Author Archives: Maria Dudzak

Breaking News: Anti-chloramine petition denied on legal grounds

City of Ketchikan voters will not be heading to the polls to decide whether or not they support the city’s new municipal water treatment system. The anti-chloramine ballot proposition has been denied on legal grounds.
Of the 623 signatures on … more

School Board postpones chloramine resolution indefinitely

On Wednesday night, the Ketchikan School Board voted to indefinitely postpone a resolution taking a stance on the use of chloramine in city water. more

School board approves budget

The Ketchikan School Board approved the FY15 budget Wednesday night. more

Arts Report

Dances, concerts, plays, performances, the Monthly Grind and more are taking place this week and weekend.  Kathleen Light and Marni Rickelmann provide details.  24artsmore

Job Service Report

The latest Job Service Report from the Ketchikan Job Center.  24jobsmore

Mining prospects favorable for POW

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Representatives from the mining industry, regulatory agencies and local businesses touted the economic benefits of mining to Southeast Alaska at a Ketchikan luncheon. more

Music performances planned this week

Roy McPherson speaks about the Jerry Galley Memorial Scholarship Concert and Ketchikan Community Concert Band performances. 23bandmore

“The Jungle Book” to be performed by more than 260 students

Students from Fawn Mountain Elementary speak about the musical they’ll be performing on May 1st.  23junglemore

UAS Ketchikan Report

Gail Klein speaks about registration.  Graduation is coming up May 3rd.   23uasmore

Assembly hears about chloramine, tideland leases, more

Most of Monday night’s Borough Assembly meeting revolved around a variety of presentations.  The assembly also approved pursuing a school reserve fund and will repair the aquatic center roof.  Alan Bailey gives details.  Assembly042214more