Kelly Johnson speaks about the teen game night, and Lisa Pearson speaks about a special program about daily life in Afghanistan by a Ketchikanite who lived and worked there.
United Way of Southeast Alaska is in the midst of its 2016 annual giving campaign. Representatives from the organization were at the Chamber of Commerce lunch in Ketchikan last week to speak about the campaign, and services provided by United Way.
Captain Shannan Greene speaks about marine safetly bulletins and the “Kids Don’t Float” program.
Keith Smith of Southeast Alaska Independent Living speaks about the mission of SAIL and the services it offers. He also talks about the annual auction.
In addition to casting their ballots for state and national races, Metlakatla voters elected six council members Tuesday.
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Professor John Radzilowski speaks about the next ASK UAS presentation, “Women in Combat: History and Psychology, past and present.”
Gail Klein speaks of services offered by UAS Ketchikan state-wide.
The U.S. Department of Veteran Affairs renewed a transportation grant to the State of Alaska. Effective November 1st, the Inter-Island Ferry Authority is authorized to issue free passenger and vehicle ticketing to qualified Veterans traveling for healthcare needs.
With a new school year under way, Ketchikan students in grades 10 to 12 are invited to join the National Arts Honor Society. NAHS not only provides art fellowship and community service, but scholarship opportunities.
On Friday, the Alaska Marijuana Control Board approved applications for two marijuana licenses in the Ketchikan area - JWS Enterprises and Cannabis Corner.