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For a Dollar a Day…

D.O.R.K. hats are available for $365 pledges and above. They Opened in October 2010, starting with Dawn\’s mother (Barbara Uttke), herself (Dawn Uttke and the D in Dork), daughters, Korbie Rogge, Chelsea Rogge, daughter in law Eylssa Rogge, sons Andrew & Lucas (R in Dork), DORK = Dawn or Rogge Kids. The business has grown to carry other wonderful had made items, mostly made by local folks.  DORK does have a couple of consigners from out of state. Check out the store, located in the Plaza Mall on the ground floor.

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Brotherhood, Sisterhood prepare for convention

Alaska Native Sisterhood members march in Wrangell during the Grand Camp's 2015 Convention in Wrangell. (Photo courtesy Peter Naoroz/ANB)
Alaska’s oldest Native organizations are trying to attract younger members. That and other issues are on the table at the ANB-ANS Grand Camp Convention Oct. 5-8. more

Home-rule process would cost up to $50,000

Ketchikan Gateway Borough offices are in the White Cliff building.
The process to create a home-rule charter for the Ketchikan Gateway Borough would be more expensive than just the $16,000 special election. more