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Reuters veteran takes over newsroom
The Kodiak Daily Mirror has a new editor with the appointment of Peter J. Mladineo to head the local paper’s newsroom. Mladineo’s academic background includes an undergraduate history degree from Rutgers University and a Masters in Business Administration from Rider University. His journalism exp...
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Garden Gate: Ready for planting in May
Ah, the gray whales have arrived to our shores, the salmonberries are budding out, and the eagles and crows are busy building nests. It must be spring. The weather, however, continues to taunt us with rain squalls, but since we’ve passed the 15-hour threshold for length of daylight per day we mus...
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Roe herring and 10-step programs
Kodiak’s roe herring fishery began on April 15 with little notice and rumors of fire sale prices. The fleet of 22 seiners was down a bit; they are competing for a harvest of 5,800 short tons, similar to the past five years. No gillnetters had signed up for the herring fishery. Test fishing from t...
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Public Safety Blotter: April 25
Friday, April 18 • At around 2 a.m., two bar checks were conducted downtown. • At 3:14 a.m., an officer issued a no camping advisement on Marine Way. The campers left upon request. • At 7:19 p.m., a male turned himself in and was arrested for failing to appear. • At 9:05 a.m., an officer issued a...
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Update - U.S. Senator Lisa Murkowski comments after Wells verdict.
A federal jury in Alaska found James Michael Wells, 62, guilty of killing two of his co-workers at a Coast Guard communications station on Kodiak Island. “He was found guilty on all counts for murdering both Mr. Belisle and Mr. Hopkins,” U.S. Attorney Karen Loeffler said. The jury began deliberat...
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Jury convicts - Update: Deborah Hopkins comments on verdict
ANCHORAGE, Alaska (AP) — A federal jury in Alaska on Friday convicted a man of murder in the shooting deaths of two of his co-workers at a Coast Guard communications station on Kodiak Island. James Wells, 62, was charged in the 2012 shooting deaths of Coast Guardsmen Petty Officer 1st Class James...
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Jury reaches verdict in Coast Guard murder trial
ANCHORAGE, Alaska (AP) — A federal jury in Alaska has reached a verdict in the case of a man accused of killing two of his co-workers at a Coast Guard communications station on Kodiak Island. The jury began deliberating Thursday in the case of 62-year-old James Wells. He is charged in the 2012 sh...
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School District : FY ’15 Funding Request Should Stand
Officials see the latest school budget wrinkle as a step closer to a balanced budget and the maintenance of school staffing levels in the coming year. The Kodiak Island Borough School District on Thursday reported that it was recommending that $11.17 million request approved by the Kodiak Board o...
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