Kodiak Daily Mirror - Daily newspaper of Kodiak, Alaska
Week in Words: Getting at root’s roots
With local elections coming up, and the political rhetoric around the presidential campaigns ubiquitous on our airwaves, I hear much discourse on what it means to be an American, an Alaskan, and even a Kodiakan. I hear people talking about our roots. I figure, what better word — “root” — to take ...
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Volleyball seniors to play in final home matches
Entering high school, Tracy Gatter wanted to play football. However, football interfered with volleyball. “If football wasn’t in the fall, I definitely would have tried it out,” said Gatter, a former Kodiak Football League youth player. Gatter still found a way to be a quarterback. The senior — m...
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Housing costs driving more away
To the editor: For the first time I read in a Kodiak Daily Mirror the complete story of a serious problem in our town that many must have noticed but no one has really talked about. It was in Liz Simmons’ column on the Religion page in last Friday’s paper. Most of us are aware that Kodiak’s popul...
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Public Safety Blotter: Oct. 1
Sept. 25 At 12:24 a.m., police warned a driver in the Birch and Larch streets area for speeding and having illegal rear lights. At 12:33 a.m., police warned a speeding driver in the 1000 block of East Rezanof Drive. At 12:54 a.m., police found a vehicle with the lights on in the East Rezanof Driv...
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Kodiak volleyball looks to stay on top
Kodiak enters its final home volleyball matches of the season aiming to stay perfect in the Northern Lights Conference. The conference-leading Bears (6-0 in the NLC, 8-0 in non-tournament play) hosts Wasilla Friday and Saturday. Friday’s match — a designated Dig Pink Match — begins at 7 p.m., whi...
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Alaska State Troopers: Oct. 1
Sept. 18 The Alaska State Troopers received a report of a boat trailer stolen from a Rezanof Drive business between June and September 2015. The trailer is a triple axel 2014 EZ Loader, model TIEZ102 with yellow rollers and license plate number 8724TD. Anyone with information is asked to contact ...
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Pier 1 construction to begin again next month
Building a new Pier 1 will begin again in October after construction was stalled for almost a year as permits had to be modified to accommodate sea lions, according to Jeremy Woodrow, a Department of Transportation and Public Facilities spokesman. The contractor, Pacific Pile and Marine, will beg...
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ANTHC, Providence ask for hospital lease consideration
In the past month, representatives from the Alaska Native Tribal Health Consortium and Providence Health and Services have spoken to the Kodiak Island Borough assembly hoping for further discussions about running the borough-owned hospital as the current lease with Providence approaches its expir...
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