US Senator Mark Begich visited Ketchikan on Saturday. The Democratic senator has represented Alaska in the US Capitol since 2008. He is up for re-election this November.
Sarah Lewis of the Southeast District Cooperative Extension will teach two food preservation classes in Ketchikan on Sunday, June 8th.
A lot of the graduating students had moments where they weren’t sure they would make it to this day. In fact, out of the 21 students, three had just finished all of their required schoolwork about five hours before the ceremony.
The Ketchikan Gateway Borough Assembly approved a FY15 budget at its meeting Monday night. It includes funding for many community programs and no tax increases. Assembly member Alan Bailey joined KRBD to talk about the budget.
Jessica Edwards, Executive Director of the Southeast Alaska State Fair, talked to KRBD about how Ketchikan residents can get involved. The fair is in Haines July 31-August 3. Edwards will be in Ketchikan June 4th at the New York Cafe … more
Participating in a high school sport is a big commitment anywhere. But in Southeast Alaska, it’s especially complicated.
Kalvin Traudt answers callers' questions about growing vegetables such as lettuce, zucchini, and carrots in Southeast Alaska's climate.
17-year-old Hana Oshima started playing piano when she was in 2nd grade. She says there were times when it felt like a chore, but now it’s a passion.
At a meeting last night, the Ketchikan Gateway Borough School Board talked about the possibility of changing the king salmon logo on the Ketchikan High School gym floor.
Ketchikan High School class of 2014 graduate Annie Johnson joined KRBD to talk about her high school experience. She says a drafting class at Kayhi helped her decide what to study in college: engineering.