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Assembly approves contract with law firm

The Ketchikan Gateway Borough Assembly approved a contract with K&L Gates law firm Monday night.  The firm will look at the merit of challenging the state for education funding. Assembly member Mike Painter gives a meeting update.  Assembly110513

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Judge Carey denies stay in education funding lawsuit

Ketchikan's state courthouse in downtown.
A superior court ruling that invalidates the State of Alaska’s longheld practice of requiring municipal governments to contribute a specific amount toward public education remains in place for now. more

Ketchikan Youth Court swears in new members

Ketchikan Youth Court's newest members are sworn in  Thursday, February 26, 2015 in Borough Assembly chambers.
Ketchikan Youth Court inducted nine new members Thursday during a ceremony at Ketchikan Gateway Borough Assembly chambers. Wearing his judicial robe, Superior Court Judge Trevor Stephens administered the oath. more