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City mulls faster rate hike at shipyard
The Kodiak City Council seemed to like a proposed new schedule for implementing shipyard rate increases, proposed by the Ports and Harbor Advisory Board and presented during Tuesday’s council work session. The city-owned shipyard operated at a loss of $91,371 for fiscal year 2013, an amount made ...
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Macahilas wins second Pro-Build title
Stefan Macahilas said he was lucky to have won last year’s Spenard Builders Supply Pro-Build Championship Tournament. Lady Luck struck again on Sunday at Tropic Lanes. Macahilas claimed his second consecutive Pro-Build bowling title by defeating Janet Baker in the championship match with a handic...
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Public Safety Blotter: April 9
Friday, April 4 • Around 2:53 a.m., two bar checks were conducted downtown. • At 3:13 p.m., a caller requested a subject removal on W. Marine Way. The subjects left upon request. • At 3:40 p.m., a driver on Cutoff/Rezanof was given a warning for speeding. • At 5:27 p.m., a syringe was dropped off...
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Kodiak City Q4 sales taxes fall
Sales tax collections, an indicator for the overall health of the Kodiak economy, dipped significantly year-on-year for the fourth quarter, while certain sectors of the economy showed improvement. The City of Kodiak on Tuesday released its sales tax report, indicating an overall 15 percent declin...
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A springtime journey on the arctic coastal plain
Cold water the color of iced tea wets the boots of Chris Arp as he yanks a power auger from the hole he just drilled in this quiet lake, a few miles from his office at the University of Alaska Fairbanks. A whiff of sulfur ? a sign there's not much oxygen in this pond born when ancient frozen grou...
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Rural schools wrap up archery season
DAILY MIRROR STAFF The Kodiak Island high school rural archery team placed second at the Alaska State NASP Archery Tournament. The 15-person team was comprised of students from the rural schools. Each student shot at their respective school and scores were sent in to the state tournament. The res...
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Kodiaks wins three-game series with Chugiak
A weekend that started with freezing feet and soggy shirts ended with sleeveless arms and sunglasses. Welcome to April baseball in Kodiak. In what might have been the earliest high school baseball games played on the island, Kodiak took two out of three games against Chugiak at Baranof Field. The...
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Public Safety Blotter: April 8
Thursday, April 3 • Around 1:41 a.m., three bar checks were conducted downtown. • At 7:21 a.m., a driver on E. Rezanof Drive was given a warning for speeding. • At 11:08 a.m., a male reported somebody has been using his credit card. • At 2:42 p.m., a driver on E. Rezanof Drive was cited for no pr...
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