School board welcomes Kirk, says goodbye to Rauwolf, Griffin The Kodiak Island Borough School District board of education swore in new board member Debra Kirk and incumbent Norm Wooten during the board’s regular meeting Monday.
Following the Oct. 2 election, Wooten and Kirk took the oath of office. Kirk took the seat vacated by Peggy Rauwolf, who decided n...
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Around Kodiak: Oct. 24 Surplus sale today
The Kodiak Island Borough School District hosts its surplus sale from 7 a.m. to 6 p.m. today in the Kodiak High School auto shop. Items on sale include electronics, ping pong tables and a minivan. Call 481-2285 with questions. The school district reserves the right to accept or...
Scuba diver medevaced by Coast Guard A 24-year-old scuba diver was medevaced by a Coast Guard helicopter late Monday after reporting shortness of breath and intermittent consciousness.
According to the Coast Guard, the man was taken from the 48-foot fishing boat Patricia Kay about 10:33 p.m. in Alitak Bay and delivered to medical pe...
Public Safety Blotter: Oct. 24 Wednesday, Oct. 17
• At 3:10 a.m., a caller reported a bear was in the garbage on Larch Street.
• At 4:35 a.m., an officer was on foot patrol downtown.
• At 4:49 a.m., a 911 caller reported a bear sighting on Mozart Circle.
• At 5:04 a.m., an officer reported a bear sighting on Larch Street.
Business Spotlight: Arctic Physical Therapy celebrates 15 years in Kodiak The surgeon gets the credit for a successful operation, but when the cutting is over, the healing has only just begun.
This month, Arctic Physical Therapy celebrates 15 years of healing Kodiak’s hurts, whether they come from age, a sports injury or surgery.
After the physical therapy center at Pr...
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Bike path plan gets no traction on cost, construction issues Kodiak residents packed a conference room Tuesday night to speak loudly for and against a proposed bike path from Pier 2 to Deadman's Curve.
The project is mostly paid for by a federal grant, but the city of Kodiak is on the hook for 9 percent of the project's cost. Early estimates indicated the ...
Man accused of possessing heroin A Kodiak man has been accused of possessing heroin and marijuana.
Gregory Pruitt, 24, faces two counts of possession of a controlled substance, one in the fourth-degree and one in the sixth-degree for allegedly possessing the drugs. The fourth-degree charge is a class C felony.
According to court...
Sorto earns all-state honors Kodiak’s Fredy Sorto earned all-state recognition for his performance at wide receiver this season for the Bears.
The senior was voted onto the medium-schools all-state second team. He was the only Kodiak player to be recognized.
Sorto had 380 receiving yards and caught four touchdowns in Kodia...