The Ketchikan Gateway Borough may hire a local logging company to selectively harvest some of its Gravina Island property.
The Ketchikan School Board Wednesday night discussed whether to continue participation on the Assembly / School Board Liaison Committee.
Celebration is one of the largest gatherings of Southeast Alaska Native people, with four days of traditional song and dance, food, arts and crafts, regalia and more. A canoe from Ketchikan arrived Wednesday.
Ketchikan’s 3rd Annual Pride Picnic took place last June 3rd. The event brings together friends, family and strangers to celebrate diversity and equality; and LGBT people.
Anita Maxwell speaks about a visit by conservator Andrew Todd and introduced the museum’s new Curator of Exhibits, Steven Villano. Museum060816… more
A 19-year-old woman was injured after falling approximately 80 feet down a steep slope on Brown Mountain. The woman was hiking with two friends when the accident happened at about noon Monday (June 6th). Jerry Kiffer is with the Ketchikan … more
Lisa Gowdy with the State of Alaska Office of the Long Term Care Ombudsman taks about the rights of seniors in long-term care facilities and volunteer opportunities.
Derby Coordinator Michael Briggs speaks about the first two weeks of the derby, prize categories and more. There’s still time to fish in the derby. derby… more
Misty Pattison caught a monster of a king salmon Sunday. The 48.6-pound fish is now the leader in the Ketchikan King Salmon Derby.
Ketchikan artist Evon Zerbetz has an art-glass piece installed in the new State Library, Archives and Museum building. The building’s grand opening is June 6th. Zerbetz speaks about exploring a new medium. Zerbetz… more