Kodiak Daily Mirror - Daily newspaper of Kodiak, Alaska
Public Safety Blotter: Jan. 19
Nov. 14 At 3:40 a.m., police stopped a driver in the 1000 block of Mill Bay Road and warned him for poor driving and having a non-illuminated license plate. At 4:30 a.m., police received a report of a lots of vehicles parked in the 500 block of Thorsheim Street. The owner moved them when police asked. At 6:42 a.m., a vehicle parked in front of a fire hydrant in the 500 block of Thorsheim Street was moved when poli...
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Kodiak Island Births: Jan. 19
Jabari Bastian Jahi Dopwell was born at 1:07 p.m. on Dec. 23, 2015, to Omar Dopwell and Noni James-Dopwell. He weighed 7 pounds, 4.2 ounces and was 20.5 inches long. His parents are originally from St. Vincent Island and the Grenadines and now live in Kodiak. The baby’s mother is an active duty U.S. Coast Guard member and his father is a civilian Coast Guard employee. Grandparents are Fernel Dopwell of New York an...
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Update: Benton apprehended
Mark Benton was apprehended Saturday by the U.S. Marshals Alaska Fugitive Task Force without incident. The arrest, confirmed by Alaska State Troopers public information officer Megan Peters on Monday morning, was the result of a joint investigation by Alaska State Troopers and the AFTF. The AFTF was dispatched to Kodiak to aid in locating Benton, Peters said. Benton was wanted by troopers since a Jan. 8 incident, ...
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City OKs lease for boat display
The Kodiak Maritime Museum now has a lease for property on the spit near Oscar’s Dock, and the Kodiak City Council moved forward an ordinance aimed at panhandling downtown. At its Thursday meeting, the council approved a 20-year lease with two possible extensions for the spot where the museum plans to install a 50-year-old restored fishing vessel. The museum will pay $10 per year for use of the property. The counc...
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Grand jury modifies charges against fugitive
A Kodiak man wanted by Alaska State Troopers was indicted Friday and his bail raised in connection to an alleged assault and kidnapping. A grand jury found probable cause for charges of assault in the second degree, five counts of assault in the third degree, kidnapping and misconduct involving a weapon in the third degree against Mark Benton, 49. Another count of assault in the third degree was found to be withou...
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City, borough look to future
The city of Kodiak and Kodiak Island Borough held planning meetings on Saturday, discussing a strategy for the next few years. The assembly, staff and members of the public reviewed goals and objectives for 2015-2020 adopted last year. Although the assembly will go through more refining of the items in the plan before adoption, the list of goals decided at the work session cover resource use, good government, fisc...
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KIB to seek bids for waste contract
The Kodiak Island Borough Assembly discussed the future of the solid waste management plan Thursday evening and decided to meet later to determine the specifics of future garbage collection services. The current contract with Alaska Waste ends in June 2017 and assembly members will decide whether to renew that contract, renegotiate or accept bids. Joe Lipka of the Solid Waste Advisory Board said the advantage of e...
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Clare Leroy Hiner
Clare Leroy Hiner, 91 of Kihei, Maui, passed away on Jan. 13, 2016, at his residence with his loving family by his side. He was born on Feb. 3, 1924, in Nebraska. Clare was a commercial fisherman and helped pioneer the king crab fisheries in Cook Inlet and Kodiak. Service was schedudled at The Faith in Jesus Church at 4 p.m. Monday, Jan. 18, with a service at 5 pm. Clare is survived by his wife, Betty Hiner; son, ...
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KHS girls winless at Nikiski
Kodiak’s girls basketball team continued to struggle against 3A competition at the Nikiski Tip Off Tournament. On Friday, the Bears fell to Bethel, 40-27, and then finished the tournament with a 51-34 loss to Homer on Saturday. Kodiak has lost its last four games and dropped to 2-6 on the season. The Bears are 0-5 against 3A competition and 2-1 when facing 4A schools. Friday’s game was a close affair as Kodiak onl...
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Fish Factor: Fish bills find room on legislative agenda
Fishing issues will take a back seat to budget cutting when the Alaska Legislature convenes on Jan. 19 for its 90-day session, but two early fish bills and one holdover already are getting attention. One new measure aims to stop the migration of fishing permits outside of the state.  “We lost over 50 percent of our permits over the 1973 original issuance of permits,” said Robin Samuelsen of the Bristol Bay Economi...
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