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Public Safety Blotter: Sept. 29
March 23 Around 2:04 a.m., police conducted two bar checks downtown. At 2:22 a.m., police cited a driver on Hemlock Street for having no proof of insurance. At 3:02 a.m., police warned a driver on Mission Road for the vehicle not being in her name. At 9:35 a.m., police conducted a routine animal patrol of Monashka Road. At 12:46 p.m., a caller requested a subject removal on Center Avenue. They left when police ask...
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Alaska State Troopers: April 2
March 28 At 1:25 a.m., Alaska State Troopers received a report of a vehicle driven off the road into a ditch. The troopers found that the driver was under the influence of alcohol. He was arrested on suspicion of driving under the influence. At 4:32 a.m., AST received a report of an assault at a Kodiak residence. They found that a woman had assaulted a family member and intentionally damaged property belonging to ...
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Community events: April 2
Send items for inclusion in Community Events to editor@kodiakdailymirror.com or bring them to the Kodiak Daily Mirror office, 1419 Selig St. Today Noon-1 p.m. — History in Places: Landscape Names of Kodiak Island with Tiffany Brunson, at Kodiak National Wildlife Reserve Visitors Center. Friday, April 3 5 p.m. — Kodiak Outdoor Film Festival submission deadline, see islandtrails.org/film. 5-7 p.m. — First Friday Art...
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Kodiak Launch Complex back in operation this year, officials say
Local construction crews have cleared all of the debris from the Kodiak Launch Complex and the damaged facilities will be back in operation by the end of this year, Alaska Aerospace Corp. officials said Tuesday. “The demolition contractors and personnel from companies like Central Environmental Inc., and others have been fantastic,” said Barry King, director of launch operations, in a news release. “They were effi...
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Old Harbor fights domestic violence
The entire community of Old Harbor got up early Friday to hurry about putting the last touches on what has become to them a very important day in their battle against domestic violence, sexual assault and child maltreatment. The day alone signified the entire community’s commitment to fight the evil together, officials said. Children hurried about as they painted the signs, adults checked that everything was set j...
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Troopers: Kodiak suspect believed to be armed with rifle
The Alaska State Troopers are seeking a Kodiak man who is believed to have assaulted a woman on Friday, left armed with a gun, and assaulted her again on Sunday, according to an AST report. Bryce Beltran, 19, reportedly assaulted the woman in the Bells Flats area on Friday around 12:30 a.m. and left in a stolen vehicle with a .308 rifle, the report said. The vehicle was found later that day. On Sunday, the trooper...
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New ranking puts Kodiak fourth in state for health
The Kodiak Island Borough ranks fourth in Alaska in community health, according to 2015 rankings from County Health Rankings and Roadmaps, but that’s down a bit from the past few years. The County Health Rankings program has assessed the entire country by county for six years and is provided by the Robert Wood Foundation and the University of Wisconsin Population Health Institute. In those six years, the Kodiak Is...
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Sydney Mutch excelling in equestrian
Sydney Mutch earned a varsity letter in a sport Kodiak High School doesn’t even offer. The freshman rode her way to a letter in equestrian through the United States Equestrian Federation. It was a grueling process, one where she logged more than 100 training hours and had to compete in at least three competitions. She recently completed the requirements, and in doing so possibly became the first KHS student to ear...
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Alaska Science Forum: Catching a lake as it became land
If a lake drains on top of the world, will anyone hear it? Ben Jones and Chris Arp did. The Anchorage- and Fairbanks-based scientists placed sensors in a bathtub-shaped lake on Alaska's northern coast a few years ago. From what they can tell, the lake topped its rim and eroded/thawed a channel to the Beaufort Sea on July 5, 2014. With a flow greater than some northern rivers, the lake's water spilled into the ocea...
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Coast Guard flies ailing mariner to Kodiak
A U.S. Coast Guard helicopter flew an ailing mariner from a fishing vessel south of Cold Bay on Sunday, according to a Coast Guard release. The 19-year-old man was aboard the U.S. Intrepid 30 miles south of Cold Bay and was “experiencing abdominal complications,” the release said. A Kodiak-based MH-65 Dolphin and crew was in the area with the Coast Guard Cutter Alex Haley and removed the man from the vessel and to...
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