More than 200 Ketchikan Democrats gathered Saturday morning to caucus for their choice for U.S. president. Organizers hadn’t expected that level of interest, and eventually moved the caucus outside – in the pouring rain – because the crowd just didn’t fit inside the IBEW Hall.
About 33 law enforcement officers and first responders from 10 different federal, state and local agencies in Ketchikan recently came together for a two-day anti-terrorism training event.
The Alaska Supreme Court issued a decision Friday on State of Alaska vs. Central Council Tlingit Haida Indian Tribes of Alaska, a case that was argued in the Ketchikan High School auditorium in November of 2014.
House District 36 Republicans met on Saturday for the group’s local convention.
Acting on tips from local residents, Ketchikan Police Department investigators on Sunday arrested three Southcentral residents who had allegedly set up a drug operation at a local hotel.
The measure is off the table for consideration. It would have charged $2 per pack of cigarettes, with some of the proceeds going toward tobacco cessation programs.
According to Monday’s online Troopers dispatch report, a local business contacted Troopers on March 16th to report a counterfeit $50 bill.
The first event is the annual Alaska Hummingbird Festival Juried Art Show, set for April 1 at the Southeast Alaska Discovery Center.
Sen. Lisa Murkowski’s office announced Friday that communities across Alaska will receive about $11.5 million through the program to help fund local schools.
A proposed excise tax on tobacco products sold in the Ketchikan Gateway Borough is back in front of the Borough Assembly on Monday.