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Subsistence office looking to change rural determination process
The Office of Subsistence Management is working on changing how Alaska communities are determined as rural or non-rural as it relates to subsistence harvest of fish and game. Only communities classified as rural are allowed to harvest animals under federal subsistence rules on federal public land...
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Try new approaches to community problems
I thought the outcome of Thursday’s P&Z meeting was as it should be, and I thought Scott Arndt did a good job of running the meeting. Dozens upon dozens of speakers spoke during the 4 1/2-hour meeting, which included some witty and salient observations. One person noted that Kodiak consists of tw...
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Another Kodiak ship sank in 1993
I noticed you missed a shipwreck that occurred in January 1993; “The Massacre Bay.” The Daily Mirror article was published on Jan. 18, 1993. This was a big one. They had to lease the High School auditorium because there were so many mourners. (About 700 mourners attended) — Karen Lee
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Community events
Send items for inclusion in the Community Calendar to editor@kodiakdailymirror.com or bring them to the Kodiak Daily Mirror office, 1419 Selig St. TODAY Noon-1 p.m. — Why Did the Fish Cross the Road? A Talk About Salmon Habitat and Fish Passages, with Blyth Brown, Kodiak Soil and Water Conservati...
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Alaska State Troopers: Feb. 12
Feb. 5 At approximately 11:22 a.m., Kodiak AST contacted a 42-year-old Kodiak man. It was confirmed that he had an outstanding arrest warrant for failure to report to jail stemming from the original charge of assault in the fourth degree. He was arrested without incident and transported to the Ko...
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Debora Howard
On Feb. 2, 2015, Debora Howard passed away at Providence Kodiak Island Medical Center with her husband of 19 years, John Howard, holding her hand at the bedside. Debi was born Dec. 9, 1957, at Williams Air Force Base in Mesa, Arizona, to James Royce McCown from Little Rock, Arkansas, and Carole J...
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Local Results: Feb. 12
Kodiak Island Dart Association Feb. 4 High tons: Curt Tolle 140, Dan Richardson 140, John Toliver 140, Geoff Spalinger 140, Dan Richardson 136, Carl Gronn 134, Tony Belzer 133, Fili Bravo 125, Ed Micael 125, Johnny Brunton 121, Ed Micael 121, Keith Morin 120, Roberto Aragon 120, Brittany Gregorio...
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Top teams remain the same in rankings
There was hardly any change in this week’s Alaska Association of Basketball Coaches rankings. The entire boys poll remained the same from last week with West Anchorage grabbing the top spot. West defeated No. 3 Dimond, 48-38, on Monday that pushed its record to 9-2. Service (14-2) is ranked secon...
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