Playbook: Oct. 11 Friday, Oct. 12
Swimming: Kodiak at the Palmer Invitational at Palmer High School.
Volleyball: Kodiak vs. Palmer at Kodiak High School. C squad, 4 p.m.; junior varsity, 5:30 p.m.; varsity, 7:30 p.m.
Looking for explanations regarding decrease in Koniag shares To the editor:
On Saturday, Koniag Inc., announced to 4,000 shareholders a decrease from $10 a share to $3 a share.
What just happened?
I can't figure it out! No one in the audience said anything. No one looked ashamed. Two board members quit. The accountant seemed embarrassed when a guy asked ...
Guest opinion: The bait and switch on Alaska energy An alliance of environmental activists and Democratic politicians has spent decades blocking the efforts of Alaskans to access the rich energy resources of our state.
When Alaskans wanted to open the 1002 area of ANWR to exploration and production, opponents of progress stymied our efforts with f...
Dive coach returns after being treated for cancer When Dave Horne was being treated for prostate cancer in Oklahoma, his thoughts were thousands of miles away, back with his diving team at Kodiak High School.
“Sometimes you worry about yourself and sometimes you worry about everybody else,” the third-year dive coach and longtime Kodiak swimming...
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Alaska Science Forum: Mystery wolf didn’t survive in Alaska An Alaska wolf that disappeared about 12,000 years ago just made another appearance.
No one will ever see this wolf, but scientists have found that it was different from Alaska’s wolves of today, and it was not like its Ice-Age contemporaries that lived in, among other places, Los Angeles.
Tuesday's City Council work session canceled The Kodiak City Council’s regularly scheduled work session was canceled Tuesday after two councilmen and Mayor Pat Branson became stuck in Anchorage by fog.
Councilmen Terry Haines and John Whiddon testified earlier in the week at the meeting of the North Pacific Fishery Management Council, as di...
Kodiak man pleads guilty to attempted sexual abuse with a minor A 23-year-old Kodiak man will spend 15 years in jail after pleading guilty to charges connected to having sex with an underage girl.
On Sept. 17, Patrick Sweeney, 23, pleaded guilty to one charge of attempted sexual abuse with a minor, a class C felony.
Sweeney originally faced charges of first-d...
Bears roaming town, but no cause for alarm At least one brown bear is roaming the streets of East Kodiak, but Troopers and the Alaska Department of Fish and Game say residents need to take no more precautions than normal.
"There's no cause for alarm," said Alaska Wildlife Trooper Sgt. Paul Fussey. "They do this every year; they're after o...