Ketchikan’s Library Director Linda Lyshol is leaving effective June 10th.
Victoria Merritt with the Craig Parks and Recreation report for May 20th. CraigPR052016… more
During Council discussion of the pot tax, there was general agreement on a 5-percent tax – not graduated – with proceeds going into the general fund. The Council directed city management to come back with an ordinance to that effect for the next regular meeting.
The Ketchikan-Misty Fiords Ranger District’s annual Kids Fishing Derby at City Park starts at 9 a.m. on June 18th, and lasts until noon.
Alaska State Troopers in Ketchikan are investigating the theft of two electrical heaters taken from a Forest Park building.
How and whether to tax retail marijuana within the City of Ketchikan is up for discussion during Thursday’s Ketchikan City Council meeting.
A baggage-screening x-ray machine at Ketchikan International Airport has been fixed, and passenger screening is back to normal.
A body found last week in Ketchikan on the tideflats under a fish processing plant has been positively identified as Thomas Booth, who went missing in January.
The Alaska Department of Fish and Game received numerous reports of wolf sightings in Ketchikan’s North End area Tuesday morning.
According to the Forest Service, the goal is to build a program collaboratively with the community. Forest Service specialists already have identified opportunities for stream restoration, habitat enhancement, recreation, road improvement and timber harvest.