City opens bids for sewer project Bidding has opened for the city’s Aleutian Homes water and sewer project, estimated to cost between $1.5 and $2 million.
In an announcement in the Kodiak Daily Mirror, the city of Kodiak announced that bids will be accepted from contractors until 2 p.m. Feb. 14.
The project is part of an ongoing larger project to gradually upgrade the utilities in the Aleutian Homes subdivision; it is broken into phases for cost r...
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Kodiak girls are three wins away from matching the school’s best start Over the next three days, Kodiak’s girls have a chance to chase down basketball history.
Kodiak is 8-0 and is only three victories away from matching the best start in school history. This group of girls is closing in on the 1978-1979 team that started 11-0 under head coach Mike Platt.
The march toward history begins 7:30 tonight in a nonconference game at Chugiak. That is followed by the Bears’ first Northern Li...
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Arts council calls for book art submissions The Kodiak Arts Council is asking people to transform old books into pieces of art for an upcoming altered book art show.
An altered book is any book, old or new, that has been recycled and turned into a work of art.
The Arts Council partnered with the Kodiak Public Library Association to create the show, as a fundraiser for the library’s capital campaign project.
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Achievers: Jan. 17 In an epic nail-biter of a spelling bee on Tuesday, 28 Kodiak Middle School spellers showed their word skills by competing in the most intense and difficult bee in recent memory. It took nine rounds to declare the winners, but eventually Drew Lightle came out on top, followed by Eli Griffin. Both spellers will advance to the district bee on Tuesday, Jan. 27, at the Gerald C. Wilson Auditorium. Going out in round s...
Police offer reward for information about stolen items Kodiak Crime Stoppers, Inc. is offering up to a $1,000 reward for tips leading to the arrest and conviction of the person who stole two TVs and two motorcycles from Noodles Restaurant.
According to a press release, the items were stolen early Monday morning when a burglar broke into the Midtown restaurant.
The two TVs were described as 46-inch Vizio flat screen televisions. A set of golf clubs held in a Mizuno bag...
Woman accused of using stolen credit card A Kodiak woman is accused of stealing and using another woman’s credit card to buy more than $100 of items from Walmart.
Tamara Kopy, 29, was arraigned in Kodiak superior court on Monday for one count of fraudulent use of a stolen device, a class C felony punishable by up to five years in jail.
According to court documents, Kopy found the debit card at a nail salon. She used the card on Nov. 18 for two transaction...
Public Safety Blotter: Jan. 17 Tuesday, Jan. 15
• At 1:18 a.m. and 1:27 a.m., an officer was on foot patrol on Marine Way.
• At 9:29 a.m., a caller reported a driver passed him in a school zone. Patrol was advised.
• At 9:54 a vehicle was cited for a parking violation.
• At 12:36 p.m., a caller reported receiving texts from an unknown person.
• At 1:35 p.m., an officer heard a loud noise; it was a seal bomb.
• At 1:57 p.m., a caller reported an...
State Trooper Report: Jan. 17 Wednesday, Jan. 9
At 5:26 p.m., Alaska State Troopers contacted a disabled vehicle on Island Lake Road near Melnitsa Lane. Investigation revealed a 17-year-old man was driving a gray 1991 Honda station wagon without a license. Troopers issued him a summons to court for no valid driver’s license and released him to his parents.
Thursday, Jan. 10
• At 8:25 p.m., Alaska State Troopers contacted a 57-year-old Kodiak ...
Rural schools drop two Kodiak’s rural schools boys basketball road trip continued Tuesday with a pair of losses.
Kodiak’s Emerging Small Schools lost to Seldovia 63-33, while Old Harbor fell to Seldovia 67-25 at Seldovia.
The Ravens were led by Zack Clarion’s 10 points and three assists. Dallas Panamarioff and David Reft each added eight points, while Todd Jones grabbed a team-high seven rebounds.
The game was tied at 22 at halftime....
Guest opinion: Reflections on the Langfitts and Kodiak baseball I unwrapped my sandwich, sitting in Main Elementary’s cafeteria—a recent addition to the student population. I tried to act normal, remain calm, but feared I wasn’t succeeding as redness flushed my cheeks, and I sat awkwardly, averting my eyes from glances, hoping the snickers weren’t directed at me.
As I sat contemplating the likelihood that every student was plotting my social demise, a woman strode toward my ta...