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Amazing Nature: Ecosystems are large and small and found in unlikely places
What is an ecosystem? Is it large like the entire worldwide ocean or small like a drop of water? What factors are at work in ecosystems? How are the organisms in marine ecosystems connected? Ask any sixth-grade student in Kodiak this year about marine ecosystems and they should have some of these...
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Senior Life: Golden Tones to perform at luncheon
St. Patrick’s Day Luncheon Kodiak Senior Center will host a St. Patrick’s Day Luncheon Monday, March 17 at noon. Come join the Irish fun that day and enjoy corned beef, cabbage and all the trimmings. The Golden Tones will be singing a few Irish songs that day as well. Be sure to wear your green. ...
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3 KHS students head to Arctic Winter Games
By DEREK CLARKSTON Mirror Writer Moving from Michigan to Kodiak four years ago, Izzy Riina had never heard of the Arctic Winter Games. Neither had Kyrstal Fabricante or Joel Valdez. The three Kodiak High School students will experience first hand what the games are all about as members of Team Al...
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Coast Guard suspends search for missing mariner
The Coast Guard suspended the search for a missing mariner in the Bering Sea Wednesday evening. A man fell overboard from the 87-foot fishing vessel Seeker 10 miles northwest of Unimak Island in the Bering Sea Wednesday morning. A Kodiak-based MH-60 Jayhawk crew forward deployed to Cold Bay, the ...
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Local Results: March 14
Girls Little Dribblers Thursday, March 6 State Farm (3rd/4th) 16, F/V Halcyon 10 Shanoah Spaer 6, Kristen Carstens 6 and Beatrize Gumtang 4 points for State Farm. Kieara Blondin 6, Navaeh Hemmingway 2 and Kyla Quiambao 2 points for F/V Halcyon. Wingspan 18, Teen Center 16 Ariana Kenese 14, Kaitly...
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Fogle comes up short of winning national contest
Kodiak’s Amy Fogle fell short of being named the top high school girls basketball coach in the nation in the USA Today High School Sports’ America’s Best contest series. Fogle, the Alaska and western region winner, received 22,849 votes in the national round that ended Wednesday evening. Her tota...
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High school project puts socks on the homeless
Tasked to do a high school project, Jonni Myers was stumped on what to do. Advice from her teacher pushed the Kodiak High School senior in the right direction. “She told me to choose something that was important to me,” Myers said. Since Myers’ mother works at the Brother Francis Shelter, she dec...
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Contractor decision on Pier 3 could be made next week
An outside consultant in charge of the city’s rebuild of Pier 3 has narrowed the field of potential construction contractors down to three companies, with hopes of project completion next year. “Pacific Pile, American Construction Company, and Manson Construction Company are the three that we are...
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