A new hydro power project on Prince of Wales Island has been approved for a huge loan, bringing it one hurdle closer to completion.
There are more than 100 people employed at Ketchikan’s Vigor Industrial Shipyard. Out of all of them, Cat Wong might have the most unusual story about how she got there.
The Ketchikan School Board Wednesday night approved required background checks for volunteer chaperones on overnight school-sponsored trips. The policy recommendation came from the newly formed Student Safety Committee.
The Board will vote on whether to require background checks for volunteer chaperones on overnight trips. The recommendation came from a school safety committee formed earlier this year. If the Board approves the change, it will go into effect in the upcoming school year.
Last week, several Ketchikan residents boarded the Crown Princess as part of a ceremony celebrating the ship’s first year on an Alaska itinerary.
Ketchikan celebrated Independence Day with parades, hot dogs, rubber ducks, and lumberjacks.
Ketchikan gardener Teri Hoyt discusses the joys and challenges of greenhouse or hothouse gardening.
A team of six AmeriCorps NCCC volunteers are in Ketchikan clearing a new paintball field for Ketchikan Youth Initiative. The team members talked about their experience with AmeriCorps and Ketchikan.
Lee Skidmore of the Ketchikan Garden Club answers questions from callers about garden maintenance.
Members of Cultural Respect Embracing the World (CREW) join KRBD to talk about their upcoming "United As One" open mic.