. I’ve lost track of how many times ...
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Christian Science marks century in Kodiak since volcanic eruption
In her book about the history of the Erskine House, “A Legacy Built to Last,” local author Susan Jeffrey writes about “Nellie Erskine: Community Matriarch.” Susan describes the “dreadful ash fall of 1912” after the Novarupta-Katmai volcano eruption and about how “Nellie, W.J. [her husband], and most of the townsfolk decided to stay in Kodiak and dig out … Nellie’s resolve, quick humor, and abiding faith in the Chr...
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Minister recounts path out of occult
Rob Radosti heard that Anton LaVey, author of “The Satanic Bible,” cried out to God on his death bed. Radosti has no way of verifying that story, but he can vouch for his own experience of crying out the name of Jesus, a name he had hated and avoided. Sharing his story with the people of Kodiak Christian Fellowship, Radosti said his conversion happened during a Creation Festival in Pennsylvania. He attended the ev...
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Island Trails to host Spring Walk and Roll
Island Trails Network is holding a spring Walk and Roll program after a successful event last fall. During Walk and Roll, participating students get punch cards, which they use to track the number of times they walk and bike safely to or from school or a bus stop, during school or after school. Generally, the program runs in mid-fall. Last October’s Walk and Roll saw 487 students from Kodiak’s four elementary scho...
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Public Safety Blotter: March 27
March 19 At 12:36 a.m., a caller requested a subject removal on Mill Bay Road. A man was arrested for a warrant. At 9:45 a.m., police conducted a routine animal patrol of the Monashka area. At 1:38 p.m., police cited a driver on Hillside Drive. They were cited for having no proof of insurance. At 3:02 p.m., police were unable to locate a described vehicle that was driven recklessly on Mill Bay Road. At 5:13 p.m., ...
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Local Results: March 27
Kodiak Island Bowling Association Tuesday Co-ed March 17 Men: Scratch game — Matt Kiefer, 267; Tommy Johnson, 256; Philip Obas, 235. Scratch series — Matt Kiefer, 761; Philip Obas, 674; Dave Smith, 652. Handicap game — Matt Kiefer, 282; Tommy Johnson, 280; Derek Clarkston, 273. Handicap series — Matt Kiefer, 806; Derek Clarkston, 766; Ryan McRobert, 758. Women: Scratch game — Amanda Kiefer, 210; Jennifer Gunderson...
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Shadow side exists in all
After disembarking from Alaska Airlines at the Kodiak airport, I wanted to kiss the ground. It was a typically cloudy day, and my eyes no longer felt bombarded with relentless sunlight, as it felt like in Arizona. It was pleasantly dark at 7:30 a.m. and I looked forward to catching up on the sleep I didn’t get while waiting all night in the Anchorage airport. I had my bags in minutes, after exchanging pleasantries...
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In the Courts: March 27
Ty Anderson pleaded guilty to reckless driving. Anderson was sentenced to 180 days in jail (120 suspended) and fined $1,000 and ordered to schedule a screening for alcohol/substance abuse and had his license revoked for 30 days and was placed on probation for five years and was required to complete 100 hours of community work service. Pologa T. Apulu pleaded guilty to disorderly conduct – challenge to a fight. Apu...
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