Fish Factor: Halibut catch limit declines by 7.5 percent Halibut catches weren’t slashed as badly as people feared, although they still continue on a downward trend — and the outlook is grim.
A coastwide catch of 31 million pounds was approved on Friday by the International Pacific Halibut Commission, a decline of 7.5 percent from last year, and far b...
Men plead guilty in cannery vandalism The two men who caused $20,000 in damage to the Icicle Seafoods cannery in Larsen Bay have been ordered to repay the damage and will serve time in jail.
According to court documents, Derick Hochmuth, 19, will spend 10 days in jail, while Pete Muller Jr., 19, will spend 90 days in jail.
Contractors tour Kodiak High School The average Kodiak High School class noticeably lacks gray hair and beards.
That’s probably why the group of men wandering the halls Thursday got more than their share of second glances from students walking from class to class.
On Thursday, contractors bidding on the Kodiak High School expansion...
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Prep wrestling: Sega enters NLC Championships as state’s best heavyweight Leo Sega won only one match as an eighth-grader learning how to wrestle.
He didn’t get discouraged; he got better.
As a junior, Sega has compiled a 26-4 record and enters today’s Northern Lights Conference Championships at Palmer High School as Kodiak’s only top-ranked state wrestler. He is the...
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Jack and Lee lakes area is topic at trails summit Trail users in Kodiak came together on Tuesday night to participate in the second trails summit with the Kodiak Island Borough Parks and Recreation Committee.
The goal for the twice-annual trails summit is to identify problems with a specific trail and get feedback from different trail user group...
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Martha Randolph lived like she hugged Martha Randolph embraced life like she hugged — tightly, as if she’d never let go.
When she finally did let go of life on Nov. 26, 2012, she was doing what she loved.
Martha died in Palmer while visiting her daughter and son-in-law, Vicki and Kent Kluever. She had traveled there on the ferry (s...
Prep hoops: Kodiak girls ranked third High school basketball coaches around the state are taking notice of the Kodiak girls.
The Bears are the third-ranked 4A team in the state in the latest Alaska Association of Basketball Coaches weekly poll.
Kodiak (11-0) was unranked to begin the season and just appeared in the rankings a couple...
Guest opinion: Gulf Ratz letter misses protective mark The Federal Register declared the North Pacific Fisheries Council is proceeding on giving away federal fish resources to selected trawl recipients in the Gulf. That is close to committing public larceny.
Catch shares are a euphemism for limited access privilege programs. Sharing sounds good when ...