Kodiak Daily Mirror - Daily newspaper of Kodiak, Alaska
Kodiak’s Drug War
To the Editor, I laughed when I read the recent opinion piece in the Kodiak Daily Mirror. It read many citizens are outraged regarding a recent drug raid. My question is: Do you want to catch the drug dealers or not? Oh, wait. You WANT to catch them. You just want to do it your way. Agencies don'...
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Achievers: Rotary Students of the Month
Sixth grade • Francine Marcelo is an enthusiastic, organized, and helpful sixth grader at KMS. She speaks three languages: Ilocano, Tagalog, and English, and she takes great pride in her schoolwork. She actively encourages other students to produce their best work and maintain caring, respectful ...
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Stage and Screen: 'Black or White' falls short
"Black or White" (2014) falls short in important ways - interesting concept, but a poorly directed film and Kevin Costner’s acting doesn’t help either. I’ll elaborate. The backstory: A teenage white girl has a baby fathered by crack smoking 23 year-old black man. The girl dies in childbirth witho...
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Council voices support for letter that could lead to new development
The Kodiak City Council voiced support for a letter to encourage the federal government to pay for the cleanup of a contaminated area that Natives of Kodiak wants to develop. NOK owns property in Swampy Acres and said in an email to the city that when the land was given to NOK under the Alaska Na...
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Kahye Yu dislocates shoulder during game
Kahye Yu went up for a rebound. She came down without the ball and her right arm dangling like a noodle. The Kodiak High School junior has replayed that moment in her head several times, but still does not know how her shoulder got dislocated in last Thursday’s 12-point girls basketball loss at T...
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Girls finish regular season at Wasilla
Having already clinched the No. 3 seed for the Northern Lights Conference Championships, Kodiak is simply looking to emerge with no injuries in its final two regular season games at Wasilla. “We are definitely going to try and stay healthy,” assistant coach Sandra Gregory said. The Bears will alr...
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West Valley remains undefeated
West Valley is inching closer to heading to the 4A girls basketball state tournament undefeated. The Wolfpack clinched the Mid Alaska Conference regular season title and ran their record to 21-0 with a 44-7 victory over North Pole last Friday. The victory kept West Valley on top in the latest Ala...
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Local Results: Feb. 26
Kodiak Island Bowling Association Tuesday Co-ed Feb. 17 Men: Stefan Macahilas, 300; Jeff Kiefer, 260; Timothy Witt, 256. Scratch series — Stefan Macahilas, 816; Jesse Mickelson, 679; Jeff Kiefer, 640. Handicap game — Stefan Macahilas, 316; Timothy Witt, 289; Jeff Kiefer, 274. Handicap series — St...
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