Recent News

City Approves $9.8M For St. Herman Harbor Redesign


A rendering of what the redesigned St. Herman Harbor will look like a little more than a year from now. On Thursday, the Kodiak City Council approved 9.8 million dollars for construction of the upland facilities, underwater piers and other associated infrastructure that will allow the 600-ton travel lift to pluck boats out of the water and operate. (Photo courtesy …

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Alutiiq Heritage Foundation Annual Meeting

Mary Donaldson/KMXT The Alutiiq Heritage Foundation held its annual meeting yesterday (Tuesday) afternoon. It has been a successful year for the foundation, which runs through Kodiak’s Alutiiq Museum. One of the foundation’s main goals is to bring exhibits, educational outreach, special events and scholarly presentations for the public to enjoy.

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Cancer Relay This Weekend

Mary Donaldson/KMXT The Kodiak Relay For Life fundraiser is taking place this weekend, benefiting the American Cancer Society. Mary Donaldson has the details. Mandy Clark is the event chair for the second annual Relay For Life fundraiser. She says this year’s event has about 21 teams of eight to 15 people each signed up to walk around the track at …

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Assembly Members:Glad It’s Over

Mary Donaldson/KMXT A series of Kodiak Island Borough lawsuits finally came to and end on July 8th, when a claim made by assembly members Louise Stutes, Reed Oswalt and Tom Abell was settled for a payment of 16 thousand, 700 dollars, which was only a portion of the 215 thousand the plaintiffs had requested. Everyone involved now agrees that its …

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Tips To Keep You Safe On The Water

Mary Donaldson/KMXT With the most coastline in the United States, Alaska has no shortage of water activities. But being on the water does bring risks, and even death, if you aren’t well prepared. Mary Donaldson has this report.

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