Thirteen young local residents now are qualified to practice law in Ketchikan Youth Court.
Kayhi’s Academic Decathlon team completed its first regional meet of the year in Juneau this past weekend. Ketchikan students took first place in four out of the 10 events.
Dr. Brandon Chapman speaks about his time living in the Arctic Region, and his presentation “Mapping and Participating in the Inupiaq Way of Life” taking place December 6th as part of the ASK UAS series.
The Ketchikan Marine Industry Council supports growth and expansion of Ketchikan’s marine economy. Doug Ward gave an update on KMIC at Wednesday's Chamber of Commerce luncheon.
The Ketchikan Gateway Borough is getting about $1.3 million worth of new buses for public transit, at a local cost of about $11,000.
The Ketchikan City Council agreed in a split vote Thursday to not protest two marijuana retail stores in the downtown area.
The Thorne Bay and Craig Ranger Districts want broad public input on how National Forest lands in that area will be managed for the next 10-15 years. Management activities could include timber harvest; road work; fish and wildlife habitat restoration; and recreation infrastructure.
Audrey Kistler, Piper Cooper and Luke Dossett of the Kayhi Debate, Drama and Forensic team speak about the group and upcoming competition December 9th and 10th. Judges are needed.
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People ferrying from Ketchikan to Metlakatla will soon pay double for their tickets. But the return trip will be free.
Ketchikan resident Sabra Simmonds spent the past two years living and working in Afghanistan. She spoke about what Afghanistan is really like, including preparing food and shopping.