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JoCarol Winegarden
Longtime Kenai resident Mrs. JoCarol Winegarden, 68, died Wednesday, Feb. 3, 2016, at P...
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Crystal Ann Trunkey
Crystal Ann Trunkey, born Jan. 14, 1943, died Jan. 30, 2016. Crystal touched the hearts...
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Death Notice: Oliva B. DelRosario
Oliva B. DelRosario, 48  passed away Jan. 31, at 11:20 a.m. at Providence Kodiak Island...
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Letters to the Editor
Income tax won’t stay 1 percent for very long
To the editor: Regarding the Alaska governor’s plan for a state income tax, what is mos...
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Altered book show triumphs; still on display
To the editor, The Kodiak Public Library Association, the Kodiak Arts Council, and the ...
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Guest Opinion: Most excellent opportunity
Head for the hills, people. Shutter the windows and bar the doors. Sometime in June thi...
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The Kodiak High School cheerleading team braved Saturday’s blistery weather and plunged into the freezing water at Mill Bay Beach for a fundraiser. Money raised from the plunge is going to fund the team’s trip to the cheerleading state championships that begin March 23 in Anchorage.
Derek Clarkston/Kodiak Daily Mirror The Kodiak High School cheerleading team braved Saturday’s blistery weather and plunged into the freezing water at Mill Bay Beach for a fundraiser. Money raised from the plunge is going to fund the team’s trip to the cheerleading state championships that begin March 23 in Anchorage.
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