Coast Guard murder still remains a mystery Operations at Coast Guard Base Kodiak are the same. Coast Guardsmen get up each day and go to work, ready to help when a sinking fishing vessel calls or when someone needs to be medevaced to a hospital.
The buildings on the base remain unchanged, but things are different.
It's been six months sin...
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Nicole Klaussfirstname.lastname@example.orgKodiak Daily Mirror
Changes can be good To the editor:
When our former Parks and Recreation Director announced his retirement this spring, a few people in Kodiak thought it was well past due. His ability as director has not been in question, but sometimes there can be a downside to having a position too long. An entitlement, right of p...
Island Flavor: Stuck in Anchorage: A Wheat Belly Abroad If I had known our quickie medical trip would stretch into a “stuckation,” I would have been better prepared.
I’d have packed a case of granola bars, a jar of peanut butter, two boxes of protein shake mix, maybe another change of underwear.
But as a one-night stay stretched into a seven-night ord...
Democrats fight for freedom The words “growth” and “progress” represent the wrong standard for our future. The fouling caused by industry is killing the environment and it’s people. Lisa Murkowski asks the people of Alaska to stop being afraid of progress and growth in the oil sector. Why should we be afraid? Oil spills nev...
Henny Pennys self-declare a crisis in the gulf fisheries Henny Pennys self-declare a crisis in the gulf fisheries
To the Editor:
Wednesday’s article about the North Pacific Fishery Management Council missed the trickery of disaster economics used by central Gulf of Alaska groundfish trawlers. Alaska Groundfish Data Bank and Whitefish Trawler Associati...
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Stephen Taufen, Groundswell Fisheries MovementKodiak Daily Mirror
Helpful hints to save money To the Editor:
October has arrived and so has the 1 percent city sales tax increase, compliments of our city council. We are now tied with Wrangell for having the highest city sales tax in the state with 7 percent. But wait, that's not the end of it; the other shoe hasn't dropped yet, i.e. the sa...
Volleyball honors four seniors Danielle Willis received an early introduction into volleyball.
“The first time I was head coach, I had just given birth to Danielle,” Kodiak coach and Danielle’s mother Amy Willis said. “She was six months old and we had her in the ball cart.”
Danielle constantly gets reminded of being toted to...
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Derek Clarkston / email@example.comKodiak Daily Mirror
Around Kodiak: Oct. 12 Bake Sale
The Rock Island Rollers roller derby team will hold a bake sale 5-7 p.m. Saturday in the Safeway entrance.
Kodiak Audubon Society hosts a presentation entitled "Antarctica: Birds, Ice and Mammals" at 7 p.m. tonight in Room 129 of the Benny Benson Building at Kodiak College...