He is information about the "All Hazards Emergency Warning System." Be prepared to hear weekly tests and plan for what to do in the event of a real emergency.
Elizabeth Nelson speaks about “City Love Song,” a show being put on to raise funds for the performing arts center, the Diva/Divo competition and more. Shelley Baumeister of the Arts Council gives info on upcoming events and calls to artists. … more
The latest Job Service Report from the Ketchikan Job Center. Jobs091814… more
Lt. Governor Mead Treadwell provides information on hearings taking place in Ketchikan Wednesday and Thursday on the marijuana, minimum wage and Bristol Bay mine ballot propositions. Initiatives… more
Ross Fewing, director of ethics at PeaceHealth’s St. Joseph’s Medical Center in Bellingham, speaks about his job and visit to Ketchikan. PHKMC… more
Wendy Miles speaks about upcoming educational workshops for students and the general public, along with other events. UAS091714
Ann Froeschle and Anita Maxwell give a wrap up on the gallery season. The museums are open and always free to locals.
Biz Robbins, author of “Life Jacket: A Memoir of a Float Camp Teacher,” speaks about the joys and challenges she faced living and teaching in remote areas of Southeast Alaska. Robbins… more
Jessica Clark speaks about classes for parents with young children – “Infant Massage” and “Positive Solutions For Parents” and grant opportunities for daycare providers. EarlyChildhood… more
Anna Marie Mestes speaks about changes to the Visitor’s Guide and upcoming meetings and conventions. KVB091014… more