Friday, Jan. 17
- GUTTED: Board of Fish votes to change Kodiak’s salmon fisheries
- Small earthquake rattles Interior Alaska
- Woman charged after a man was shot in home
- Trapper charged after using snared moose as bait for wolves
- Hospital offers new service to address chronic pain
- Boyfriend arrested on murder charge in death of Kristen Huntington
- Destin Z. Alexanderoff Maloney Friccero
- New report spells additional cuts to marine highway system
- Native Alaska salmon fishermen’s livelihood could be threatened, according to village representatives
- Officials warn residents to be cautious on frozen lakes
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According to a Dec. 2 memorandum to Chief Operations Officer Andreau DeGraw from Bart Grahek, director of procurement and warehousing, the purchasing department evaluated the offers received and recommended granting the contract to the best value, which it believed to be Durham School Services.
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The rate increase will go into effect for the academic year beginning fall 2021.
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Rustad appeared at the police station with self-inflicted cuts on his wrists and arms. He reportedly told officers "I know I did it," while they were providing him first aid, according to the criminal complaint.