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Teeing Off: This news week is for the dogs
What a zany news week in Kodiak. In my eight years here, I don’t recall a week quite like this. A stabbing a block away from the Daily Mirror office, a captain drunk at the wheel of a boat that was grounded not just once, but twice, and a person i...
Nov 21, 2014 | 0 0 comments | 4 4 recommendations | email to a friend
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ESS volleyball team enjoys success in third season
As Karluk’s one-man volleyball team, David Reft spends a lot of time in front of a wall. He bounces a ball off a wall. He sets a ball off a wall. He bumps a ball off a wall. It is easy to understand his excitement when he leaves Karluk — a town of...
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Kodiak wrestling reloads for new season
Veteran wrestling coach Pat Costello doesn’t beat around the bush when assessing Kodiak’s 2014-2015 team. “It will be a growing season,” the Bears’ assistant coach and former head coach said. If kids progress like they have in the past we should b...
Nov 20, 2014 | 0 0 comments | 0 0 recommendations | email to a friend
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Kodiak searching for home opponents
The 4A wrestling classification has shrunk from 20 teams to 17 teams for the 2014-15 season. Southeast Conference schools Juneau-Douglas, Thunder Mountain and Ketchikan have moved to the 1A/2A/3A classification for this season, that ends in mid-De...
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Tahna Lindquist to swim for University of Hawaii
Tahna Lindquist figured signing a National Letter of Intent would be like signing any other document. Turns out she was wrong. “I had this overwhelming feeling that this is it, this is my National Letter of Intent. That is a scary, but an exciting...
Nov 19, 2014 | 0 0 comments | 6 6 recommendations | email to a friend
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High School Sports Poll

What fall high school sport do you follow the most?

Scoreboards
NLC football standings
NLC
Overall
Kenai
4-0
6-0
Soldotna
3-0
6-0
Kodiak
1-2
3-2
Houston
1-2
1-4
Homer
1-3
1-4
Skyview
0-3
1-4
Clarkston's Corner
Kodiak softball stays alive at state by Hawks97
Jun 06, 2014 | 0 0 comments | 237 237 recommendations | email to a friend
Kodiak High School's softball team went 1-1 on the first day of the small-school state championships Friday at Cartee Fields in Anchorage. Kodiak lost its first game to Ketchikan, 9-1, then stayed alive with a 10-0 win over Hutchison. The Bears play Northern Lights Conference rival Homer in a los...
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A Kodiak High School tennis player washes a car at the team’s car wash fundraiser Saturday in the KHS parking lot. The team was raising money for its trip to the state tournament in October in Anchorage. (Derek Clarkston photo)
A Kodiak High School tennis player washes a car at the team’s car wash fundraiser Saturday in the KHS parking lot. The team was raising money for its trip to the state tournament in October in Anchorage. (Derek Clarkston photo)
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The crew of the Amak Towing Co. vessel Brian T attempts to refloat the freighter Polar Bear, at the north entrance to the Near Island Channel, Monday. The Polar Bear ran aground on another nearby island Sunday before becoming firmly stuck early Monday, according to a downtown resident. The 134-foot Polar Bear is owned by Anchorage-based Alaska Marine Transport & Salvage Inc. Recent Kodiak weather has featured heavy rain and strong winds, and a powerful south-setting current was visible in the channel Monday afternoon. Today’s marine forecast calls for 40-knot winds and 12-foot seas in Chiniak and Marmot bays.
Drew Herman/Kodiak Daily Mirror The crew of the Amak Towing Co. vessel Brian T attempts to refloat the freighter Polar Bear, at the north entrance to the Near Island Channel, Monday. The Polar Bear ran aground on another nearby island Sunday before becoming firmly stuck early Monday, according to a downtown resident. The 134-foot Polar Bear is owned by Anchorage-based Alaska Marine Transport & Salvage Inc. Recent Kodiak weather has featured heavy rain and strong winds, and a powerful south-setting current was visible in the channel Monday afternoon. Today’s marine forecast calls for 40-knot winds and 12-foot seas in Chiniak and Marmot bays.
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