Kodiak Daily Mirror - Daily newspaper of Kodiak, Alaska
Playbook: April 17
Friday, April 17 Baseball: Kodiak vs. West Valley at Baranof Field. Junior varsity, noon p.m.; varsity, 4 p.m. Track: The Invincible Pentathlon at Joe Floyd Track and Field, 4:30 p.m. Saturday, April 18 Baseball: Kodiak vs. West Valley at Baranof Field. Varsity, 10:30 a.m.
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Public Safety Blotter: April 17
April 2 At 7:11 a.m., police stayed with a disabled vehicle on Mill Bay Road until it could be removed from the roadway. At 8:49 a.m., police red-tagged three abandoned vehicles on Larch Street. At 9:44 a.m., police conducted a routine animal patrol of Bells Flats. At 10:12 a.m., police conducted a security check on Egan Way. At 11:57 a.m., a 911 caller reported a possible body on Shelikof Street. Police found a d...
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In the Courts: April 17
Virginia Rene Andrewvitch pleaded guilty to driving without a valid license. Andrewvitch was sentenced to 30 days in jail (30 suspended) and fined $1,000 ($750 suspended) and placed on probation for four years and ordered to complete 50 hours of community work service. Valeri Kourenkov pleaded guilty to criminal trespass in the second degree. Kourenkov was sentenced to one day in jail. Leo Lund pleaded guilty to d...
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Hoops tourney scheduled
The Fil-Am Youth Basketball Association is hosting a hoops extravaganza over the weekend at Kodiak Middle School. The two-day event that begins at 10 a.m. Saturday features a 3-on-3 tournament, and 3-point and free throw competitions. The 3-on-3 double-elimination tournament will have five divisions from third-grade to open. Each event costs $5, with proceeds going to the Fil-Am Youth Basketball Association.
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Revolutionaries wanted: No experience necessary
It's Wednesday at Harborside Flyby Coffee and Goods, where I usually write my column. But first, I must play all my outstanding Trivia Crack games. As I play, seemingly absorbed in my game, people around me are meeting together, sipping coffee concoctions or chai, munching on cookies and biscotti, or slurping soup, as I am. In addition to Trivia Crack, I have become addicted to the Hot and Sour Ramen, which really...
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Intermittent Bells Flats road closures start Monday
Two roads in Bells Flats will experience intermittent closures for the next six weeks for culvert replacement, according to a Kodiak Island Borough release. During the closures, culverts under Bells Flats Road and Lake Orbin Drive near Salmonberry Drive will be replaced starting Monday through May 30. The roads will be closed for three to five day intervals during which no pedestrian or vehicle access will be allo...
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Fun run debuts Saturday
A new 5-kilometer fun run is joining the Kodiak running circuit. The inaugural Run for Respect 5K is 10 a.m. Saturday. The race, put on by the Kodiak Women’s Resource and Crisis Center, starts at the Sun’Aq Tribe office and finishes at Woody Way Field. Hot dogs and the music of DJ Marc will be awaiting runners at the finish line. Registration is free and will start at 8 a.m. The run emphasizes brining awareness to...
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Amazing Nature: Conciousness and Hunger Response in Sea Stars
This week during a class discussion about sea stars and their biology a teacher asked me the question how sea stars, which have no brain, know that they are hungry. Though it is a seemingly simple question, it actually sent me on an odyssee of reading articles about animal consciousness. Now, after hours of research on the topic and two Harvard publications later, I still can’t come up with a good answer. Can a se...
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KHS baseball downs West Valley 14-6
Hours before Kodiak’s game against West Valley, Baranof Field was covered in snow and the chances of baseball being played Thursday was slim to none. “I got to school and everything was snowy and it kind of carried out throughout the day,” senior catcher Josiah Chya said. “Then I heard the team wasn’t going to come in and I was kind of bummed out that we weren’t going to play a ballgame today.” The morning storm c...
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Watching whales from Kodiak’s historic sites
Spring is a great time to visit Narrow Cape and view migrating grey whales. The giant creatures swim close to shore on their way to feeding grounds in the Bering Sea, particularly cows with their newborn calves. My daughter Abigail and I watch them from our favorite perch. It is on the cape above Fossil Beach, overlooking Ugak Bay. For the best views, we move back and forth between two World War II searchlight bun...
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