U.S. Senator Lisa Murkowski, through her assignment on the Appropriations Committee, is charged with writing a bill that funds the Interior Department and a wide swath of the federal government. The committee passed her bill today, but a Democratic leader says it’s unlikely to see the full Senate.
Hospital officials hope that the building’s new multi-million-dollar addition will help them attract good employees and keep them. And keeping those employees makes a difference to the service provided.
Sen. Lisa Murkowski and Congressman Don Young are working on separate bills to block a change in management of the Tongass National Forest.
The organization that sells hydro-electric power to Ketchikan, Wrangell and Petersburg finds itself in an unusual situation this year – plenty of electricity to sell and a decreasing demand from customers.
The Ketchikan City Council on Thursday will discuss plans to fix the city’s Berth 3, which was severely damaged on June 3rd when the cruise ship Infinity hit the downtown dock.
Three Ketchikan men were arrested Monday after local law enforcement allegedly found them in possession of an estimated $100,000 worth of methamphetamine.
David R. Boxley won Best of Show and Best of Formline for his painting on a deer-hide drum. Other Metlakatla and Ketchikan artists, adult and youth, won prizes in Sealaska Heritage Institute's juried art show.
University of Alaska Southeast Ketchikan Campus has announced which students earned spots on the UAS Chancellor’s and Dean’s lists for the spring 2016 semester.
A multi-million dollar project to increase hydro-electric lake storage for three Southeast Alaska communities is under way this month. Southeast Alaska Power Agency Board members heard this month that the start of the project was threatened by high lake levels this spring.
Two drivers were injured and flown to Seattle for treatment following an accident Saturday on Salt Road on Prince of Wales Island.