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Obituary: Dennis C. Wolfe
Long-time Kodiak resident Dennis C. Wolfe, 72, passed away July 9, 2016, at his home in Sun City, Arizona. A celebration of life will be held at the American Legion, Post 17, Kodiak, at 3 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 27. Dennis was born March 30, 1944, in Tacoma, Washington. He attended Franklin Pierce High School in Tacoma and on completion of high school he joined the Army, completing boot camp at Fort Ord and eventually...
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Home lost in fire
Bayside Fire Department, assisted by the Kodiak Fire Department, responded to the mid-afternoon Monday fire of a house at the end of Ptarmigan Pass Street owned by Ryan Fletcher. According to Red Cross spokeswoman Beth Bennett, the two residents were not at home at the time of the fire, and their dog who was tied up outside is safe. However, Bennett said much of their property was destroyed and the Red Cross will ...
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Quick decision needed for replanting in Chiniak
The Kodiak Island Borough Assembly is considering options for what to do with borough-owned land in Chiniak after logging of the burned parcel ends. Resource manager Duane Dvorak said the borough budgeted $315,000 out of the expected proceeds of the timber sale for reforestation. He said the borough needs to take action to reforest next year, and trees must be ordered a year in advance for fall or spring planting....
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Injured girl in serious condition
The girl who was injured in an all-terrain vehicle accident Sunday is in serious condition at a Washington hospital, University of Washington Medicine media relations representative Brian Donohue said Monday. Independent sources reported one of the girl’s hands was severed in the accident. According to an Alaska State Trooper report, “The ATV landed on the driver’s left arm causing major injuries.” The driver was ...
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City voters will decide on unionization
A petition to place city employee unionization on the municipal ballot has been certified by the Kodiak city clerk. City employees are currently prohibited from unionizing for the purpose of collective bargaining under a 1988 municipal ordinance exempting Kodiak from Alaska’s Public Employment Relations Act, which asserts the right of collective bargaining for public employees. On May 31, city employees began circ...
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Guest opinion: Another side to the Nickerson story
Every family, it seems, has its black sheep. The Booths had John Wilkes (Abraham Lincoln’s assassin), but they also had William, who founded the Salvation Army … redemption! The Nickersons of Bothell were reputed to have two black sheep, according the Sea Story column, “Tragedy in Uganik, 1988,” in the July 12 Daily Mirror. I believe that story has foul canal water in it, and feel justified to say that about the N...
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Outdoor Kodiak: Changing tactics to keep up with ocean
For most of my 40 years on Kodiak, great halibut fishing was almost a sure thing, with lots of fish and big fish if you wanted them. With the decline in halibut populations throughout their range in recent years, that has all changed. You have to work harder and longer for your halibut, and get acquainted with new locations when old hot spots sputter or fail. Last year was downright rotten. Sure, you could catch h...
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Police Blotter 7/19/2106
May 20 At 1:06 a.m., police received a report of a neighboring residence in the 300 block of Marine Way playing loud music. Patrolling officers were advised. At 8:42 a.m., a person in the 3000 block of Mill Bay Road reported items stolen from their vehicle. It’s under investigation. At 9:07 a.m., a person in the 500 block of Alimaq Drive reported things were stolen from his vehicle. They wanted it logged for insur...
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SKILL CAMP
Derek Clarkston/Kodiak Daily Mirror The Kodiak Football League hosted a three-day skills camp that concluded Saturday at Joe Floyd Track and FIeld. High school coaches and players, and KFL coaches taught youngsters the fundamentals of the game. The high school season starts in a few weeks, while the KFL season begins in late August.
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Births 7-19-2016
Julia Boado Bungay was born at 1:25 p.m. on July 9, 2016, to Welfred and Rhodora Bungay. She weighed 6 pounds, 15 ounces and was 19.5 inches long. Her parents are originally from the Philippines and now live in Kodiak. The baby’s mother works at the U.S. Postal Service, and the baby’s father works at Petro Marine Services. Also welcoming him to the family are Nathan James and Welfred Bungay Jr. Grandparents are Os...
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