Author Archives: Maria Dudzak

Phytoplankton and beach foods

Barbara Morgan explains the cause of the unusual green color of local waters and talks about an upcoming class on foods available from the beach.

Caring for your garden in hot weather

Master gardener Lee Skidmore offers advice on how to take care of your garden during our heat wave. Gardening0715more

Museum Report

Ann Froeschle talks about the Totem Heritage center’s recent acquisition and Anita Maxwell invites you to participate in the fall exhibit, Then & Now. Museum070815more

KRBD schedule changes and call-in show

You can hear our call-in show where listeners share their views on program changes. We welcome your comments.

Totem pole conservation

State Museum Conservator Ellen Carlee is in Ketchikan examining totem poles at the Totem Heritage Center. She explains the survey process and conservation efforts.

Understanding grief

Counselor Jan Lighthill speaks about the process of grief and how everyone grieves differently. Members of local bereavement support groups share their experiences and advice.

Funding available for “high tunnels”

nrcs.usda.govSamia Savell of the USDA Natural Resource Conservation Service speaks about funding available to help pay for "high tunnels" often called hoop houses.

Revilla graduates honored

Revilla Class of 2015Hundreds of friends, family members and educators packed the Ted Ferry Civic Center Wednesday night to honor Revilla Alternative High School Graduates.

Council approves legal services, okays Fight Club request

CityofKetchikanThe Ketchikan City Council on Thursday night moved quickly through its main agenda. The city then entered into executive session to discuss matters related to the sale of the Ketchikan Public Utilities Telecommunications Division.

Stedman discusses compromise and impasse

Senator Bert StedmanRepublican Senator Bert Stedman says the State Senate will likely agree to budget additions submitted by the Alaska House as a conference committee continues to grapple with budget negotiations. But legislators still remain at an impasse and likely will not reach an agreement soon.