For the first time in about six years, Ketchikan residents were able to donate blood. Vigor Industrial staff helped coordinate the two-and-a-half-day event that saw about 100 donors.
The Ketchikan Public Library offers a variety of programs for all ages, but one of the most popular is Story Time, held each Thursday. The event is for preschoolers and features songs, movement, books and crafts.
Wendy Miles speaks about summer registration, a summer welding class, opportunities for marine engineers and more. UAS050416… more
Two women working at the Little Village Learning Center in Ketchikan recently received their Child Development Associate Credentials. Lindsey Arnette and Betty Csech each spent about four to six months completing the program.
Kate Helfrich, JoBeth Shimek and Jennifer Bergen are the newest nurses to join the Ketchikan Public Health Center. They give details about their careers and thoughts about public health. PublicHealth… more
Tatsuda’s grocery is celebrating its 100th anniversary in April. At a recent Chamber of Commerce lunch, Bill Tatsuda told the story of how the business began and was able to survive through hardships and changing times.
Blood Bank of Alaska will be in Ketchikan May 4th through 6th for a blood drive. If interested in signing up to donate, call Blood Bank of Alaska at 907-222-5630 to reserve a time slot.
Ketchikan Visitors Bureau President and CEO, Patti Mackey, talks about the upcoming season, opportunties for businesses and “Tourist for a Day.” KVB… more
No one was injured Wednesday night after a mobile home caught fire in the Mary Jackson subdivision of Klawock. The blaze was reported just after 11:00 pm.
The Ketchikan City Council approved a fifty-percent schematic design and cost estimate for the Centennial Building gallery expansion and renovation project. It also voted to protest a license for First City Saloon.