Jerry Kiffer and Kara Lunde of the Ketchikan Volunteer Rescue Squad talk about the group and the SPOT locator beacon program.
Author Michael Ditton speaks about his life and book, "Dreams, Goals and Adventures," and how he went from broke to semi-retired in ten years.
Patrick Troll and Alejandro Chavarria of the band “Amish Robots” speak about their music and a performance Saturday night.
Karla Gelhar and Aubree Kline share their experiences as breastfeeding moms. They also speak about about a mom and baby-friendly rest area at the Blueberry Arts Festival. Jessica Mills Clark speaks about the “Watch Me Grow” program.
Ketchikan Theatre Ballet brought dancer, teacher and choreographer Bill Evans to town for workshops. Evans speaks about his background and technique, classses, and upcoming performances at Gigglefeet.
Samia Savell and Will Murray of the USDA Natural Resources Conservation Service give details about the high tunnel cost share program.
Some of the original cast of Ketchikan's original musical melodrama, "The Fish Pirate's Daughter" are in town for the play's 50th anniversary.
Life-sized sculptures on Dave Rubin’s The Rock appear to be watching the fireworks show late on the Fourth of July. (KRBD file photo)
Ketchikan Chamber of Commerce Director Julie Isom and Ketchikan Downtown Steering Committee chair Susan Peters give a … more
Last year’s winners: Al Hughes, Matt Steverson and Graeme Esarey. (KRBD File Photo)
Jake Beattie, co-founder of the Race to Alaska, gives an update on the second annual 750-mile boat race from Port Townsend, Wash., to Ketchikan. The first-place team … more
A Ketchikan team will compete in this year's Race to Alaska. The 750-mile event for human and wind-powered watercraft starts in Port Townsend, Wash., and ends in Ketchikan.