Author Archives: Maria Dudzak

Bifoss explores new style with portrait exhibit

Artist Lance Bifoss speaks about his exhibit, “Local Color: People and Places of Ketchikan,” on display at the Main Street Gallery March 6-27.  Bifossmore

“One Poem a Day” coming in April

PoetryAttention poetry fans...KRBD once again brings you "One Poem A Day Won't Kill You" in April. If you are interested in reading a poem you wrote, or one in the public domain, contact us.

Drugs in Ketchikan

Ketchikan Police Chief Alan Bengaard and Detective Mike Purcell speak about illegal drugs in Ketchikan and the unknowns regarding legalization of marijuana. DrugProbsmore

Job Service Report

The job service report is on hold for a while.  You can find out about job opportunities by going to www.jobs.state.ak.usmore

KAR House to reopen

The substance abuse treatment facility KAR House is set to reopen soon. Joel Jackson with AKEELA Gateway Center for Human Services speaks about the facility and how it operates. There is an open house on Friday, March 6th, from 3:00 … more

Learn more about the State Parks Advisory Board

Teri Hoyt and Megan Dorman of the State Parks Advisory Board in Ketchikan explain what the board does, projects they’ve achieved or are working on, provide information about the local state parks and invite the community to a chili cook … more

Senior dance company member shares experiences

Katie Dossett was 6 years old when she joined Ketchikan Theatre Ballet.  She speaks about her 12-year experience with KTB , her role in “An Evening of Dance,” and plans for the future.  KatieDossettmore

Run / Walk group seeks to inspire others

Bill Elberson provides information on a running and walking group that meets each Saturday at noon at the Gateway Recreation Center.  Elberson says the goal is to help people of all levels stay motivated and make a plan for success.  … more

Breaking bad habits

Photo credit: sthuberts.org

Photo credit: sthuberts.org

Danelle Landis offers advice on breaking your dog’s unwanted behaviors such as barking, chewing things and jumping on people. Also advice on how to handle encounters with other people’s dogs.  BreakingHabitsmore

Willie Smith receives meritorious service award

Forest Service employee and KRBD volunteer Willie Smith has been named the 2014 winner of the Meritorious Service Award for Interpretive Support from the Tongass National Forest.

http://www.krbd.org/wp-content/uploads/2015/01/28Smith.mp3

The Meritorious Service Award is given to an employee who provides outstanding … more