Steve Kinney daughter Chandra Oshima preview the Ketchikan Community Chorus’ winter concert. The concert will be at the Presbyterian Church on December 5th at 7 p.m. and December 6th at 3 p.m. The concert will be in two parts winter and … more
Terrance Robbins speaks about the Ketchikan Wellness Coalition’s executive direcotr stepping down, potential marijuana tax revnue and other related statistics. 11.25Wellness… more
Matt Peebles from the Ketchikan Tool Library talks about building a collection of tools and what the future holds for the only tool library in Alaska.
President of the the Alaska Travel Industry Association Sarah Leonard talks about the the organizations stance issues of concern to the industry including daylight savings time, AMHS schedules and on government relations. Preliminary numbers from the 2015 season suggest about … more
Ph.D. student Ross Coen is in Ketchikan for a fellowship with the Tongass Historical Museum. While in town he’s making a presentation about the history of salmon canneries Friday night. SalmonCanneries… more
Teague Whalen speaks about his Individual Artist Award from the Rasmuson Foundation. He is giving a presentation Wednesday night about the recording project it funded. This is part of the ASK UAS discussion series. TeagueWhalen… more
Andy Donato and Michelle O’Brien of KPU offer some energy saving tips. Callers offer their suggestions too. EnergyTips… more
The Greater Ketchikan Chamber of Commerce is looking for nominees for Citizen of the Year, Business of the Year and more. Chelsea Goucher gives details about the awards and how to submit nominations. ChamberAwards… more
Kathy Bolling from the UAS library talks about the this month’s ask UAS, a whodunnit to be played out on stage by UAS faculty and staff.
10.29 Ask UAS The event is October 29, 6:30 PM at the UAS Ketchikan Library, … more
Brooke Ratzat and her son Tosh talk about cleaning up their home beach and starting Coast Busters to get more people involved.