A Prince of Wales Island woman who accidentally shot herself Wednesday night suffered serious leg trauma and was expected to be medivaced.
A week before the Nov. 8th election, the newest round of campaign disclosure forms were due Tuesday with the state Division of Elections.
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Alaska Mental Health Trust and Trust Land Office representatives got an earful Tuesday during informational meetings in Saxman and Ketchikan regarding the decision to potentially log Deer Mountain.
Ketchikan City Manager Karl Amylon’s office announced Tuesday that Ketchikan Public Utilities’ manager of sales, marketing and customer service has won a national award.
Gov. Bill Walker’s office announced this week that two Ketchikan residents have been appointed to statewide positions.
Alaska State Troopers on Prince of Wales Island are investigating the theft of appliances and fixtures from a trailer near Hydaburg.
Alaska Mental Health Trust officials will be in Saxman and Ketchikan on Tuesday to give presentations and take public input on the Trust’s controversial plan to log parts of Deer Mountain if a federal land exchange isn’t approved by Congress by mid-January. But, an organizer of the local group Save Deer Mountain said these public meetings seem to be too little, too late.
Alaska State Troopers in Ketchikan are seeking information about a stolen gun, taken between Oct. 24th and Oct. 29th from an unlocked home on Beachwood Lane.
According to PeaceHealth, the Primary Care clinic and Behavioral Health clinic will start the process. Those patients will be seen in the new second-floor space starting Nov. 7th.
Alaska State Troopers are seeking information about a stolen smartphone, taken from a parked car Wednesday afternoon.