A Saxman man faces multiple charges for an alleged domestic violence assault yesterday.
A Ketchikan man faces felony robbery and assault charges after allegedly threatening a man with two-by-fours.
Legislation changing high school graduation exam requirements goes into effect this year. The new requirements mean more state-funded testing opportunities for high school seniors. The change qualified three dozen former Ketchikan students to receive retroactive diplomas.
Two Ketchikan Gateway Borough Assembly members have introduced an ordinance that would add a prayer to every regular Borough Assembly meeting.
The Ketchikan City Council also declared a public emergency so the city could expedite replacement of some water treatment equipment, learned that several key employees have resigned, and said farewell to longtime Council Member Marty West.
The Forest Service has awarded a contract to log two-thirds of a controversial Southeast Alaska timber sale. Officials say it’s the first of several contracts for an area called Big Thorne.
About 250 people crowded into Ketchikan’s Ted Ferry Civic Center to hear what Libertarian Care Clift, Republican incumbent Sean Parnell and independent Bill Walker had to say.
A Ketchikan woman faces multiple felony charges after allegedly clearing out a dead man’s bank accounts this summer.
The Ketchikan City Council meets Thursday, and one of the items on the agenda are two motions related to the transfer of the city-owned Deer Mountain Hatchery to the Southern Southeast Regional Aquaculture Association, or SSRAA.
Three candidates for Alaska governor, independent Bill Walker, Libertarian Care Clift and Republican incumbent Gov. Sean Parnell, participated in a debate Wednesday in Ketchikan. Click here to listen to the entire event.