How do you incorporate visual art into a history class? Or theater into a math class? Ketchikan public school teachers had the chance to answer questions like these in a two-week arts program called the Basic Arts Institute.
Football players filled the room at the Ketchikan School Board meeting on Wednesday evening. The Ketchikan High School team was there because of an apparent funding issue that has put one of their three home games of the upcoming season in jeopardy.
Metlakatla residents celebrated their town’s 127th birthday on Thursday with the annual Founders’ Day festivities.
Democratic candidate for Governor Byron Mallott says he wants to see more citizen involvement in the state government's decision-making process.
Ketchikan residents Amanda Mitchell and KJ Harris have filed to run for Ketchikan City Council. Mitchell has not run for public office before. Harris is a current City Council member whose seat is opening this term, and he is seeking re-election.
The 39th Annual Blueberry Arts Festival filled Ketchikan’s Main Street on a sunny Saturday with local artists, vendors, and thousands of people.
The Ketchikan School Board gathered for an informal goal setting session Wednesday evening. The Board took advantage of the discussion to express concern over its relationship with the Borough to a member of the Association of Alaska School Boards.
About 20 local children spent this week trying to rescue astronauts and rovers stranded on faraway planets. Or at least…they built Lego robots that simulated those missions.
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.