Change was the theme of the Alaska Marine Highway System presentation during Day 1 of Southeast Conference’s annual fall meeting in Prince Rupert, British Columbia.
Some Ketchikan city voters received post cards in the mail this week, informing them of a change in their polling place.
Ketchikan Precinct 1, which was formerly at Schoenbar Middle School, is now located at the Gateway Recreation Center. Borough … more
Three positions are open on the Ketchikan School Board, each with a three year term. The five candidates running are Conan Steele, Matt Tibbles, Misty Archibald, Matt Eisenhower and Alma Manabat Parker.
Six conservation groups on Monday petitioned for an emergency Endangered Species Act listing for the Alexander Archipelago wolf.
There was a bomb scare last week at the Hollis ferry terminal, prompting a building evacuation and causing the InterIsland Ferry Authority’s ferry to turn around and head back to Ketchikan. All for a broken alarm clock.
There are seven people running for Ketchikan City Council. They are Sam Bergeron, Spencer Strassburg, Janalee Gage, Julie Isom, Chuck Slagle, Bob Sivertsen and George Lybrand.
Dancer Tika Hoop performed at three grocery stores during the noon hour on Wednesday, confusing a few people who just wanted their groceries, and delighting others.
A large part of Wednesday night’s Ketchikan School Board meeting focused on the athletic director job description. Superintendent Robert Boyle previously suggested using the retirement of current Athletic Director Ed Klein as an opportunity to restructure the position.
Hydaburg is making big changes, hoping to boost their local economy and support their way of life through tourism.