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Princess found overnight off-site accommodations for the displaced guests and is working on admitting guests back into the undamaged portions of the hotel.
KODIAK — The two owners and a former operator of a hunting lodge in Port William on Shuyak Island have been ordered to pay nearly $8 million to the federal government to reimburse the costs of cleaning up an oil spill that took place in February, 2018.
Two men have been charged with multiple drug distribution felonies after they were the subject of a multi-agency sting operation. Court documents state that Joseph Ramos, 24, and Alexander Ancheta, 62, were both arrested following an investigation that involved undercover officers purchasing methamphetamine from the pair, as well as a number of others yet to be charged, at a house on Thorsheim Street.
More than 100 people joined Margaret Hall and her family at the Afognak Center on Near Island to celebrate her 100th birthday Saturday.
A local man and his three-year-old son narrowly avoided tragedy Thursday, when the man’s truck rolled backwards into the Buskin River with the child still inside it. According to Alaska State Trooper Sgt. Daniel Blizzard, the man’s dog was also in the car –– but both the dog and the child were rescued from the truck before it was completely submerged in the river. The truck was later towed out of the river and absorbent boom was briefly deployed to clean up what Blizzard described as “very minimal oil spillage.”
KODIAK — The Kodiak Daily Mirror welcomed Iris Samuels to its news team Thursday.
Kodiak’s first ever retail cannabis store opened its doors Saturday, following a ribbon cutting ceremony at 10:00 a.m. High Rise, a store located at 104 Center Avenue (just behind Tony’s Bar), is owned and operated by Jack Schactler and saw over 400 customers on its opening day.
KODIAK — The City of Kodiak will increase a number of its fees, charges and tariffs, following a unanimous vote by the Kodiak City Council to adopt a resolution on the action at a regular meeting Thursday.
KODIAK — Kodiak Island Borough’s annual junk vehicle removal program has been extended until further notice.
KODIAK — Two local women have been charged with one count each of felony theft, after stealing a credit card and attempting to use it to pay for over $1,000 worth of goods and services.