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Parnell paces KHS boys into state
In the third grade, Michael Parnell drew himself on a piece of paper beating Keith Osowski in a running race. Nearly a decade later, the artwork became reality. Last Saturday, Parnell won the 4A boys race at the Region III Cross Country Championships. And the person he beat by 0.4 seconds … get r...
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Officials to talk drug problems at Monday forum
A host of local officials and representatives will be speaking Monday night about drugs for a discussion and question and answer period focusing on education and solutions to the problem. Trevor Brown, the executive director of the Kodiak Chamber of Commerce, which is hosting the meeting, said he...
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City still keeping eye on water level
DAILY MIRROR STAFF Kodiak water consumption has slowed over the past week, but the city is still maintaining a vigil over Monashka Reservoir, said Mark Kozak, public works director. “The precipitation we’ve gotten has helped,” he said. “But the rate it is dropping is due to the processors not run...
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Bigley makes fourth trip to state
If Zoe Bigley gets a feeling of being lonely at the 4A state cross country championships, that’s because she probably is. For the second time in her prep career, Bigley, a senior, will be the only Kodiak girl competing during Saturday’s race at Bartlett High School. In fact, this is the fourth st...
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Remember where borough dollars go
To the editor: Candidate and current borough assembly member Chris Lynch stated at the chamber of commerce fourm held on Sept. 29 that she would like to correct some misinformation going around Kodiak that while as a sitting elected official she was paid $250,000 by the borough for her consulting...
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Public Safety Blotter: Oct. 2
Sept. 26 At 12:21 a.m., police warned a speeding driver in the Mill Bay Road and Bartel Avenue area. At 12:26 a.m., police warned a driver in the East Rezanof Drive and Armstrong Avenue area for a headlight malfunction. At 1:08 a.m., police warned a speeding driver in the Ismailov Street and Arms...
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Chiniak trees best left alone
To the editor: The borough has been suing a Chiniak family for too much stuff on their lot and the surrounding area, but on the same hand, they do nothing about all the billions of limbs, small trees and I mean thousands of debris piles that A1 Timber and Leisnoi Inc. have left on the ground from...
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In the Courts: Oct. 2
Jorge Garcia pleaded guilty to consume an intoxicating liquor in or upon a public place. Garcia was sentenced to three days in jail. Debra L. Griggs was found guilty of theft in the second degree. Griggs was sentenced to 90 days in jail. Aaron Jolin pleaded guilty to driving under the influence. ...
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