Pillar Mountain wind turbine project still on course The project to put three new wind turbines atop Pillar Mountain remains on schedule, Kodiak Electric Association CEO Darron Scott said Thursday.
His remarks came during the monthly meeting of the electric cooperative’s board of directors.
“Everything is still on track for a late fall startup,” he...
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Transport bill, student loan help approved in Washington In the final major Congressional moves expected before this fall’s elections, the U.S. Senate and House of Representatives approved a major transportation funding bill and an interest break for student loan holders.
On Friday, the House voted 373-52 and the Senate 74-19 in favor of the transport...
No fireworks, but Fourth festivities on tap for Kodiak, Chiniak By NICOLE KLAUSS
Kodiak won’t have any official fireworks for the Fourth of July this year, but the celebrations will go on.
City manager Aimée Kniaziowski said fireworks were not even in the city council’s budget discussion this year.
Kodiak had no fireworks last year after its lo...
Seahawks entertain Kodiak youth Seattle Seahawks quarterback Josh Portis pointed one direction; Dustin Swearingin went another direction.
The two laughed and smiled.
Swearingin corrected his path, scrambled to his right and fired a bullet into the waiting hands of Seattle defensive line coach Todd Wash.
“That’s how it’s done,...
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New group to research Aleutian crab Kodiak-based fisheries adviser Denby Lloyd is adding a new group to his portfolio. On Saturday, the golden king crab fleet announced the creation of the Aleutian King Crab Research Foundation. Lloyd will be the group’s science adviser.
The foundation’s purpose is to increase understanding of the ...
Fish Factor: Research details fish bycatch; Alaska ranks second A first-ever accounting of bycatch in U.S. fisheries has been achieved by federal scientists in a user-friendly report that aims to set a baseline for the accidental takes of fish, marine mammals, seabirds and other creatures by fishing gear.
The National Bycatch Report, based primarily on 2005 ...
Smooth pavement a treat to use
To the editor:
Driving out Rezanof Drive to the north, as Marian and I do for our thrice-weekly fitness program at the Kodiak Athletic Club, we were acutely aware that it had become one of our holiest roads. One morning we encountered double traffic fines notices that told us it was finally being...
Officers revive fisherman on remote beach
EGEGIK (AP) — Alaska State Troopers say quick action by three public safety employees likely saved the life of a 54-year-old California man near Egegik.
Jose Orendez of Fallbrook, Calif., and his son on Thursday left their fishing boat onboard a 12-foot inflatable boat and headed for the beach, b...