Members of the Local Emergency Planning Committee talk about emergency preparedness during a call-in show. EmergencyPrep… more
Steve Nelson of the Association of Alaska School Boards speaks about e-commerce and e-publishing workshops being held in Klawock September 29th and 30th. TechWorkshop… more
Leslie Swada and Colleen Farrell speak about “National Public Lands Day” and events and volunteer opportunities coming up this weekend. PublicLands… more
Emergency responders, hospital workers and others will participate in an emergency drill Saturday morning at the Ketchikan International Airport. Volunteers are still needed.
Victoria Lord of Girls Scouts Alaska speaks about the program, volunteer opportunities, and the current membership drive. GirlScouts… more
He is information about the "All Hazards Emergency Warning System." Be prepared to hear weekly tests and plan for what to do in the event of a real emergency.
Lt. Governor Mead Treadwell provides information on hearings taking place in Ketchikan Wednesday and Thursday on the marijuana, minimum wage and Bristol Bay mine ballot propositions. Initiatives… more
Biz Robbins, author of “Life Jacket: A Memoir of a Float Camp Teacher,” speaks about the joys and challenges she faced living and teaching in remote areas of Southeast Alaska. Robbins… more
Jessica Clark speaks about classes for parents with young children – “Infant Massage” and “Positive Solutions For Parents” and grant opportunities for daycare providers. EarlyChildhood… more
The Southeast Alaska Women's Summit is October 4th in Ketchikan. Chelsea Goucher and Aftan Lynch give more details about the event, designed to bring empowerment and opportunities to women.