Keith Smith of SAIL provides information on resources and services the organization has for those with disabilities of all types.
Southeast Conference’s five-year Economic Development Strategy is being revised. The entity is the State of Alaska’s economic development organization for Southeast Alaska.
Senator Bert Stedman says Ketchikan is poised for economic development and seems confident both the economy and population will grow over the next decade.
Bob Siversten has filed for reelection to the Ketchikan City Council. Sivertson is vying for one of two three-year seats on the Council. The other seat up for election is currently held by DeAnn Karlson.
There is also a one-year … more
August 4th marked the 225th anniversary of the United States Coast Guard. To commemorate the day, the Ketchikan Volunteer Rescue Squad set up its communications van to broadcast from the site of a former Coast Guard high-frequency radio station.
Traffic was delayed on Stedman Street and South Tongass Highway for more than an hour today, when a vehicle slid across the road and broke down a walkway railing adjacent to Trident Seafoods.
Soil Scientist Patti Krosse shares her knowledge on what you can do with the soils you have in your yard and how you can improve them. She also provides some gardening advice. Soils… more
Wendy Miles speaks about fall classes including Spanish, welding and nursing. UAS080515… more
There are support groups and information available to breastfeeding moms in Ketchikan. Several involved with groups are raising awareness about the benefits of breastfeeding and holding an event August 1st to kick off of World Breastfeeding Week. Breastfeeding… more
Victoria Lord of Southeast Girl Scouts speaks about a day camp in Ketchikan beginning August 3rd. All girls kindergarten through middle school are welcome. Scholarships are available. GirlScoutCamp… more