Kodiak Daily Mirror - Daily newspaper of Kodiak, Alaska
Work Group talks bycatch after NPFMC meeting
The Kodiak Fisheries Work Group heard about the Gulf of Alaska trawl bycatch management discussions after the North Pacific Fishery Management Council meeting earlier this month. At the October NPFMC meeting, a new alternative on top of the existing three was introduced by the state of Alaska. Th...
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GUEST OPINION: Downtown committee still at work
The Kodiak Downtown Revitalization Committee continues to meet and do excellent work. I would like to update the public on the work we have accomplished, the tasks being worked on, and to thank those who stepped forward to volunteer their time on this committee. In 2013, at a city council meeting...
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Public Safety Blotter: Oct. 22
Oct. 19 2:49 a.m. Female reports being raped while a male gave her a ride home; under investigation. Kodiak 7:26 a.m. Reports a dog in the neighborhood is incessantly barking; information forwarded to Animal Control Officers Kouskov Street. 8:27 a.m. Female reports she rear-ended another vehicle;...
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Vivian Lee Potts
Vivian Lee Potts, 54, passed suddenly, yet peacefully, on Wednesday, Sept. 23, in Kodiak, after a three-year battle with breast cancer. Vivian was born to Albert W. Potts and Jean M. (Cok) Potts on May 3, 1961, in Bozeman, Montana. She grew up in Belgrade, Montana, and attended Manhattan Christia...
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Alaska State Troopers: Oct. 22
Oct. 12 Alaska State Troopers received a report of a burglary at a residence on Harlequin Court. They found an unidentified person entered through an unlocked bathroom window and took prescription medication and about $150 in loose change. The homeowners may have returned home while the burglary ...
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KHS volleyball secures No. 1 seed for NLC Championships
With two weeks still remaining in the regular season, Kodiak’s volleyball team has already sealed up the No. 1 seed for the Northern Lights Conference Championships. Bears coach Amy Willis wasn’t surprised about clinching the program’s second No. 1 seed in three seasons, but was surprised about t...
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My life as a mytholological eagle-lion
I have a special request this week to write about a particular word. Each Sunday for the past several weeks, my daughter has participated in the Special Olympics bowling league, and while cheering her and her teammates on, I have made a few new friends. Last week was their weekend-long bowling to...
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Politics takes a back seat to night drive
Mom, wait. I’m confused.  I thought our mayor is a girl, not a guy” my daughter, Nora questioned me.  It was a rainy windy Thursday evening. Nora and I were getting settled into our chairs at the toasty borough assembly chambers.  We arrived 25 minutes before it started and sat in the front left ...
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