Gail Klein speaks about the diversity of UAS Ketchikan students. UAS082014
The latest Job Service Report from the Ketchikan Job Center. Jobs082014… more
Victoria Merritt with the Craig Parks and Recreation report for August 15th CraigPR081514… more
Elizabeth Nelson speaks about “Les Miserables” auditions. Kathleen Light and Marni Ricklemann speak about the Basic Arts Institute that took place the past two weeks, and about events happening this weekend. Arts081414… more
Anna Marie Mestes speaks about the economic impacts of meetings and conventions. Linda Koons Auger gives details on an “On-Farm Food Safety Workshop” taking place August 21st. KVB081314… more
Lisa Pearson speaks about ephemera at the library.
Lisa Scarborough of the Ketchikan Wellness Coalition speaks about a classroom game that teaches kids about money management, and the upcoming “Back to School Roundup!” for youth and families. KWC080614… more
Information on the medical center expansion, the “No One Dies Alone” program, and volunteer opportunities with CEO Ken Tonjes, Chaplain Sister Arnedene and Community Relations Specialist Marty West. PHKMC… more
Ann Froeschle and Anita Maxwell give a wrap up on the gallery season. The museums are open and always free to locals.
Representatives from the Ketchikan Indian Community’s program to educate the public about fetal alcohol syndrome came on Morning Edition to discuss symptoms, preventative measures and other information.