The Kodiak Daily Mirror publishes Monday through Friday, printed on-site with content by all-local staff. Founded in 1940 as the weekly Kodiak Mirror, the newspaper provides up-to-date coverage of the Kodiak Archipelago, which includes one of the nation’s busiest commercial fishing ports, the U.S. Coast Guard’s biggest base, nine rural communities and an orbital rocket launch facility.
This western Gulf of Alaska newsroom reports on sports, business, government, arts, education and community news. Each edition also features state and national news from wire service partners.
The Mirror offers an exclusive roster of columnists including Garden Gate by Marion Owen, Outdoor Kodiak by Hank Pennington, Kodiak Tapestry by Mike Rostad, Amazing Nature by Switgard Dusterloh and Senior Life by Pat Branson.
Print editions are available by subscription, by mail nationwide and at area retailers. Online subscriptions include access to e-editions and weekend sports updates.
Access to the Mirror’s online classified ads and community calendar is free.
The Kodiak Daily Mirror business office is open 8:30 a.m.- 4:30 p.m. Monday through Friday at 1419 Selig St. in Kodiak.
- 24-hour blizzard to hit Kodiak Tuesday evening
- Second bear shot at Selief dumpster
- Kodiak woman charged after allegedly tampering with evidence
- Got a 1-ton truck? Ice Alaska needs you
- Bear killed near Selief dumpster
- Strike authorization vote looms for hospital union
- Three bears killed in five days
- Teeing Off: George Lee was one of the good ones
- Oh, deer: Winter conditions pushing Sitka blacktail into residential areas
- Stutes sponsors a bill to change Board of Fisheries process
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While the report did identify a number of contributing factors and included a list of recommendations to tackle the issue, it did not find a definitive cause for the recent increase in suicides.
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Once in Anchorage, passengers will depart from the aircraft for safety reasons during the refueling and to undergo additional health screening coordinated by the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and to clear U.S. Customs. Any passenger who is found to have cough, fever, or shortness of breath in Anchorage will be further assessed by CDC and state medical experts.
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Anthony Jenkins-Alexie, 32, of Fairbanks, shot police officer Allen Brandt multiple times early on the morning of Oct. 16, 2016, as Brandt was responding to a report of shots fired near Eighth Avenue and Noble Street.