Public Works Director Mark Hilson and assistant director Seth Brakke let residents know how they can help street crews and their neighbors in snowy and icy weather. StreetMaint… more
The City of Ketchikan wants to educate residents about being careful about what they put into the sewer system. Charles Mackey discusses some of the dos and don’ts to protect your home sewer system as well as the municipal system. Wastewater1716… more
Tom Schultz and Mike Cessnun from the Ketchikan Community Foundation give details about an opportunity for non-profits to apply for up to $10,000 in grant funding. FoundationGrants… more
Ruth Ann’s restaurant, a Craig landmark, burned down early Thursday morning. The fire was first reported at about 2:40 am. Fire personnel responded within minutes and found the building completely engulfed in flames.
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Ketchikan’s Christmas Boat Parade starts at 4 pm Sunday the 20th. Dave Owings gives some details and encourages boat owners to participate.BoatParade… more
Rotary District Governor Brad Gamble is in Ketchikan. He’s been learning about Ketchikan area projects and visiting rotarians. Rosie Roppel and Michelle O’Brien share information about the local clubs. Rotary… more
ASK UAS presents “The Universe Conspires: Part 2,” a conversation with Dave Rubin, facilitated by Chuck Slagle. Kathleen Wiechelman and Kathy Bolling also joined in on this morning’s conversation. UAS_RubinSlagle… more
Ketchikan Gateway Borough Mayor David Landis has been hired as the new general manager of the Southern Southeast Alaska Regional Aquaculture Association.
April Franklin, a private consultate and trainer, will hold a workshop "Discussing Addictions in Our Community." She will share her own experiences and offer ideas on overcoming challenges.
The Department of Transportation is seeking input on how to deal with a dwindling budget and imminent cuts to the Alaska Marine Highway System. A meeting was held in Ketchikan Wednesday afternoon to gather input from residents of the First City.