Public Safety Blotter: Oct. 9 Friday, Oct. 5
• At 3:28 a.m., an officer was on foot patrol on Marine Way.
• At 5:13 a.m. and 5:18 a.m., an officer was on foot patrol on Mill Bay Road.
• At 9:12 a.m., a caller reported a speeding vehicle on Rezanof Drive. It was gone when police arrived.
• At 9:20 a.m., a vehicle received a citation for a parking offense on Woody Way Loop.
• At 10:07 a.m., a vehicle received a citation for a parking offense on ...
Threshold makes recycling easy To the Editor:
Like most of us, my best friend had succumb to the old adages, "but it is on sale" or "we might use it later." The result, amass of material wealth, cardboard boxes and bubble wrap. So, when my friend and her husband had to depart from Kodiak...there began the journey of "material purging."
As a friend, I was swept into a deluge of virtual moving sales, downsizing and repeated trips to Threshold Re...
In nationwide meningitis outbreak, experts say Alaska danger nil An outbreak of fungal meningitis that has afflicted more than 100 people across the country is not a threat to Alaska, health experts say.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention have linked the outbreak to contaminated steroid injections produced by the New England Compounding Center and used starting May 21.
The CDC and the Food and Drug Administration say hospitals and clinics in 23 states received drugs...
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Demand rising at shelter, food bank The Kodiak Baptist Mission Food Bank and the Brother Francis Shelter are reporting a rise in the number of year-round Kodiak residents seeking aid.
In past years, summer users of the Kodiak Baptist Mission Food Bank have largely been seasonal workers, but this summer the food bank saw more Kodiakans using the services.
"This summer we didn't see a lot of seasonal workers," said Kelli Forman, food bank public educa...
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Kodiak Island births: Oct. 9 • Kaia Emme Hiner was born at 9:13 a.m. Sept. 29, 2012, to Mariah and Ashley Hiner. She weighed 7 pounds, 7.6 ounces, and measured 21 inches long.
Kaia’s parents are originally from Kodiak. Her father works at Scott’s Heating and Plumbing and her mother works at home.
Also welcoming her to the family is Ailey Skye.
Proud grandparents are Todd and Cecile Hiner of Kodiak, Randy and Paula Ensign of Kodiak and Mark a...
Outdoor Kodiak: Stretch the deer season by expanding your toolbox This is turning out to be a tough deer season on the road system for lots of hunters. Last winter’s harsh conditions appear to have cropped the population considerably.
Dedicated hunters can still find bucks, but they have to invest a lot of time and walk a Stretch the deer season by expanding your toolboxlot of miles to find a legal buck.
Do you feel the end of the road system season closing in on you? If you hav...
Ouzinkie Native Corporation shifts away from 8(a) contracting Ouzinkie Native Corporation is joining the statewide Native corporation trend away from federal contracting.
"In light of defense spending, there's a concern, probably a very justified concern that defense spending is going to become less," said company CEO Greg Strong on Monday.
Strong spoke with the Daily Mirror the week after the company's annual meeting in Ouzinkie and had a similar message to the one presente...
Kodiak alumni update: Anthony fifth in Wash. meet After more than a month of not competing, Dylan Anthony posted a top-5 finish at the 39th Western Washington Classic Invitational on Saturday.
The University of Alaska Anchorage sophomore covered the 10-kilometer Bellingham, Wash., course in 31 minutes, 33 seconds to place fifth overall in the men’s race.
Anthony, a Kodiak High School product, was the second UAA runner to cross the line behind champion Micah Che...
Sen. Begich backs Xtratuf protesters Alaskans protesting a decision by Honeywell Inc. to shift production of their beloved boots have a new ally — Sen. Mark Begich.
On Friday, Begich sent an official letter to David Cote, CEO of Honeywell, manufacturer of Xtratuf boots.
About 100,000 pairs of Xtratufs are made each year, and one-third of that production ends up in Alaska, where the boots are used by cannery workers, hikers and the occasional wedding ...
Man faces felony charges after allegedly assaulting fisherman and stealing $700 A man who was wearing a white straw cowboy hat is accused of assaulting a Kodiak fisherman outside the B and B Bar and stealing $700 from him.
Imhotep Narcisse, 39, faces five felony charges of first-degree assault, second-degree assault, third-degree assault, first-degree robbery and second-degree theft.
According to court documents the incident occurred around 2:30 a.m. Sept. 27, when Narcisse beat up a man and ...