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Eco Challenge returns
After a year hiatus, one of Kodiak’s most grueling races is back. The Eco Challenge, a Coast Guard Morale Well-Being and Recreation event, is set to re-debut on Aug. 15. The race, which debuted in 2002, was cancelled last year because the Coast Guard did not have the budget or enough personnel to...
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Kodiak Post 17 hosts Bartlett
After a 10-day break in the schedule, Kodiak Post 17 begins the second-half of its American Legion baseball season on Friday. Post 17 hosts Bartlett in a four-game series. Today’s 6:30 p.m. game and Sunday’s 11 a.m. contest are nonleaguers, while Saturday’s league doubleheader begins at noon. Kod...
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ADF&G building gets new mural
When you enter the Alaska Department of Fish and Game building on Near Island next time, take a look to the left and you’ll see a new mural made by Alaska artist Mike Anderson. The clay mural depicts a bear catching a seal at the beach. Anderson modeled the bear after one his father-in-law, long-...
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Kodiak is Alaska's most expensive city, study says
Kodiakans often complain about the high cost of living here, and the latest issue of the Alaska Department of Labor and Workforce Development publication “Alaska Economic Trends” shows the complaints may be justified, at least on the housing side. The publication stated as of early this year, Kod...
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Troopers probe theft, burglary on two Kodiak homes
State Troopers on Tuesday sought the public’s help in solving two separate cases of theft and burglary in Kodiak, including one incident where investigators determined that a person broke into a residence and “was preparing to commit acts of theft.” On Sunday, a silver MacBook Pro laptop was stol...
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Kodiak woman arrested on assault charges
Alaska State Troopers arrested a Kodiak woman Monday after receiving a report of a domestic disturbance in progress. Richana Mahle, 21, was arrested after allegedly assaulting two of her family members on Lilly Drive in Kodiak, a trooper report said Tuesday. Mahle was arrested and transported to ...
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Assembly approves one road contract
The Kodiak Island Borough assembly approved a contract for road maintenance and snow removal in the Womens Bay Service Area and failed to approve a contract for similar work on borough grounds. Staff had recommended that both contracts be awarded to MK Enterprises. Five bids were received for the...
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Assembly approves metals removal, postpones subsistence support again
The Kodiak Island Borough Assembly approved a memorandum of agreement for the removal of metals from villages, postponed a resolution in support of the Subsistence Access Management Act for the second time, and authorized a contract for recycling services. The memorandum of agreement is with Kodi...
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