Shore warning: Don’t eat shellfish Local scientists are advising Kodiakans to avoid eating local shellfish to prevent paralytic shellfish poisoning during the upcoming holiday week.
PSP is extremely dangerous and even a small amount can cause paralysis or death.
“It’s inherently risky to harvest shellfish,” said marine advisory p...
Eco Challenge registration begins Todd Smith has been on the job since December, but his first test as athletic director for the Coast Guard’s Morale, Well-Being and Recreation department is organizing Kodiak’s most daunting race.
The Eco Challenge is a day-long mystery adventure around Kodiak, organized by the Coast Guard.
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Seattle fish cop under investigation The top fisheries investigator in the Northwest U.S. has been removed from office and is under intense investigation by the federal government.
According to the Seattle Times, which first reported the story, Vicki Nomura, special agent in charge of NOAA’s Northwest Division, is under investigatio...
Kids get dose of Russian culture at summer camp Russian culture is an important part of Kodiak’s past, and the Kodiak Russian Balalaika Players are ensuring Kodiak children learn about it.
Last week a group of children in Kodiak had the opportunity to learn about different aspects of Russian culture, including dance, music and costumes.
Park hosts enjoy Ketchikan KETCHIKAN (AP) — Daisy takes her role as Alaska State Parks host seriously.
With a gentle wag of her plush Saint Bernard tail, she welcomes visitors to the Settlers Cove host cabin from its deck.
Daisy and her owner, Bruce Reid, are more than a month into their roles as park hosts, and Reid’s wif...
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Mahle keeps rolling Kodiak’s Brandon Mahle earned his second victory for the Post 20 Twins Saturday in Kenai.
Mahle, a rising Kodiak High School senior, pitched seven innings in the Twins 14-6 thumping of Eagle River in an American Legion baseball game.
Mahle struck out two as the righty earned his second consecut...
Fun run kicks off Fourth of July Seward might have the famed Mount Marathon race, but Kodiak is not to be outdone on the Fourth of July.
The July Fourth 10K Run and Walk begins 10 a.m. outside the entrance to the Coast Guard base and ends in the Food for Less parking lot.
Kodiak Parks and Recreation director Ian Fulp said Mond...