The Ketchikan City Council agreed unanimously Monday to support Akeela-Gateway’s application for a state grant to develop a sobering center at Ketchikan’s former state-run juvenile detention center.
The language states that the Ketchikan Gateway Borough doesn’t endorse or condone activities prohibited by federal law. Additional language states that the 10th Amendment to the U.S. Constitution means the federal government shouldn't regulate marijuana to begin with.
The US Forest Service has identified three areas on Revilla Island that will be open for family Christmas tree cutting November 24th through December 24th.
The ferry isn’t done. Not by a long shot. But this is an important moment for the shipyard, which received the $100-million state contract to build two Alaska Class ferries in fall of 2014.
Cameo McRoberts and Lindsey Johnson give some tips on cooking a turkey and ideas for vegetables and side dishes during a call-in show. cooking… more
Nobody was injured when a Dodge pickup truck slid into an embankment Saturday morning at about mile 17 North Tongass Highway.
The resolution urges the Alaska Department of Health and Social Services to approve a three-year grant to Akeela Gateway to start the center, which would be located at the former Ketchikan Regional Youth Facility, a state juvenile detention center that recently closed due to budget cuts.
Ketchikan Youth Initiatives has completed Phase One of the Youth Community Center. The organization is working to have substantial completion of the building done by the end of December in order to receive grant funding.
The Ketchikan Gateway Borough Assembly on Monday will vote on a motion that would automatically add language to all votes related to state marijuana-license application reviews.
Alaska Mental Health Trust’s board of trustees voted Thursday in Anchorage to reconsider an August decision to potentially move forward with logging Deer Mountain and a section of land above homes in Petersburg, and then the board delayed a final decision until the end of January.