Around Kodiak: Jan. 30 Senior Citizens of Kodiak Inc. is holding a regular Board of Directors meeting at 1 p.m. today at the Kodiak Senior Center in the multi-purpose room.
The meeting is open to the public.
For more information, call the Kodiak Senior Center at 486-6181.
Clarify bike path information To the Editor:
Paragraph two on page three of your article regarding the bike path is confusing. You write that path proponents spoke in droves during the meeting. Are you referring to the City Council members themselves or the citizens that spoke during public comments? While I was in attendance...
Man arrested for drugs after license plate switcharoo A Kodiak man is facing felony charges after allegedly switching license plates on vehicles in an attempt to avoid registering a truck.
Christopher Bowen, 52, was arraigned in Kodiak district court on Jan. 25 on two counts of concealing the identity of a vehicle, one count of no vehicle insurance ...
Local Results: Jan. 30 City League basketball
Monday, Jan. 21
St. Innocents 2, Kodiak Island Storage 0
St. Innocent’s won by forfeit
Icicle Seafoods 83, Camai 68
Nick Billings 29 points, Trent Hartill 16, Geoff Spalinger 14, Jaron Steele 13, Pete Danelski 7 and Alex Debbout 4 for Icicle Seafoods. Jon Sanchez 40 points,...
Kodiak snowstorm totals Monday’s blizzard gave Kodiak city almost a third of its winter snowfall to date.
According to measurements taken by the National Weather Service station at Kodiak State Airport, 9.2 inches of snow fell between midnight Monday morning and 9 a.m. Tuesday morning. Most of the accumulation — 7.3 inc...
Coast Guard sailor receives rare honor Capt. Mark A. Cawthorn, commanding officer of the Kodiak-based Coast Guard cutter Munro, ushered a new member into the ranks of the Coast Guard’s most revered corps during a Jan. 13 ceremony aboard the ship while in the Gulf of Alaska.
Chief Warrant Officer James Bride became the 34th Master Cutt...
City searches for new snow dump For almost 60 years, snowy days like Monday have meant a line of snow-filled dump trucks spilling their load into Near Island Channel.
Thanks to orders from the Alaska Department of Environmental Conservation, that winter scene is coming to an end — and the city of Kodiak is footing the bill.
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Man sentenced for stealing truck A Kodiak man who stole a truck from an auto repair shop has been sentenced to almost a year in prison.
According to court documents, Troy Childers, 37, will spend 360 days in jail. Childers will spend a portion of his prison sentence in an Anchorage halfway house. He has already served some of hi...