City-owned boatyard rebranded as shipyard The city-owned Kodiak Boatyard is now officially the Kodiak Shipyard.
The name change comes after 10 years of planning, two years of construction and three years of operation.
"The distinction between a boatyard and shipyard is hard to pin down, but after three years of operation it's obvious to ...
Oct 16, 2012 | 0 | 1 |
Nicole Klaussemail@example.comKodiak Daily Mirror
Obama is doomed to defeat To the editor:
While walking my dog the other day, a very capable, intelligent raven whispered to me let the people know, that there will be a landslide victory in favor of Romney and Ryan. They will get 320 electoral votes to sweep the election in November.
Obama can start packing, and all the ...
Alumni update: Dunbar fifth at Pre Nationals Trevor Dunbar produced a top-five finish in his second cross country meet of the season.
The University of Oregon senior finished fifth at the Pre Nationals meet at “Tom” Sawyer State Park in Louisville, Ky.
Dunbar led Oregon’s third-place attack by covering the 8-kilometer course in 23 minutes...
Outdoor Kodiak: Remote deer dreams don’t have to be a nightmare Before you know it, the road system deer season will be closed for the year. Anyone still hoping for sweet venison on the table will have to travel to find it.
As a matter of fact deer hunts to remote parts of the island are annual traditions for many families. The hunting can be terrific and jus...
CG inspection deadline today The deadline for a mandatory Coast Guard safety inspection is today. Any fishing boat that uses federal waters — either for transit to Bristol Bay or for actual fishing — is required to undergo inspection.
Inspections examine what the Coast Guard calls the “Big 8”: a working life raft, survival s...
Thomet runs well in Oregon Kodiak state cross country champion Levi Thomet showcased his talents in Oregon on Saturday.
The sophomore Thomet placed seventh in the Adidas Cross Country Classic at Fern Hill Park in Portland, Ore.
Thomet covered the 5-kilometer course in 15 minutes, 26.3 seconds, 41 seconds behind champion A...
Palmer takes two from Kodiak Following a three-set loss to Palmer, Kodiak spent a little extra time in the locker room trying to figure out what went wrong during Saturday’s Northern Lights Conference volleyball match.
The Bears had plenty to talk about after Palmer easily rolled to a 25-14, 25-19, 25-14 win in Kodiak’s re...
Oct 15, 2012 | 0 | 1 |
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Borough picks new manager Erick Strahl will be the next manager of the Kodiak Island borough.
In its regularly scheduled work session, the borough assembly considered a draft version of its contract with the former Menominee, Mich. city manager, who is scheduled to start his job as the borough’s top unelected official on ...
Oct 15, 2012 | 0 | 4 |
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