Burglar breaks into Print Master A burglar broke into Kodiak Print Master over the weekend and stole the company's cash box.
When Kodiak Print Master co-owner Kim Piper came into the building Monday morning to do her morning sales paperwork from the previous week, she opened her register and was surprised to see it was empty.
Brennan Smith joins Kodiak Seafood and Marine Science Center The Kodiak Seafood and Marine Science Center is welcoming a new expert devoted to the science of fish proteins.
Brennan Smith, an assistant professor, is the newest faculty member for the University of Alaska Fairbanks School of Fisheries and Ocean Sciences. He arrived in Kodiak Sept. 10.
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Playbook: Oct. 5 Today
Tennis: Kodiak at the ASAA/First National Bank Alaska 2012 Tennis State Championships in Anchorage.
Volleyball: Kodiak at the Lady Grace Invite at Grace Christian High School in Anchorage, 3 p.m.
Saturday, Oct. 6
Football: Kodiak vs. Soldotna in medium-school semifinal at Soldotna, noon. ...
Local Results: Oct. 5 Senior Dribblers
Tuesday, Sept. 25
Kings 59, Team Drainage 44
Jemuel Mangalus 21 points, Sarah Ng 15, Bryan Mangrobang 13, Keith Johnson 4, Tessa King 4 and Elijah Rivera 2 points for Kings. Talon Lindquist 12 points, Reland Cornelio 10, Jay-R Guevara 10, Greg Ibabao 8 and Morgan Moir 4 for Team ...
Borough assembly debates conflict of interest ordinance tonight The Kodiak Island Borough Assembly takes up a conflict of interest issue tonight as it decides whether borough staff and assemblywoman Chris Lynch misstepped when Lynch was hired as a contractor on a handful of borough projects.
The assembly was never informed about the Lynch contract because it ...
To connect Flats with White Sands by bike, $66 million price tag As the Kodiak City Council prepares to address a proposed bike and hike path to Deadman’s Curve, cycling proponents may move one step closer to completing a grand plan that would link White Sands Beach and Bells Flats with pedestrian routes.
“We just go step by step; everything we get is awesome,...
North Pacific Fishery meeting begins in Anchorage An upcoming shift in regulations is pushing Kodiak’s pollock trawl fleet dangerously toward a shutdown, experts testified Monday during the opening day of the North Pacific Fishery Management Council meeting in Anchorage.
The first day of the seven-day meeting is typically set aside for reports a...