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Hospital offering diabetes videoconferencing help
Providence Kodiak Island Medical Center is now offering Telehealth Diabetes Education services through its specialty clinic. This program is for someone who has diabetes and wants education on meal planning, medication management or managing diabetes. In the program, the person will videoconference with a certified diabetes educator located in Oregon. It’s similar to Skype or Facetime, except the connection is enc...
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Pedestrian struck by car on Mill Bay
A pedestrian was hit by a car on Monday while crossing Mill Bay Road, although speed nor alcohol was a factor in the collision. The Kodiak Police Department reported that 67-year-old Julia Wiley was struck by a motor vehicle on Mill Bay Road. “Information provided by witnesses revealed Wiley was standing on the corner of Thorshiem and Mill Bay Road waiting to cross the roadway. A vehicle stopped to allow Wiley to ...
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Public Safety Blotter: June 5
May 22, 2014 • At 12:07 a.m., police served papers at the police department. • At 12:21 a.m., police received a 911 call about a domestic disturbance on Ismailov Street. Officers could not locate the disturbance. • Around 1:04 a.m., police conducted three bar checks downtown. • At 1:30 a.m., police received a 911 call about an assault on Mill Bay Road. A man was arrested for assault in the fourth degree and two co...
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Glass floats to Ugandan prints: Kodiak Art Walk to showcase variety
Walkers in Kodiak will be able to experience art in many different media, from sealskins to Ugandan photos, for the First Friday Art Walk on June 6. The Alutiiq Museum, the Kodiak Public Library, Dead Humpy Gallery, Harborside Fly-By, The Frame Shop and the Baranov Museum will be hosting artists during the walk. At the Kodiak Public Library, Kierra Murphy’s “Beachcomber’s De-Light,” an installation of glass floats...
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Achievers: June 5
• Kodiak Pioneers awarded Alyssa Aga and Yuto Ohki with $1,500 scholarships for the school year 2014 -2015. • Erwin Domingo made the Chancellor’s List from the University of Alaska Anchorage. He earned a Bachelor’s of Science in technology degree there. • Craig H. Johnson and Elliott H. Johnson of Edward Jones each received certified financial planner designation. They successfully completed the CFP Board’s initia...
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Hershey meet Friday
A trip to Hershey, Pennsylvania could be on the line Friday at Joe Floyd Track and Field. The City of Kodiak Parks and Recreation department is sponsoring the local Hershey’s Track and Field meet at noon. The marks posted by the Kodiak athletes will be compared with the marks from the rest of the state and the northwest region. Meet organizer Marcus Dunbar said Alaska is awarded a set number of athletes to represe...
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Police identify man killed by Kodiak reefer leak
Updates previous story, "Man killed, one sickened, by refrigeration leak in St. Herman Harbor," with identities of men killed and sickened by leak.
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Coast Guard, Troopers rescue missing woman near Kodiak
The Coast Guard rescued a missing 25-year-old woman lost on an ATV south of Kodiak. “An MH-60 Jayhawk helicopter crew from Air Station Kodiak found the woman in the vicinity of Saltery Cove, approximately 23 miles south of Kodiak after she was separated from the group she was riding with and became lost for seven hours,” the Coast Guard said in a statement. “The helicopter crew located the woman after finding her ...
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Nancy Wells goes on record with post-trial questions
The wife of convicted murderer James Michael Wells broke her post-trial silence on Friday, acknowledging the pain of the ordeal and insisting that there are unanswered questions about the murders. Mrs. Wells came to the Mirror offices with her attorney’s representative, Homer-based private investigator Andy Klamser. Nancy Wells told the Daily Mirror, “I believe my husband’s innocent. I don’t think he did this at a...
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James Arnold, Frick snag top honors
During Austin Frick’s four years on Kodiak High School’s baseball team, he has put up video-game numbers. He was rewarded this year when he was named the Southcentral Conference South Division most valuable player. He is the second consecutive Kodiak recipient of the award after Brandon Mahle won it last year. “I’m very happy for Austin. He has been a catalyst for us for at least the last two years that I have bee...
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