Kodiak Daily Mirror - Daily newspaper of Kodiak, Alaska
KHS activities director may drop to part-time
For more than a week, Bryan Ferris thought his time as Kodiak High School activities director would end after this school year. Ferris said KHS principal Phil Johnson told him the Kodiak Island Borough School District was abandoning the AD position in favor of a districtwide athletic administrator and that the district had offered him a teaching position for the 2014-15 school year. Superintendent Stewart McDonald...
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Fish Factor: Food specialist turns pollock skins into pet treats
Co-products is the big new buzz word in the seafood industry as more companies move towards “head-to-tails’ usages for fish. “For instance, the oils we are producing now from pollock livers has become so valuable in capsules and other human nutraceutical products, it makes no sense to call the livers a ‘byproduct’ of the fillets or surimi. All of it is important in the puzzle of how to maximize the value of each f...
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Four vie for KEA board
Four candidates are vying for three Kodiak Electric Association board of directors seats. According to a release from KEA, incumbents Ron Acarregui, Ben Millstein and Cecil Ranney and newcomer Clifford Ford are battling for the three three-year open seats. The four candidates will appear on the ballot to be mailed to KEA members on March 27. Completed ballots will be due by April 18 and results will be announced a...
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Kodiak High School brothers share love for hoops
Tyler Canete-Hall is amazed with what his little brother, Alec, can do with a basketball. “If you watch me in games or even during practice, after every move Alec does, you will see me look away and just laugh and shake my head at the same time,” Tyler said. “It is so cool what he does.” Alec, a sophomore, is a slick operator on the court, while Tyler, a senior, is a bruiser. Together, the brothers make up 20 perc...
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Ferris is a dedicated AD
To the Editor, I am a parent of two high school students and am very surprised and saddened by the school's decision to pull Mr. Ferris out as the athletic director. He is a dedicated person and gets his job done. He is not only an athletic director, but he is a mentor and counselor to our students. He is always ready and able to listen to students and parents concerns. I found out about the school's decision from...
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Parks and Rec Schedule: March 15-march 21
AQUATICS Daily Schedule: Following is the daily schedule for the pool. Friday, March 14 Morning Lap 5:30 – 7:30 a.m. Noon Lap 11 – 1 p.m. Kingfishers 3:30 – 6:30 p.m. Evening Open 6:30 – 8 p.m. Evening Lap 8 – 9 p.m. Saturday, March 15 Lap/Aerobics 9 – 10:30 a.m. Afternoon Open 3 - 5 p.m. Evening Lap 5 - 6 p.m. Sunday, March 16 Family 3:30 – 5:30 p.m. Evening Lap 5:30 – 6:30 p.m. Evening open 6:30 – 8 p.m. Monday,...
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Senior Life: Golden Tones to perform at luncheon
St. Patrick’s Day Luncheon Kodiak Senior Center will host a St. Patrick’s Day Luncheon Monday, March 17 at noon. Come join the Irish fun that day and enjoy corned beef, cabbage and all the trimmings. The Golden Tones will be singing a few Irish songs that day as well. Be sure to wear your green. Call KATS 486-8308 for a ride to the luncheon. Other Events Breakfast for Brains has been a very popular activity. It is...
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Amazing Nature: Ecosystems are large and small and found in unlikely places
What is an ecosystem? Is it large like the entire worldwide ocean or small like a drop of water? What factors are at work in ecosystems? How are the organisms in marine ecosystems connected? Ask any sixth-grade student in Kodiak this year about marine ecosystems and they should have some of these answers for you. During the past three weeks, sea urchins, kelp, crabs, sea stars, snails and hermit crabs have visited...
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In the Courts: March 14
Judgment of Acquittal A jury found Teddy J. Charliaga, 35, not guilty on, assault in the fourth degree, and two counts of stalking effective Feb. 21. Dismissal • A charge of violating a protective order against Christopher B. Clark, 26, was dismissed on March 4. • A charge of fourth-degree assault against Jomer T. Abalanza, 30, was dismissed on March 6. • Charges of second-degree theft, second-degree theft access ...
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Guest opinion: Federal records must be kept in Alaska
I'm writing to voice my concern over the proposed permanent closure of the National Archives and Records Administration's Anchorage facility. NARA is the federal agency that is responsible for preserving and making accessible federal records. In Alaska, the Anchorage NARA office is the place where the records of the Fish and Wildlife Service, US Coast Guard, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Association and the oth...
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