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Bears Soak Competition In Palmer

Jay Barrett/KMXT The Kodiak High School swim team easily won the Palmer Invitational on Saturday. The Bears racked up 187 points total. North Pole was second with 116 and Wasilla third with 109. The Kodiak girls won in dominating fashion, with 104 points to Homer’s 61 and North Pole’s 54. The boys contest was closer, but Kodiak edged Wasilla 83 ... Read More »

Fulp, Kaplan Join Assembly

Jay Barrett/KMXT The next time the Kodiak Island Borough Assembly meets there will be two new faces at the table. Judy Fulp, who we profiled earlier this week, and Dave Kaplan, who won as a write-in candidate. They joined returning incumbent Sue Jeffery in being sworn in at last night’s assembly meeting. Though sworn in last night, Fulp and Kaplan ... Read More »

City Council Election Final

City_Council_Tally (PDF) Jay Barrett/KMXT The final numbers are in for the Kodiak City Council election. The canvassing board released its figures Wednesday afternoon. There were only two candidates for the two open seats. Incumbent Tom Walters got 696 votes, while newcomer Paul Smith received 633 votes. There were 65 write-ins. There were 900 ballots cast, which is a 24-percent of ... Read More »

Final Election Tally

Final_Election_Results (PDF) Jay Barrett/KMXT The Kodiak Island Borough municipal election results are final. The canvass board count was released Wednesday afternoon, and is due to be certified by the borough assembly at Thursday night’s regular meeting. Voter turn out was 26 percent borough-wide, with 2,477 people casting ballots. That’s just a little bit higher than last year’s municipal election where ... Read More »

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