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Kodiak-based orgs apply for funds
Kodiakans seeking to give away part of their Permanent Fund Dividend have a host of organizations to pick from. Through the Pick.Click.Give PFD charitable contributions program, Alaskans have given more than $645,000 to organizations with a Kodiak connection since funds were first distributed in 2009. According to the Pick.Click.Give website, organizations that are either based in Kodiak or have operations in Kodi...
Jan 13, 2016 | 0 0 comments | 18 18 recommendations | email to a friend
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Man sought in kidnapping, assault
Alaska State Troopers seek the public’s help in locating a Kodiak man wanted for “multiple crimes against multiple persons,” including kidnapping, assault and misconduct involving a weapon, in connection with a Friday incident. An arrest warrant for Mark Benton, 49, was issued after investigation into a disturbance at a residence on Selief Lane at approximately 6:45 p.m., according to a trooper report. Megan Peter...
Jan 12, 2016 | 0 0 comments | 22 22 recommendations | email to a friend
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Teams take on robot challenge
Lego bricks, motors and programming. Kodiak elementary and middle school students got to practice their robotic programming skills on Saturday at a competition among four teams of students and their creations. Since September, the students have been practicing. At the competition, they set their robots on a table full of items made of more Lego bricks and had to use the robot to complete missions such as picking u...
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Earlier start for assembly approved
Kodiak Island Borough Assembly meetings and work session will now start and end one hour earlier and the public will give comment earlier in the meeting, after the assembly unanimously approved an ordinance making those changes at its Thursday meeting. Meetings and work sessions will begin at 6:30 p.m. and will not go past 10:30 p.m. unless the assembly extends the time. The public comment time at the beginning of...
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UA: No decision yet on Near Island facility
The Kodiak Island Borough Assembly and Kodiak City Council met with University of Alaska leadership at a joint work session Thursday to discuss the future of the Kodiak Seafood and Marine Science Center. “We really felt it critically important to come to the community and meet with you, find out what’s really happening here, meet with the (KSMSC) policy council,” UA president Jim Johnsen said. He added that the me...
Jan 11, 2016 | 0 0 comments | 18 18 recommendations | email to a friend
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Assemby splits on new RV code
The Kodiak Island Borough Assembly approved changes to code governing recreational vehicle parks and chose three assembly members to help negotiate a new hospital lease. In the third meeting at which the RV park code changes were on the agenda, the assembly voted five to two to pass it. Mel Stephens and Dennis Symmons voted against. Stephens said he felt the new code was poorly written, pointing out inconsistencie...
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Transit system looks to expanded service for public
The Kodiak Area Transit System plans to expand their service to everyone at the beginning of February. Currently, the system operates primarily as a coordinated system for nonprofits, with Senior Citizens of Kodiak as the lead agency in charge, and serves the clients of nonprofits along with having a narrow window in the morning and evening for public service. Starting Feb. 1, KATS plans to offer service throughou...
Jan 08, 2016 | 0 0 comments | 34 34 recommendations | email to a friend
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Side doors, sidewalks limit access
For many, getting around Kodiak is an easy task. Services, businesses and events are just a short drive or walk away for those living within city limits. But even traversing short distances, shopping or getting medical attention can be difficult for residents with disabilities. While the Americans with Disabilities Act Standards for Accessible Design require that new construction or existing businesses undergoing ...
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Kodiak village student art to appear in calendar
Several students from Kodiak Island’s village schools will see their artwork appear in the pages of the 2016 Alaska migratory bird calendar, issued by the Fish and Wildlife Service, after placing in the statewide contest for literature and art. Students in 45 rural villages submitted more than 1,300 pieces of artwork and literature to be judged in various grade-level groups to appear in the calendar, according to ...
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TAPESTRY: Food is drawing card at Russian New Year’s Ball
Everybody loves the annual Russian New Year’s Masquerade Ball. It brightens up the dreary, rain-soaked days with garish costumes, lively music provided this year by Pilot Bread, exciting prizes, and endearing company of friends in a hall filled with the aroma of food — succulent hams, golden piroks, baked beans, pies, fruit tarts. Food is a real crowd pleaser at this event, which will take place Thursday, Jan. 14,...
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