Shot on September 6th, 2019
- Locally caught salmon to be on school lunch menu
- Fire station pre-design phase has begun
- Bears breaking into unlocked vehicles
- New food bank to open next week
- City Council discusses reasons for annexation
- High-speed chase in Kodiak
- Assembly addresses $1.9M school bond deficit
- Larsen Bay man dies in ATV accident
- A grocery store brings faraway flavors to Kodiak
- Temporary exhibit opens at the history museum
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The idea of tribal compacting for education has reportedly been in the works since the state Board of Education set it as a goal in 2017. Conversations about it date back even further. It would be an option for tribes, not a requirement.
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According to AFN, this particular gathering of artisans is renowned as one of the best places to find Alaska Native and American Indian artwork from cultures that are vital and rich with history, tradition, adaptation and creativity.
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According to court documents, Christopher Thomas Howard sold 5.8 grams of meth on Nov. 15, 2018, 13.9 grams on Dec. 6, 2018, and 55.2 grams on Jan. 3, 2019. The meth tested out as 98% pure.