Ketchikan resident Sabra Simmonds spent almost two years living and working in Afghanistan. She recently made a presentation at the Ketchikan Public Library about her life in the Middle East. In the first part of a series, we look at day-to-day life.
Two teens were injured, but not seriously, in a single vehicle accident on Prince of Wales Island Saturday afternoon.
Three organizations have entered into a partnership to provide enhanced and expanded Northwest Coast art programs and opportunities for Alaska students.
The UAS fisheries program got a boost recently. The family of Robert E. Henderson created a $375,000 endowment that will provide scholarships and research experiences for students studying mariculture or fisheries.
Mygina McAboy, an independent living specialist with RYC, talks about the facility, services available to teens and their families, and a program to help prepare teens in RYC for the workforce.
The US Forest Service has identified three areas on Revilla Island that will be open for family Christmas tree cutting November 24th through December 24th.
Cameo McRoberts and Lindsey Johnson give some tips on cooking a turkey and ideas for vegetables and side dishes during a call-in show. cooking… more
Ketchikan Youth Initiatives has completed Phase One of the Youth Community Center. The organization is working to have substantial completion of the building done by the end of December in order to receive grant funding.
Marti Buscaglia, executive director of the Alaska State Commison for Human Rights, talks about the commission’s mission and her visit to Ketchikan.
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.