Southeast Alaska commercial salmon trollers, hatchery organizations, businesses and municipalities have their last shot this winter at millions of federal dollars meant to make up for a lower king salmon… more
It looks like halibut fishermen on the Pacific Coast of the US and Canada will see more cuts to their catch limits next year in most areas except Southeast… more
Debate coach Dan Ortiz and student Evan Wick speak about the upcoming Debate, Drama and Forensics meet at Kayhi. They are still looking for judges. Debate
The Ketchikan City Council removed funding for a controversial rain gauge project. The council also voted in favor of emergency repairs for the Centennial building. Council member Bob Sivertsen gives and update. 06city
Sue Foley, Rotary International District Governor for Southeast Alaska, was in Ketchikan to meet local Rotarians and find out what the district can do for members. She, Chris Letterman and Rosie Roppel visit Morning Edition. 05rotary
Kelly Johnson takes a looks at the happenings at the Ketchikan Public Library – author visit, ACA teleconference, movies, crafts and more. Library121013
Janalee Minnich Gage of the Gateway Center for Human Services is part of the Wellness Coalition’s SPEAK task force (Suicide Prevention and Awareness in Ketchikan). She explains more about SPEAK and what you can do to help identify and prevent… more
Cis Coenen will be making a presentation about “The Astronomy of the Christmas Star” and Kathy Bolling speaks about campus closures, finals and upcoming classes. 04campus
Victoria Merritt with the Craig Parks and Recreation report for November 29th. CraigPR112913
The KVB is looking for nominees for their annual awards. Anna Marie Mestes provides details, plus talks about visitor numbers and some upcoming activities. KVB111313
Erin McKittrick, author of Small Feet, Big Land joined Sean Carlson to talk about her experiences trekking through Alaska.
Borough Assembly Member Glen Thompson joined Sean Carlson to talk about library and education funding issues, which were on the agenda at the Assembly meeting on October 21.