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Kodiak’s First Social Worker Coming To Town

Mary Donaldson/KMXT Kodiak’s first ever social worker will be making her way back to town to participate in this weekend’s Aging Connection Conference. Mary Donaldson has more. Though Ella Craig, now 88, has been retired for many years from her field in social work, she continues to volunteer her time to social services around the state. She is Kodiak’s first …

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Kodiak Residents Wonder If Palin Is Ready

Jay Barrett/KMXT It’s been less than two weeks that Alaskans have lived with the news that our governor would be running for vice president of the United States. Now that the initial shock has worn off, what do folks in Kodiak think of Sarah Palin’s nomination? That was the subject on yesterday’s Talk of the Rock with Jay Barrett, who …

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Paul Smith Running For City Council

Casey Kelly/KMXT The lack of candidates for local elected office means some seats on the Kodiak Island Borough Assembly and school board may not be filled at the October municipal election. On the Kodiak City Council there are two seats up for grabs, and two candidates, meaning all of the seats on the city’s governing body will be filled. One …

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Bolger’s Replacement Sought

Jay Barrett/KMXT With the appointment of Kodiak Judge Joel Bolger to the Alaska Court of Appeals just more than a week ago, the state is looking to replace him on the Superior Court bench here. The Alaska Judicial Council will be accepting applications until 3 p.m. on October 6th. A Superior Court judge must be a citizen of the United …

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