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Borough adopts KATS plan
The Kodiak Island Borough Assembly adopted a resolution in support of the Kodiak Area Transit System’s transportation plan and confirmed mayoral appointments to two boards at their regular meeting on Thursday. The KATS plan outlines current services, needs and potential projects for the transport...
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Time to empower, employ next generation of Alaska fishermen
Alaska is one of the most productive commercial fishing economies on the planet. More than five billion pounds of seafood were pulled from the waters surrounding Alaska in 2012. This world-class catch generated $1.7 billion in Alaska ex-vessel value and earned Alaska the title of top U.S. seafood...
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Public Safety Blotter: Jan. 27
Dec. 31 At 9:58 a.m., police were unable to catch a loose dog on Willow Street. At 10:49 a.m., after a call, police took an individual on Rezanof Drive East into protective custody. At 11:56 a.m., police responded to a moving vehicle accident on Mill Bay Road. There were no injuries and the drive...
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ALUMNI UPDATE: Kaune making a mark at William Penn
Former Kodiak resident Jacques Kaune is making a mark on the William Penn University men’s bowling team. Kaune, a junior, has bowled 53 games since the season started in October and is averaging a team-best 202.3. He has a high game of 268 and has produced some of his team’s top finishes in tourn...
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Council amends Horizon contract
The Kodiak City Council has amended its agreements with Horizon Lines for the use of Pier 3 and authorized changes to two Pier 3 contracts. Kodiak’s recently renegotiated contracts with Horizon would not allow the corporation to have a lien against the new crane Horizon will be providing for the ...
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Garden Gate: Growing vegetables from seed
Primroses are blooming and garlic bulbs are sprouting. Sounds lovely, but it’s January, not May. Because my crystal ball is a little dusty, I don’t dare predict what February and March will bring. Some things don’t change, though. Like seed starting. Oh sure, varieties ebb and flow, especially wh...
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Middle school locked down due to student threats
The borough's school district locked down Kodiak Middle School for about 25 minutes Friday after a student allegedly threatened another student, officials said. The school district did not give more details about the students involved and KIBSD superintendent Stewart McDonald downplayed the incid...
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Around Kodiak: Jan. 26
TEEN COURT RECEPTION Join the Kodiak Teen Court Bar Association and the Kodiak Teen Court board of directors for the swearing in of new attorneys from the Kodiak Teen Court Class of 2014-2015 and the recognition off the newly appointed Kodiak Teen Court judges at 6 p.m., Monday, Jan. 26 at Roy A....
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