KODIAK — A local man who was arrested on several drug charges began to overdose in Kodiak Jail last month after allegedly attempting to smuggle heroin into the facility using his rectum.
KODIAK — Kodiak’s own Alaska Rug Company will be in Washington D.C. today to participate in the third annual Made in America Product Showcase at the White House.
KODIAK — Kodiak’s fishing fleet had its strongest start for pink salmon harvest in history, with the opener that took place from Saturday through Wednesday.
KODIAK — About 800 Kodiak senior citizens awaited their monthly stipend on July 1, available through the Alaska Senior Benefits Payment Program. But, the check never came.
KODIAK — The Israeli Missile Defense Organization and the U.S. Missile Defense Agency are scheduled to test the Arrow 3 Defense System at the Alaska Aerospace Corporation’s Pacific Spaceport Complex Alaska in Kodiak this month.
KODIAK — The Kodiak Island Borough is preparing to implement new procedures that will allow borough staff to fine residents for failing to properly dispose of waste, inviting unwelcome bears to residential neighborhoods.
KODIAK — A Kodiak man has been charged with assault, reckless driving and reckless endangerment after he allegedly drove into oncoming traffic and nearly hit a child riding a bicycle.
Theresa “Terry” Ann Carlson passed away peacefully in her home on July 5, 2019, surrounded by her family. Terry was born on August 12, 1960, in Seldovia, Alaska to Jimmy and Evelyn Carlough. She became a mother in 1982, welcoming her first child Jenny Marie (Hammond). In 1988, Terry married the love of her life, Daniel Craig Carlson; the man with whom she shared a life and eternal love with. Danny and Terry later welcomed son Craig James, and daughters Heather Ann and Rebecca Lynn.
KODIAK — A team of Kodiak community members is spearheading the creation of a new 10,000-foot path from Boy Scout Lake to the Coast Guard Base main gate. They got one step closer to building the trail on Tuesday, when the Kodiak Island Borough Assembly unanimously approved an encroachment permit with the Alaska Department of Transportation to allow for the construction.
KODIAK — Kodiak resident Jennifer Parnell, 55, was medevaced by a Coast Guard aircrew after she fractured her leg while hiking North Sister Mountain on Thursday.
Former Kodiak wrestling standout Carl Green brought a piece of history to Wednesday’s practice to motivate the team — a yearbook highlighting …
Kodiak’s Kordell Pillans will make the biggest start of his budding football career on Saturday.
The Robin Hervey Tournament is back.
Kodiak’s annual Turkey Trot 5-kilometer fun run begins at 10 a.m. at the Teen Center.
Levi Thomet’s debut at the NCAA Division I Cross Country Championships didn’t go quite as planned.
Kodiak’s Bryan Gonzalez continued his strong senior season at the Lancer Smith Memorial Tournament.
For the third consecutive year, a Kodiak High School runner committed to Black Hills State University.
On Saturday, Levi Thomet will become the second Kodiak cross country runner to compete at the NCAA Championships in the last five years.
The state wrestling tournament is weeks away, but after this weekend Kodiak will know if it has a championship-caliber team.
One of Jason Fox’s biggest thrills in baseball was when he made his high school team in Maryland.
In his first cross country season at Oregon, Levi Thomet is headed to the NCAA National Championships.
Junior Valladolid was nervous heading into Kodiak’s first home wrestling match in nearly two years.
South Anchorage and Dimond proved to be the teams to beat on the opening day of the state volleyball championships.
Home at last.
The Kodiak Emerging Small Schools volleyball team is hosting a two-day tournament that begins Friday at Kodiak Middle School.
For the first time in five years, Kodiak is not playing in the 4A state volleyball championships.
After the Kodiak boys swimming and diving team raised the state championship trophy for the first time in program history, dive coach Dave Hor…
Jeff Kiefer owns bragging rights over his childhood friend Stefan Macahilas.
It didn’t take Jerica Nelson long to shake off the rust in her first collegiate women’s basketball game in more than a year.