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KODIAK — Two local women have been charged with one count each of felony theft, after stealing a credit card and attempting to use it to pay for over $1,000 worth of goods and services.
KODIAK — A local man has been charged with several felonies after the United States Postal Inspection Service intercepted parcels containing “bulk quantities” of marijuana, psilocybin mushrooms, and alprazolam pills (commonly known as Xanax). Law enforcers subsequently found cocaine, LSD, several firearms and almost $40,000 in cash in the defendants home.
KODIAK — The Kodiak Island Borough Assembly unanimously voted to approve a letter of non-protest for the issuance of a new license for a marijuana retail store, under two conditions, at a regular meeting Thursday.
The Denali Borough mayor’s first tie-breaker vote paved the way for a new cannabis dispensary to open in Healy next month. The vote was somewhat symbolic since the borough has no legal regulatory basis to deny the license.
KODIAK — Nine Coast Guard members face criminal charges of use, possession and distribution of cocaine and marijuana as a result of the USCG’s internal investigation into drug use in Kodiak, according to documents obtained by the Kodiak Daily Mirror. A majority of those charged are aviation technicians stationed at Base Kodiak or Air Station Kodiak.
The Fairbanks City Council voted 4-2 to pass Ordinance 6101, which amends restrictions to allow on-site marijuana consumption at approved marijuana retail establishments.
KODIAK — Plans to open a cannabis retail shop in downtown Kodiak received another boost when the Kodiak Island Borough Assembly approved a letter of non-protest following a public hearing on Thursday night.
Fairbanks voters could have the chance to decide whether to allow the new class of state-sanctioned marijuana consumption businesses within city limits.
KODIAK — It turns out cannabis retail stores in Kodiak are like buses: you wait ages for one, and then two come along at the same time.
The Alaska Legislature rejected by a single-vote margin well known anti-cannabis activist Vivian Stiver of Fairbanks to the Alaska Marijuana Control Board during a joint confirmation hearing Wednesday.
Parents pleaded with Denali Borough Assembly members Wednesday night to stop a retail cannabis dispensary from opening in Healy.
FAIRBANKS — With a vote of 4-2, the Fairbanks City Council on Monday night postponed an ordinance that would have allowed onsite consumption of cannabis at approved retail locations inside city limits.
FAIRBANKS — The Fairbanks City Council on Monday night will vote on an ordinance that would overturn the city’s ban of onsite consumption of cannabis.
KODIAK — As a faculty member with University of Alaska Anchorage, I and my colleagues are buzzing about the news from the University of Alaska. You see, this week, UA president Jim Johnsen sent a formal recommendation to the UA Board of Regents to close nearly all teacher education programs at UAA, a result of the School of Education losing accreditation. If the Board of Regents accepts President Johnsen’s recommendations, they will essentially close the School of Education at UAA, tasking UAF and UAS with the responsibility of educating new teachers in southcentral Alaska.
KODIAK — The Kodiak City Council unanimously voted to authorize the establishment of Kodiak’s first retail cannabis store at a regular meeting Thursday.