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City Adopts New ID Theft Policy

Casey Kelly/KMXT 0 < ![endif]--> The Kodiak City Council has adopted a new identity theft policy for the city. The city had previously been doing things to protect against identity theft, but City Manager Linda Freed says it came to her attention that a written policy is now required by federal law. Read More »

Baranof Park Improvements Endangered

Jay Barrett/KMXT The Kodiak Island Borough Assembly and the Kodiak City Council updated each other on their projects – joint and otherwise – at a combined work session last night. Sludge disposal, Baranof Park improvements, joint fishery committees and the fish and game headquarters project were all on the table. Read More »

Hunter Mauled In Viekoda Bay

Jay Barrett/KMXT A 31-year-old deer hunter was rescued Tuesday afternoon after being mauled Sunday by a Kodiak brown bear and her two cubs. Matthew Sutton of Great Falls, Montana, and his partner were hunting in Viekoda Bay, about 25 miles west of Kodiak City when the attack happened. Fish and Game wildlife biologist Larry Van Daele said Sutton was alone ... Read More »

Jury Finds Sen. Ted Stevens Guilty On All Counts

Audio story by APRN’s Libby Casey WASHINGTON (AP) – Alaska Sen. Ted Stevens has been convicted of lying about free home renovations and other gifts he received from a wealthy oil contractor. The Senate’s longest-serving Republican, Stevens was found guilty on all seven counts of making false statements on Senate financial documents. The verdict throws the upcoming election into disarray. ... Read More »

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