Garden Gate: Snow is a gardener's best friend My host, Janet, was worried about my upcoming visit.
“I don’t know if you have heard, but we are experiencing a very dusty winter because of the lack of snow. Be forewarned that I have not started my spring housecleaning — which usually occurs just before my St. Patrick’s Day Party in March, so e...
Where is the money? To the Editor:
Vehicle registration rates were raised by a resolution/ordinance specifically for that money to be for junk car removal. The budget was cut from over $100,000 yearly to $25,000. Where’s that money going? Animal control was cut altogether for the budget. Where’s that money going?
Prep wrestling: Caballa, Powers earn NLC titles Kodiak’s Andrew Caballa and Kerry Powers are champions once again.
The two repeated as individual champions at Saturday’s Northern Lights Conference wrestling championships Saturday at Palmer High.
Caballa, last year’s 106-pound champion, won this year’s 113-pound class in dominating fashion. I...
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Kodiak man accused of dealing meth A 42-year-old Kodiak man is facing a felony drug charge for allegedly attempting to distribute methamphetamine.
Brad Aga was arraigned in Kodiak district court on Jan. 19 for one count of third-degree drugs misconduct, a class B felony, punishable by up to ten years in jail.
According to court d...
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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