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Community events: April 13
Today 9:30 a.m. — Military children’s parade, chapel parking lot on base, call 487-5525, ext. 2270. 2:30-4:20 p.m. — Children’s beginner kayak session, Coast Guard MWR pool, call 907-299-0061. Wednesday, April 15 6-8 p.m. — Adult improver kayak session, Coast Guard MWR pool, call 907-299-0061. Friday, April 17 7 p.m. — KIBSD orchestra concert, Gerald C. Wilson Auditorium. Saturday, April 18 9 a.m.-5 p.m. — Boating...
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Brass band promises fun and laughs
A brass quintet from Mexico will bring a wide variety of music and a fun performance with audience interaction and fun. The Metales M5 will perform classical, pop and original pieces on Sunday and Monday, said Katie Oliver, the executive director of the Kodiak Arts Council, which is bringing Metales M5 to Kodiak as part of the council’s Performing Arts Series. Staff members of the arts council found the quintet at...
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INSIDE TOUR: A visit to the Kodiak Launch Complex
Alaska Aerospace Corporation's Mark Greby, senior vice president and chief operating officer, and Chris Sibrel, deputy general manager, spent almost six hours with the Kodiak Daily Mirror on Thursday, giving the local newspaper a full tour of the Kodiak Launch Complex. MORE PHOTOS AND STORY ON MONDAY
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Death becomes life in Orthodox Easter
Christianity is a religion that transforms. Blindness becomes sight; mourning is turned into joy; a self-centered tax collector becomes a generous man; a devout Jew once participating in the murder of Christians becomes their spokesman, writing a significant portion of the New Testament. The most dramatic transformation occurs during the Crucifixion and Resurrection of the God-Man Jesus Christ. The cross — an ugly...
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Harbormaster: boat owners prepare for wind
The City of Kodiak Harbormaster’s Office issued an advisory Friday to boat owners to expect strong winds over the weekend. The office is asking that boat owners or caretakers check their vessels to make sure everything is secure. “Look for worn, split or frayed lines and replace if needed,” the advisory said. Within Chiniak Bay and Marmot Bay, a small craft advisory is in effect today and Saturday, according to th...
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Music students qualify for state, prepare for world premier
Almost three dozen Kodiak music students qualified to head to state during a regional competition, and the students are also preparing for upcoming spring concerts. The Kodiak Island Borough School District’s orchestra, choir and band will be performing during the next three weeks. Kicking off the three-week KIBSD in Concert series is the orchestra, which will be performing a new piece, titled “Thrall,” composed j...
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Axel Carlson
Lifelong Alaskan Axel Carlson, 92, passed away Sunday, April 5, 2015, at the Alaska Native Medical Center. Funeral services will be held 12:30 p.m. Monday, April 13, at the Anchorage Funeral Home, 1800 Dare Ave. with Father John Zabinko officiating. A visitation with refreshments will be one hour prior to services. Burial will follow at Fort Richardson National Cemetery. For those attending please be at the JBER e...
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The holy mystery of ducks, committees
The other day, I sat people watching in the Safeway lobby while selling “duck” tickets for the Rotary. No, we were not selling rubber ducks, as our table deviously seemed to advertise (thanks, by the way, to all the kids who got their parents to stop and look. You will each receive a Rotary scholarship when you reach college age). People watching is more fun than selling anything. I am a terrible salesperson, and ...
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KHS boys shooting to regain regional track crown
For the first time in nearly a decade, the Kodiak boys track and field team does not enter the season as the defending Region III champions. The Bears’ string of eight consecutive years atop the region was snapped last year by Colony at the regional championships. You can bet that the goal this season is to get back on top. “I think I like our chances for this year for regions,” Kodiak coach Marcus Dunbar said. No...
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Kodiak track hosts three meets
The Kodiak track and field 2015 schedule is highlighted by three home meets. Service will be in town April 24-25, followed by Bartlett and Dimond for the Kodiak Invitational on May15-16. The main event is the Brian Young Invitational, an all-star event in its third year. The meet takes place a week after the state championships from June 6-7. Kodiak coach Marcus Dunbar has cooked up a special race for the event th...
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