A peaceful gathering took place Monday afternoon in Saxman in support of the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe and to protest the Dakota Access Pipeline. But speakers expressed concerns beyond what is happening in North Dakota.
Ketchikan Gateway Borough Mayor David Landis is running unopposed for re-election. He joined candidates for Borough Assembly during last week’s Chamber of Commerce candidate forum, answering questions submitted by audience members.
Despite reservations from some Assembly members, a resolution calling for the formation of a home-rule charter committee was approved Monday by the Ketchikan Gateway Borough Assembly.
A California man rowed his converted kayak up the Inside Passage from Bellingham, Wash., to Ketchikan, raising awareness and funds for multiple myeloma, a cancer of the blood that affects his family in a deeply personal way.
Alaska State Troopers are looking for the driver of a light blue or gray Chevrolet pickup truck that reportedly damaged property near the Pond Reef fuel station along North Tongass Highway.
Two Ketchikan Gateway Borough Assembly members hope to kickstart a process to develop a home-rule charter for the borough.
Citing health concerns, Ketchikan City Council Member KJ Harris resigned his seat Friday morning.
Ketchikan Youth Initiatives had a Sunday-Funday event at the Woodsball Paintball Course September 11. Novice and veteran players participated in a clinic with a former professional paintballer.
No more than two retail marijuana stores will be allowed within city limits following Thursday’s vote by the Ketchikan City Council.
A 31-year-old Ketchikan man faces multiple felony drug charges for allegedly accepting a mailed package containing illegal prescription medication, and possessing heroin and methamphetamine.