Kodiak Daily Mirror - Daily newspaper of Kodiak, Alaska
Council accepts downtown water, sewer plan, gets earful on spending
Two Kodiak residents demanded decreased spending by the city during public comment at the Kodiak City Council meeting shortly before the council officially accepted a multi-phase plan for sewer, water and storm drain upgrades downtown. “I am asking you, I am imploring you,” cab driver Bonnie McDo...
Mar 02, 2015 | 0 0 comments | 9 9 recommendations | email to a friend
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Lawmakers feast, dance with Juneau's Filipino community
JUNEAU — Juneau's Filipino community rolled out the proverbial red carpet for local and visiting lawmakers at its fifth annual legislative reception, and Filipino Community Inc. did not disappoint with the food nor the entertainment. Pounds and pounds of house-made pancit, lumpia, chicken and bee...
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Rebuttal to "Kodiak Drug War"
Barbara Bellinger’s Letter to the Editor (Feb. 26) drips with ignorance! The “war on drugs” has been an absolute failure! Unless the true intent of this “war” is to put millions in prison, inflate the street price of drugs to astronomical levels, increase violence, militarize police, increase war...
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SCORING DROUGHT: Offense comes up short in losses to Wasilla
A pair of offensively challenged quarters kept Kodiak from picking up its first marquee victory of the season. The Bears combined to score a mere five points — two baskets — in the final quarters of both Northern Lights Conference losses to Wasilla. Kodiak lost 35-30 on Friday and 43-30 on Saturd...
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Kodiak girls split at Wasilla
Kodiak’s girls basketball team finished the regular season with an unusual road split against Wasilla. The Bears lost 61-52 on Friday and then picked up a forfeit victory on Saturday in the Northern Lights Conference season finale. According to assistant coach Sandra Gregory, had Wasilla played a...
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Kodiak ESS drops two games in the Valley
The Kodiak Emerging Small Schools boys basketball team dropped a pair of games in the Mat-Su Valley over the weekend. ESS lost to 83-54 to Wasilla Lake on Friday and 75-73 to Birchwood Christian on Saturday in Wasilla. This week, ESS (2-8) plays in the Peninsula Conference Championships at Lumin ...
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Wild Alaskan owner issues statement after indictment
Darren Byler, owner of the boat-based strip club anchored outside of Kodiak’s harbors since June, issued the following statement Sunday after a federal grand jury returned a three-count indictment against him and his wife, charging them with improper disposal of human waste into waters in and aro...
Mar 01, 2015 | 1 1 comments | 5 5 recommendations | email to a friend
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Saturday hoops roundup
For the second straight game, Kodiak's offense failed to produce in the final quarter. The Bears were held to two points in the closing eight minutes and fell 43-30 to Wasilla in a Northern Lights Conference boys basketball game Saturday at Kodiak High School. Kodiak combined to score five points...
Feb 28, 2015 | 0 0 comments | 6 6 recommendations | email to a friend
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