Kelly Johnson speaks about upcoming events at the Ketchikan Public Library. Library111718
Andy Donato and Michelle O’Brien of KPU offer some energy saving tips. Callers offer their suggestions too. EnergyTips… more
The Greater Ketchikan Chamber of Commerce is looking for nominees for Citizen of the Year, Business of the Year and more. Chelsea Goucher gives details about the awards and how to submit nominations. ChamberAwards… more
Gail Klein speaks about a $2.3 million grant UAS Ketchikan received and the upcoming spring semester. UAS110415… more
Earlier this month more than 40 animals, mostly small dogs, were removed from a home and taken to Ketchikan’s Pat Wise Animal Shelter. The question now is what to do with all the animals and how to care for them.
A man was medevacked to Seattle Thursday morning after driving his truck through a guard rail on the 1500 block of Water Street. The incident occurred at about 1:45 Thursday morning.
Ketchikan Deputy Chief of Police Josh Dossett says officers … more
The Ketchikan City Council Thursday night opted to postpone several decisions to allow new city council members to get familiar with issues.
Councilmember Bob Sivertsen was reelected to his seat last week. He is joined by political newcomer Janalee Gage … more
No one was injured in a kitchen fire at a South Tongass home Wednesday night. South Tongass Fire Department Chief Steve Rydeen says the department received the call just before 5:00 pm.
“During the size up we found a kitchen … more
Father Pat Travers and Tiffany Cook speak about Holy Name School and the Alaska Day Auction on October 17th. HolyName… more
Anita Maxwell speaks about classes and the upcoming exhibit “Then and Now.” Hayley Chambers shares her experiences attending the Museums Alaska Conference. Museum101415… more