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Mental Health Trust Authority meets in Kodiak
Leaders from across the state gathered in Kodiak on Tuesday to learn about Kodiak health professionals and service providers and the challenges they face. Every other year the Mental Health Trust Authority visits a different rural region of Alaska. The purpose of the visits was to increase awareness of key issues facing Kodiak, and to focus on future funding and initiatives for Trust beneficiaries. Trust beneficia...
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Parking fines rise
The Kodiak City Council unanimously approved a sweeping change to the city's parking and traffic regulations on Thursday night. The regulations double the city's fine for illegal parking from $10 to $20 and put the city in charge of adjudicating parking infractions. Parking ticket appeals will be handled by a hearing officer appointed by the city manager, and anyone with four unpaid parking tickets could have thei...
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Does the M/V Susitna make sense for Kodiak?

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Media Action to host first film festival
Media Action’s first annual film festival is packed with short student films about peace, global warming and Kodiak history. The film festival starts at 7 p.m. Saturday in the Gerald C. Wilson Auditorium. Media Action is a Kodiak-based nonprofit that leads film workshops in Alaska and internationally to teach kids how to use film to tell stories and make an impact in their communities. Media Action director Marie ...
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Blockbuster starts going-out-of business sale
Wednesday may have been the busiest day ever for Kodiak’s Blockbuster Video store. That’s part of the reason the store is closing. Just before noon, Blockbuster manager Lyle Phillips opened his store’s doors to a crowd waiting to take advantage of the store’s going-out-of-business sale. That opening capped three days of work for Phillips, who said he was surprised when he received the store’s fatal call a few week...
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Fire damages building on Shelikof Street
Kodiak and Coast Guard firefighters successfully extinguished a small fire Tuesday night on Shelikof Street. According to the Kodiak Fire Department, firefighters were called at 5:38 p.m. to 330 Shelikof Street. That address is the site of a small maintenance building owned by Pacific Seafoods, which is located across the street. Firefighters briefly closed Shelikof Street as they fought the fire, which marred the...
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Harbor board wants to flush problems from public bathroom
The Kodiak ports and harbor advisory board discussed the ongoing abuse of public restrooms on Shelikof Street, during a Wednesday meeting. “Our Shelikof restroom has been a source of a lot of issues over the years,” Kodiak Shipyard manager Lon White said. “Primarily a handful of citizens abuse the use of the facility … they do a bunch of damage to it and make it unusable for the average citizen.” This “handful of ...
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Alaska Airlines brings Q400 to Kodiak for viewing
Alaska Airlines will offer service from Kodiak to Anchorage on a new aircraft beginning next March. A Horizon Air Bombardier Q400 NextGen aircraft stopped in Kodiak on Tuesday before traveling to Anchorage. Horizon Air president Glenn Johnson said the purpose of the stop was to showcase the plane that will soon become a regular sight. Coast Guard Fire Department members, airport employees, and representatives from...
Sep 11, 2013 | 1 1 comments | 21 21 recommendations | email to a friend
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NOAA Law Enforcement investigates seal shot in head
NOAA Law Enforcement agents are asking for the public’s help as they investigate the death of a harbor seal that washed up in Pasagshak last week. According to a necropsy, the harbor seal — defended by the Marine Mammal Protection Act — was killed by a gunshot to the head. Michael Killary, the agent investigating the death, said the seal may have simply been killed by a subsistence hunter. If that happened, NOAA w...
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Teachers, school district reach deal
The Kodiak Island Borough School District and the Kodiak Borough Education Association have agreed upon a new three-year contract with Kodiak teachers. The contract calls for a 1 percent increase in teachers’ base salary each year for three years. In a special school board meeting Monday night, the school board ratified the agreement, finalizing the negotiations reached in June. “This is a difficult time for publi...
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