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Patrol vessel Stimson likely to move from Unalaska to Kodiak
The largest patrol vessel in the state’s inventory will likely be relocated from Unalaska to Kodiak in a move aimed at saving the state almost half a million dollars. Unalaska officials say budgetary constraints have made it impossible to keep the 156-foot Stimson, the Wildlife Troopers’ biggest ...
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Alaska State Troopers: March 5
Feb. 27 At 10:45 a.m., a man reported his truck had fishtailed, gone into a ditch, and rolled several times after he hit black ice near mile 24 of the Chiniak Highway. The man was alone in the vehicle and was not wearing his seatbelt but reported no injuries. Damage to the vehicle was estimated a...
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Public Safety Blotter: March 5
Feb. 5 Around 1:22 a.m., police conducted two bar checks downtown. At 9:15 a.m., police conducted a routine animal patrol of the Monashka area. At 9:59 a.m., police responded to an abandoned vehicle on Baranof Street. It will be moved. At 10:01 a.m., a caller reported animals on Woodland Drive. T...
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Report shows Kodiak has third-highest foreign-born residents
The Kodiak Island Borough has the third-highest number of foreign-born residents of all borough or census areas in the state of Alaska, according to the latest “Alaska Economic Trends” report produced by the Alaska Department of Labor and Workforce Development. Kodiak comes in with 14 percent beh...
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Using public tax dollars?
This past week’s KDM contained a news story reporting that the Kodiak City Council had voiced support for using public tax dollars to support private development of Swampy Acres. Just to make sure I have my facts straight. First, the land is privately owned by Natives of Kodiak Inc. (NoC Inc.) a ...
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ITN accepting films for festival
Island Trails Network is seeking locally produced films for the sixth annual Kodiak Outdoor Film Festival. The submission guidelines state that films must fit the theme of “outdoors” or “adventure” and must be mainly acted and shot in the Kodiak archipelago, Katmai National Park or outlying water...
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Art walk starts on Friday
The monthly First Friday art walk by the Kodiak Arts Council kicks off at five different locations on Friday. At Harborside Fly By a group of local photographers led by Sarah Lovette will showcase their work. At the Frame Shop, Carl Royall’s photography will be on display. At the Alutiiq Museum, ...
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Hughes leads Kodiak into NLC Championships
For the past few months, Ila Hughes has proved she doesn’t need to be in water to be successful. She is also pretty good on dry land. The Kodiak High School standout swimmer has made a splash in her return to the girls basketball team. At 4:30 p.m. today, Hughes leads the third-seeded Bears into ...
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