- After protest, Kodiak man allowed to see daughter in ICU
- SPOTLIGHT: Zola Nelson
- Lydia Joyce Cullum
- City withdraws from consolidation committee
- Latest Kodiak economic data may be unreliable
- School district updates pandemic protocols
- Gary D. Cobban Jr. and David L. Cobban
- Coast Guard conducts two rescues in two days
- Larry Amox Sr.
- Aimee Williams: Kodiak Island Borough Assembly candidate
- By Kris Capps and Erin McGroarty, email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org
All in-person extracurricular activities, including sports, are suspended until the Denali Borough returns to medium or low risk.
- Erin McGroarty, email@example.com
As of Friday, about 93,000 registered Alaska voters had requested an absentee ballot, meaning the state is preparing to deal with more than twice as many absentee ballots than were requested for the 2018 general election.
- Dorothy Chomicz, firstname.lastname@example.org
According to an order issued Thursday by Alaska Supreme Court Chief Justice Joel Bolger, misdemeanor trials may resume Nov. 2. All other jury trials will remain suspended until Jan. 3, 2020.