Author Archives: KRBD Staff

UAS Ketchikan Report

Barbara Morgan speaks about Fisheries Technician classes and Gail Klein gives some reminders about holiday closures and the spring semester.  UAS112614

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Job Service Report

The latest Job Service Report from the Ketchikan Job Center.  Jobs112614

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What pet owners should know during trapping season

Trapping season starts December 1st. Listen to find out what you need to know. Click on the title above for a link to a helpful guide.

Library Report

Lisa Pearson speaks about ephemera at the library.

Shock returns to Ketchikan to perform Nutcracker

Shock_NutcrackerOliver Shock will perform the role of The Prince in KTB's production of "The Nutcracker."

Arts Report

The Winter Arts Fair is coming up Thanksgiving weekend.  There are dances, performances, concerts and more.  First City Players is also having auditions.  Arts112014

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360 North TV covering homelessness forum

Casey Kelly of KTOO radio and 360 North television in Juneau speaks about two events in Ketchikan that will be taped and aired – The Alaska Supreme Court hearing on State of Alaska v. Central Council of Tlingit and Haida … more

Filmaker brings sci-fi comedy to Ketchikan

Writer, producer and director Anton Doiron is bringing his low-budget, sci-fi buddy movie “Space Trucker Bruce” to Ketchikan.  Doiron grew up in Ketchikan, and decided to have a showing in the First City.  SpaceTruckermore

Museum Report

Ann Froeschle and Anita Maxwell give a wrap up on the gallery season. The museums are open and always free to locals.

Wilderness Act celebrates 50th anniversary

In honor of the Wilderness Act, lobbyist and historian Doug Scott will make a presentation at the Southeast Alaska Discovery Center, November 7th.  He speaks about himself, his work and his hope for the future. Wildernessmore