There was a big stink in Ketchikan Wednesday.
Local resident Lee Wallace testified today in Washington, D.C., during a hearing in front of the House Subcommittee on Indian, Insular and Alaska Native Affairs.
Ketchikan's own quirky, campy melodrama is back: The Fish Pirates Daughter. With one weekend left to see this year's production, KRBD looks into its history and what makes it so unique.
The work session was delayed from last month, to allow a full Council to be present. The Council will discuss policy, and give direction to city management for drafting next year’s spending plan.
District 36 Representative Dan Ortiz is seeking input from constituents as he looks ahead to the next legislative session this winter. Ortiz discusses the special session, the state’s fiscal crisis and issues facing Southeast.
British Columbia officials say Pacific Booker Minerals has not proved it can keep toxic water out of nearby waterways. The developer says it has.
The Ketchikan Gateway Borough Assembly postponed action Monday on a proposed change to how the borough funds education until after the October municipal election.
Sitar-playing, philosphy-teaching, Sanskrit-writing yogi, Ram Vakalanka came to Ketchikan recently to teach and share his music. KRBD went to his Sitar concert to find out more.
The draft transportation plan was released last week, and a series of public meetings in the Southcoast region kicks off next Monday, July 27, in Ketchikan.
It’s not an action item, but a proposal to change the way the Ketchikan Gateway Borough uses discretionary money to help fund education will be discussed during the Assembly’s Monday meeting.