Paul Magid, Keith Smith and Anne Gavzer speak about an event coming in June. The New Old-Time Chautauqua brings music, performance and education, plus a vaudeville show. Locals are invited to participate. Chautauqua… more
Kelli Moorehead of the Alzheimer’s Association is leading a teleconference on Alzheimer’s in Alaska at noon on Tuesday, May 19th. She gives details and provides information on how you can participate. Alzheimers
To register or for more information, call 1-800-272-3900 … more
Emily Chapel of the Ketchikan Wellness Coalition and Katie Parrot of Residential Youth Care speak about the importance of taking care of your well-being and mental health, no matter who you are. They also discuss the stigmas and the importance … more
Lee Skidmore speaks about caring for bulbs – both those you may have received as a gift and those planted outside – planting nursery plant, and slug patrol. She also answers listeners’ questions. Gardening051115… more
Shawn Blumenshine and Paul Hackenmueller speak about Haa Aani's "Path to Prosperity" competition - an opportunity for new businesses or those reinventing themselves to receive up to $40,000 in consulting and technical services.
KRBD programming will be changing due to state budget cuts. General Manager Deb Turnbull and Program Director Maria Dudzak explain where things are at and possible changes.
Patti Mackey of the Ketchikan Visitors Bureau gives some details about the cruise ship season, independent traveler numbers, and upcoming “Tourist For A Day” specials. TouristSeason… more
Author Heather Lende's new book, "Find the Good: Unexpected Life Lessons from a Small-Town Obituary Writer," shares positive life lessons.
A call-in show about the problem of homelessness in Ketchikan, services available and what Love in Action, First City Homeless Day Shelter, PATH and other groups are trying to do to help.
Bob Fultz of DEC and Alex Pace and Jeremiah Leos of the US Coast Guard speak about the problem of leaking oil tanks and other spills that pollute the ocean. Residents are encouraged to check for leaks, report spills and … more