Alutiiq Word of the Week: Feb. 8 Kasaakaruaq : Creole
Kasaakaruat Sun’ami amlertut. : There are a lot of part-Russians in Kodiak.
The term Creole comes from the Spanish word criollo – meaning native to the place. In nineteenth century Kodiak, Russian entrepreneurs used this term for individuals of both Russian and Native ancest...
Avelina Luna Viveros Longtime resident Avelina Luna Viveros, born March 2, 1943, passed away peacefully on Jan. 27, 2013 with her family by her side.
Avelina had worked at Western Alaska Fisheries since 1983.
In April 2012, Avelina was diagnosed with cancer and moved to San Diego for treatment.
She is survived by ...
New public radio station coming this fall This fall, a new radio station will begin broadcasting in Kodiak, but one important question remains to be answered: What will the station broadcast?
On Thursday, public radio station KMXT-FM launched an online listener survey asking Kodiak residents what they’d like to hear when KODK-FM 90.7 beg...
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Tapestry: Islanders come to Sugaks’ aid on troubled voyage It was the kind of day that Emil and Tonya Sugak had been waiting for. Calm; no sign of foul weather on the horizon. The perfect day to close up their fishing lodge in the village of Karluk and travel to their Kodiak home.
Recalling the stories of elders and heeding their own sea sense, the Suga...
Coast Guard Blotter: Feb. 8 Coast Guard News Blotter:
• The Coast Guard District 17 Command Center received a request from the clinic in Klawock to transport a 74 year-old man with gastrointestinal bleeding from Klawock to Ketchikan. The duty flight surgeon was briefed and concurred with the medevac. Commercial serv...
In the Courts: Feb. 8 Dismissals
• One count of fourth-degree assault against Carpa Orloff, Jr., 44, was dismissed Jan. 29.
• One count of violating conditions of release and two counts of second-degree criminal trespass against James Childers, 40, were dismissed Jan. 29.
• One count of second-degree theft against Cla...
Public Safety Blotter: Feb. 8 Wednesday, Feb. 6
• At 6:10 a.m., a 911 caller reported coming home to all of her doors open at her house; all seemed secure.
• At 6:20 a.m., a 911 caller reported a large bag of something was in the road.
• At 10:33 a.m., an officer observed two loose dogs. The owner called the dogs inside.
Burglar steals $300 from business A burglar stole around $300 in cash from Honda Marine Sales and Service, during the seventh reported business break-in since the start of 2013.
The business discovered the cash missing before opening on Tuesday morning and reported it to the Kodiak Police Department, which determined the burglar ...
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