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Obituaries
Shad Austin Loveland
Shad Austin Loveland, 21, passed away suddenly in his home on July 14, 2016. He was bor...
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Michael "Spike" Jones
Longtime Kodiak fisherman Michael "Spike" Jones passed away at his home in Seal Rock, O...
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Shirley Lorraine (Ray) Thiel
Our beloved mother, wife and grandmother Shirley Lorraine (Ray) Thiel passed away from ...
Aug 18, 2016 | 0 0 comments | 57 57 recommendations | email to a friend
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Letters to the Editor
Locals, guests make KNWR fete success
To the editor: I would like to send a heartfelt thanks to all of the people, over 500 o...
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GUEST OPINION: The end of wealth as worth
What I took away from Thursday’s borough assembly meeting is that our second-class boro...
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Letter: Put an end to state’s pipe dream
To the editor: Tapping the immense reserves of natural gas on Alaska’s North Slope has ...
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Artistic benchmark — Deborah Bitanga fills in grout on the mosaic bench at Kodiak High School’s main entrance, Friday. Art teacher Bonnie Dillard directed more than 100 students over three years in the project, supported by a grant from KANA. Dillard said the bench’s design of roots and branches, and even its gently sloping seats and inward-facing shape, represent the theme of “coming together.”
DREW HERMAN/Kodiak Daily Mirror
Artistic benchmark — Deborah Bitanga fills in grout on the mosaic bench at Kodiak High School’s main entrance, Friday. Art teacher Bonnie Dillard directed more than 100 students over three years in the project, supported by a grant from KANA. Dillard said the bench’s design of roots and branches, and even its gently sloping seats and inward-facing shape, represent the theme of “coming together.” DREW HERMAN/Kodiak Daily Mirror
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