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Do Kodiakans struggle with their faith?
My blog and Twitter account describe me as an irreverent priest struggling with and for Christianity, the Episcopal church, and chocolate. (Who wrote that, anyway?) For those of you who have trouble with any priest admitting irreverence or that they struggle with their faith, just how strong is y...
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Defending Kodiakans’ property rights
We, property owners and future property owners of Kodiak, have created an email address hotline where people can send complaints about their experiences with the Kodiak Borough. That email address is kodiakoutpost@startmail.com. These complaints can include but are not limited to: 1. Overburdenso...
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Kodiak residents gear up for Super Bowl XLIX
Alton Lonheim attended his first Seattle Seahawks game this year — a preseason encounter with the San Diego Chargers. The 1-year-old Kodiak resident enjoyed every minute of his first encounter with the 12th man. “He loved the crowd noise, yelled as loud as he could and gave other fans high fives,...
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Teeing Off: Gizmo picks his Super Bowl winner (video)
For the past two weeks Gizmo has immersed himself in the NFL Network’s second-to-second coverage of Super Bowl XLIX. What do you expect from a dog who spends his entire day at home with a cat and a ferret while both his parents are at work? He has enjoyed all the analytical looks at the game and ...
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Friday hoops: Kodiak boys fall to Colony
Jemuel Mangalus dropped a game-high 17 points, but it wasn't as Kodiak fell to Colony, 57-48, in a Northern Lights Conference boys basketball game Friday at Kodiak High School. The Bears have now lost five straight and stand at 2-11 on the season, 0-1 in the NLC. The Knights, the No. 3 team in th...
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Kodiak boys host Colony
The opening 12 games of the basketball season was just an appetizer for Kodiak’s boys. The Bears are wiping the plate clean as today’s game against Colony triggers a string of 10 straight Northern Lights Conference games to finish the season. “This is the real season right here. This is where you...
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Kodiak girls head to Colony
By DEREK CLARKSTON Mirror Writer Kodiak’s girls basketball team is going to log a bundle of frequent flier miles over the next six weeks. After playing seven of their first 10 games at home, the Bears will finish the regular season with 12 consecutive away games. That stretch begins at 7 o’clock ...
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Local quilter makes it to international show
A Kodiak quilter is a semifinalist in an American Quilter’s Society international competition. Jennifer Eubank has been quilting for 18 years and created “I Promise You … the Moon, the Stars, the Sun” as a challenge for a modern quilt guild in New York City. Eubank didn’t place in that contest, b...
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