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Womens Bay board revived
Winter is approaching, but a handful of Bell’s Flats residents aren’t getting ready for hibernation. They’re reviving a long-dormant community organization. On Saturday evening, 20 people gathered in Womens Bay Fire Hall to revive the Womens Bay Community Council. Seven people were chosen to serve as directors of the nonprofit corporation that represents Womens Bay on an unofficial basis. Interim chairman Dave Heu...
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Kodiak volleyball remains perfect
Kodiak’s volleyball team remained perfect on the season after a four-game, three-day trip to the Kenai Peninsula. The Bears swept Kenai 25-18, 25-9, 25-12 Friday and 25-6, 25-11, 25-14 Saturday and then added a 25-13, 25-18, 25-14 sweep of Soldotna Saturday evening. Kodiak started the trip on Friday with a four-game win over the Stars. Kodiak improved to 4-0 in the Northern Lights Conference and 10-0 overall. “We ...
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Prep cross country: Thomet wins in Seward
Kodiak’s Levi Thomet continued his supremacy over Alaska opponents on Friday. The junior captured his sixth win of the cross country season by taking the Frank Diekgraff Invitational in Seward with a time of 15 minutes, 57.7 seconds. Going back to last season, Thomet has won eight consecutive races in the state. As a team, Kodiak placed fourth with 85 points, 22 points behind champion and Region III opponent Kenai...
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Fish Factor: Buyers look to expand fishing opportunities
Alaska’s record salmon season has permit brokers hopping as buyers seek to break into or expand their fishing opportunities in many fisheries. Notably, brokers say there is “a lot of great buzz” at Bristol Bay, despite a lackluster sockeye fishery that saw the bulk of the red run come and go eight days early. “Prior to the season the drift permits went for under $100,000, but we just sold one for $125, 000,” said ...
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Prep football: Week 5 scores
Thursday South Anchorage 56, Chugiak 0 Service 52, Eagle River 14 Friday Eielson 54, Monroe 40 Dimond 30, East Anchorage 6 West Anchorage 27, Bartlett 8 West Valley 20, Wasilla 3 Kenai 44, Houston 0 Colony 28, Lathrop 23 Palmer 48, Homer 0 Saturday Soldotna 63, Kodiak 0 Voznesenka 28, Seward 0 North Pole 64, Thunder Mt. 0 Nikiski 57, Valdez 6 Foss (Wash.) 41, Juneau 22 Barrow 38, Skyview 8
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Garden Gate: Compost is gold for the garden
After moving to Kodiak in 1984, I developed a hankering to grow something. Mostly food. So I started attending Kodiak Garden Club meetings. Most of the presentations however were, you might have guessed: mostly flowers. Things have changed, beginning with the front yard: Lawns and gardens have replaced crab pots and skiffs. And overall, folks are growing more vegetables in places where aggressive salmonberry bushe...
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Teacher spotlight: Connecting students to the world through art
Bonnie Dillard has been teaching art to students in Kodiak for nearly two decades. She started working for the Kodiak Island Borough School District 25 years ago as a substitute, and then became the art teacher at Kodiak High School where she has taught for the last 19 years. Bonnie Dillard sat down with the Daily Mirror to answer questions about what students in her art classes are working on this school year. Q:...
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Mental Health Trust Authority meets in Kodiak
Leaders from across the state gathered in Kodiak on Tuesday to learn about Kodiak health professionals and service providers and the challenges they face. Every other year the Mental Health Trust Authority visits a different rural region of Alaska. The purpose of the visits was to increase awareness of key issues facing Kodiak, and to focus on future funding and initiatives for Trust beneficiaries. Trust beneficia...
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Shoes play a big part of a cross country race
Shoes are just not shoes to cross country runners; they are the sole piece of equipment that they use. That is why Kodiak coach Marcus Dunbar is always surprised to see runners show up in just about anything covering their feet. “We want kids in a decent shoe that is designed for running,” Dunbar said. “Kids show up in skateboarder shoes, basketball shoes and all kinds of dress shoes — we want them to get in a pai...
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Parking fines rise
The Kodiak City Council unanimously approved a sweeping change to the city's parking and traffic regulations on Thursday night. The regulations double the city's fine for illegal parking from $10 to $20 and put the city in charge of adjudicating parking infractions. Parking ticket appeals will be handled by a hearing officer appointed by the city manager, and anyone with four unpaid parking tickets could have thei...
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