Family and friends gathered in the Kayhi Gym Sunday to celebrate Ketchikan High School’s graduating class of 2016. The commencement speech was delivered by US Senator Lisa Murkowski.
Since 1992, volunteers with Ketchikan’s “Save the Goose” project have been working to restore a historic amphibious plane. The Grumman Goose restoration is about 85 percent complete and now those involved are trying to find a permanent home for the plane. They believe they may have found the right place.
The Ketchikan chapter of Delta Kappa Gamma honored individuals and groups in for their significant contributions to the education of Ketchikan’s youth and families.
Keith Smith of S.A.I.L (Southeast Alaska Independent Living) speaks about a personal advocacy workshop June 11th and 12th, and discusses emotional support animals. SAIL… more
Until now, local residents have been preferred for certain positions, because of their local knowledge. But they weren’t able to transition into permanent jobs with the U.S. Forest Service.
For the past 20 years, a group of Ketchikan volunteers has been working to restore one of the Ellis Airlines Grumman Goose planes, in hopes of putting it on display.
According to the Alaska State Troopers online dispatch, the accident was discovered and reported on Wednesday morning.
Superintendent Robert Boyle recognized David Boyd from the district’s maintenance department, Kayhi custodian Larry Mestas, and teachers Cheryl Elliott and Roxanne Abajian.
Alaska State Troopers are seeking information about a theft from a home near Mile 2 South Tongass Highway.
An Alaska Airlines executive gave some details during Wednesday’s Chamber of Commerce lunch about the company’s recently announced merger with Virgin Air.