Morning Edition Interviews

Grant funding helps medical center focus on prevention

Matt Eisenhower is the Project Manager of the CMS Innovation Grant for the Ketchikan Medical Center.  He speaks about how the three-year grant funding will be used  to improve care for those with chronic diseases such as diabetes and heart failure, and more.  KMC082113

Recent News

Council to vote on retail pot sales

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On Monday night, the Ketchikan City Council decided to vote on the sale of retail marijuana at its next meeting. The Council made this decision after hearing a presentation by Chris French, the Borough Planning and Community Development Director. more

Tulsequah cleanup won’t restart water treatment

Acid drainage from the Tulsequah Chief Mine discolors a leaking containment pond next to the Tulsequah River in British Columbia in 2013. (Photo courtesy Chris Miller/Trout Unlimited)
Canadian regulators say the Tulsequah Chief Project, near Juneau, has agreed to reduce pollution leaking into a nearby river. But the mine won’t have to restart a shuttered water-treatment plant. more