Little School of Dance hosts spring shows The Little School of Dance is putting on its spring show this Saturday as it presents “The Jungle Book” at the Gerald C. Wilson Auditorium.
The four-act show will have two performances — at 1 p.m. and 7 p.m. Saturday — and will feature dancers as young as 3 years old.
Director Molly Brodie said s...
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The good old days are gone To the Editor:
How’s this for honesty? We have morons for politicians, being greedy and lying to the people all the time. Propaganda, cold wars, hot wars and drugs are going to bring our country to its knees. The exhaustion and bankruptcy of our minds. The drug problem is going to add fuel to ou...
Downtown mall has become an unwelcoming place To the Editor:
I, along with many other people, work on the mall. We have become increasingly distressed at the unsavory environment there, and the situation is only getting worse.
The core problem is that some of our town’s more unfortunate citizens are allowed to loiter, be drunk in public, a...
Caballa wins state wrestling triple crown DAILY MIRROR STAFF
Kodiak’s Andrew Caballa claimed the triple crown of wrestling last weekend in Wasilla.
Caballa won folkstyle, Greco and freestyle categories at the Alaska USA State Tournament that featured club wrestlers from across the state. The three-day event concluded Saturday.
Playbook: May 9 Thursday, May 9
Softball: Kodiak vs. Bartlett in Anchorage, 7:30 p.m. Junior varsity vs. West Anchorage, 5:45 p.m.
Friday, May 10
Baseball: Kodiak vs. Homer, 1 p.m.; vs. Wasilla, 7 p.m. at Wasilla. Junior varsity vs. Wasilla, 4 p.m.
Softball: Kodiak vs. Service, 5:45 p.m.; vs. Dimond, 7:30 p.m...
Kodiak 4-H Emerald Isle equestrian team qualifies for nationals On April 25, seven young women, their chaperones and head coach traveled to Fairbanks to compete in the 2013 Alaska State 4-H Horse Contest. The Kodiak 4-H Emerald Isle Equestrian team consisting of Madison Moir, Amanda Blott, Taylor Nicklas, Astrid Schick, Ali Kostelecky, Mallory Arnold and Sydn...
Crab festival without crab Call it the Surimi Festival.
The 55th annual Kodiak Crab Festival will not live up to its name. With time running out to register for space at the festival, no vendor has announced intentions to sell crab. There will be plenty of salmon and halibut, but no snow crab, no Tanner crab and no king cr...
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James Brooks / firstname.lastname@example.orgKodiak Daily Mirror
Navy SEALS request use of state land The U.S. Navy is planning to land on Kodiak Island.
According to the Alaska Department of Natural Resources, the Navy’s special warfare center at Spruce Cape has requested permission to conduct brief training exercises on state land throughout the Kodiak road system.
“The sites will be used for N...