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Outdoor Kodiak: Best wishes for New Years
Lots of folks approach New Year’s Day filled with resolve for big changes: Lose weight. Save money. Be a better person. While those are worthy goals, I shy away from the big ones in favor of smaller goals that are easier to achieve. I like to break my resolutions down to smaller bites so I can me...
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Predictions for 2014
Last year, the Daily Mirror predicted more construction, a break in the Coast Guard murders and big changes in Alaska fisheries. Those all came true in 2013, so we’re back to offer a few humble projections for 2014: • Fewer salmon. After a banner year in 2013, Kodiak’s salmon harvest will fall to...
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Education, project funding are Kodiak’s top questions
The Kodiak Legislative Information Office held an open house on Monday to give community members an opportunity to talk to Rep. Alan Austerman and Sen. Gary Stevens about the upcoming January legislative session. Those who attended expressed concerns about a range of issues including education an...
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Fishery council tackles gap in observer coverage
The North Pacific Fishery Management Council is taking steps to close a hole in the new federal fisheries observer program. This month, the council agreed there is a problem with how the system addresses fish delivered to tenders afloat in the Gulf of Alaska. In a motion, the council unanimously ...
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2013 was deadliest year since 1997 in Alaska aviation
When Tyler Polum swam away from his sunken plane at Fort Abercrombie State Historical Park this summer, he was the victim of grim luck. Polum and his passenger were unhurt. Thirty-five others died in Alaska aircraft accidents this year, according to statistics kept by the National Transportation ...
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Horn adjusts to life in Germany
After Alysa Horn got adjusted to her new country, she didn’t slow down. The former Kodiak High School and University of Alaska Anchorage star is mowing down the competition in her first professional women’s basketball season in Germany. Horn plays for TSV Viernheim of the Bundelisga second divisi...
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Public Safety Blotter: Dec. 31
Tuesday, Dec. 24 • At 12:24 a.m., a 911 caller reported a large bear was standing near the dumpsters on the 2800 block of Woody Way Loop. It appeared the bear took a lot of trash into the woods. • At 2:28 a.m., a caller reported a man stole his cell phone. • At 5:50 a.m., a caller reported a man ...
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NLC power rankings: Colony takes Arizona tourney
There was not much hardwood action over the holiday weekend. Colony and Wasilla’s boys took trips to the Lower 48, while Kenai’s squads played endowment games against Nikiski. With so few games, there were not many changes in the Kodiak Daily Mirror Northern Lights Conference power rankings. Kodi...
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