Recent News

Author Speaks About Experience with Domestic Violence

Kayla Desroches/KMXT A Kodiak resident shared her story recently as part of Domestic Violence Awareness month. University of Kentucky epidemiologist, Sabrina Brown, who splits her time between Kodiak and Kentucky, published a book called “I Married a Sociopath.” It covers her experiences with her ex-husband over their 20-year marriage. She says during that relationship she worked within violence prevention, but ... Read More »

KPD Identifies Source of School Threat

Kodiak Police Department vehicles in front of Kodiak High School. (Photo by Kayla Desroches / KMXT) Kayla Desroches/KMXT The Kodiak Police Department put the middle school and high school on lockdown this morning due a possible threat of violence. According to Police Chief Ronda Wallace, they were investigating a statement a substitute teacher overheard. “Something to the effect of ‘I’m ... Read More »

KPD Locks Down Schools, Public Buildings

Kayla Desroches/KMXT The Kodiak Police Department sent out an advisory message this morning at around 9:20 a.m. reporting that the middle school and high school were on lockdown status. KPD has since called off the lockdown and found there was no threat. The original message cautioned people to remain away from the area and stated information is limited. Subsequent alerts ... Read More »

The Sun’aq Tribe Wants to Collaborate with the City of Kodiak on Some Future Projects

Mitch Borden/KMXT At the  Kodiak City Council’s work session tonight, there will be a presentation about the Sun’aq Tribe’s Tribal Transportation Program, also known as TTP, and projects it’d like to collaborate with the city on. In a letter to assistant city manager Matthew Van Daele, the Sun’aq Tribe’s Transportation Coordinator Randy Boskofsky outlines some tasks the two organizations could ... Read More »

A Look Into Kodiak’s Sea Cucumber Dive Fishery

Ivanoff shows off a cooked sea cucumber. (Photo by Kayla Desroches/KMXT) Kayla Desroches/KMXT One of Kodiak’s smaller fisheries opened last week. Around 20 or 22 people dove for red sea cucumbers during its first 48 hours. Diver Reuben Ivanoff holds up a bag of cooked sea cucumbers. They’re spiky, brownish, and long like slugs. He and the crew, some of ... Read More »

Coast Guard Flies Hunter Back to City

Kayla Desroches/KMXT The U.S. Coast Guard located a missing hunter Saturday. According to a Coast Guard press release, the 41-year-old touched base with his hunting party at about 5 p.m. Friday. He was supposed to meet his companions near Selief Bay on Raspberry Island. He didn’t show up. At about 7 p.m., the hunting group called the Alaska State Troopers ... Read More »

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