Kodiak Daily Mirror - Daily newspaper of Kodiak, Alaska
  
 
June 5, 2014
• At 12:04 a.m., police received a call regarding a subject removal on Larch Street. There was a verbal argument and the subject was gone when police arrived. • At 12:55 a.m., police responded to a suspicious vehicle on Selief Lane. • At 1:08 a.m., someone called 911 requesting a welfare check on...
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Guardian Flight buys Apollo MT, new plan offered
Guardian Flight and Apollo Medi Trans reunited after five years as separate companies and came with a new plan to service Alaskans. Both companies, once under the same ownership but then split off from each other, provided emergency medical air transportation services to people in Alaska and arou...
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Alaska’s unemployed flat, Kodiak’s sees seasonal bump
Alaska’s seasonally adjusted unemployment rate stayed unchanged month-to-month at 6.4 percent in May, compared with April. Locally, Kodiak’s unemployment rolls edged slightly higher with its job market remaining stable. Kodiak’s official unemployment rate climbed 0.1 percent month-to-month from 4...
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Grand Slam hits the one-year mark as book collection grows
Denise Duncan, co-owner of Grand Slam Toys & Books, sees a lot more books on the shelves in the near future. “I definitely want to make our book section a lot bigger. I want a huge book section because we’re lacking that in Kodiak,” Duncan told the Mirror at Grand Slam’s first anniversary event o...
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Films draw out emotion, memories
Ten students made five-minute films about the Exxon Valdez oil spill’s impacts on Kodiak, and showed them at the Kodiak Public Library on Sunday. Each film tackled a unique topic or angle such as lawsuits, effects on Natives and their subsistence life, a videographer’s memories, a fisherwoman’s m...
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Kodiak’s Post 17 loses squeaker to Service
Kodiak Post 17 suffered its toughest loss of the season Monday against Service. The Cougars rallied for four runs in the final two innings that snapped the Bears' three-game winning streak with a 6-5 win in an American Legion AA conference baseball game at Taylar Young Field in Anchorage. Service...
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Ever-changing: the number of Alaskan glaciers
A glaciologist once wrote that the number of glaciers in Alaska “is estimated at (greater than) 100,000.” That fuzzy number, perhaps written in passive voice for a reason, might be correct. But it depends upon how you count. Another glaciologist saw an example of the confusion when he visited Yak...
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Ever-changing: the number of Alaskan glaciers
A glaciologist once wrote that the number of glaciers in Alaska “is estimated at (greater than) 100,000.” That fuzzy number, perhaps written in passive voice for a reason, might be correct. But it depends upon how you count. Another glaciologist saw an example of the confusion when he visited Yak...
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