Kodiak Daily Mirror - Daily newspaper of Kodiak, Alaska
43,000 signatures gathered by anti-salmon setnet advocates
A one-handed clap best describes my reaction to the 43,000 signature dropped off by anti-salmon setnet advocates at the Division of Elections last week. It means enough signatures were gathered to include the question on the 2016 primary election ballot, and let Alaska voters decide whether to ba...
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57-hour commercial salmon fishing period opened in sections of Southwest Kodiak
There will be a 57-hour commercial salmon fishing period, from noon Monday, June 15 to 9 p.m. Wednesday, June 17 in the following areas: • The Inner and Outer Ayakulik sections of the Southwest Kodiak District. Waters will be open to the stream terminus of Ayakulik River. • The Outer Karluk Secti...
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Bryan Ferris retires after 25 years with the district
Bryan Ferris’ pants pocket has a bit more room in it these days. Ferris ended his six-year run as Kodiak High School’s activities director on Monday, and in doing so turned over his keys to the school. “It is a strange feeling going from a pack of 15 keys to two keys — one to my truck and one to ...
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Kodiak and Fairbanks newspapers for sale to 'the right buyer'
The Kodiak Daily Mirror and the Fairbanks Daily News-Miner are being made available for sale, newspaper Chief Executive Officer William Dean Singleton has announced. The family trusts of Singleton and longtime friend and media partner Richard Scudder purchased the newspaper from C.W. Snedden in 1...
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TAPESTRY: Kodiak is lucky – Every community should have an Edith Wiley
Editor's Note: Thanks, Edith Wiley,for sharing your story and your life with Kodiak! – Mike Rostad On a blustery January day in 1922, Frances Sherman, started to go into labor. Her husband, Bill Sherman, saddled up the horse and left the Nebraska homestead to fetch the doctor. As the time passed,...
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In the Courts: June 12
Emil W. Charliaga pleaded refusal of breath test. Charliaga was sentenced to 180 days in jail (177 suspended) and fined $4,000 ($2,500 suspended) and had his license revoked for 90 days and required to use an ignition interlock device for six months after regaining the license and ordered to comp...
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Public Safety Blotter: June 12
June 2 Around 12:46 a.m., police conducted two bar checks downtown. At 1:08 a.m., police conducted a security check on Marine Way. At 1:14 a.m., police conducted a bar check downtown. At 1:17 a.m., a man on Marine Way was cited for having an open container. At 1:50 a.m., police conducted a bar ch...
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Thomet, Fried to run in Oregon
A pair of runners off of the Kodiak boys track and field state championship will be running in Oregon over the weekend. Graduated seniors Levi Thomet and Levi Fried will be participating in the Portland Track Festival, a two-day meet that begins Saturday at Lewis and Clark College. Thomet, the st...
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