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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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Ketchikan borough to consider mine resolution

Muddy water from the breached Mount Polley Mine tailings pond dam floods a downstream creek and road Monday. (Cariboo Regional District Emergency Operations Centre photo)
A resolution urging the International Joint Commission to get involved in the issue of transboundary mines will be in front of the Ketchikan Gateway Borough Assembly on Monday. more

State identifies body from Blackberry Lane fire

The state Medical Examiner’s Office has positively identified a body from last week’s house fire as that of the resident, 49-year-old Ralph Smith of Ketchikan. more