The pedestrian bridge leading to Creek Street was closed because of flooding at high tide Tuesday.
Buckets of rain blew into Ketchikan Tuesday and Wednesday, leading to power outages, overflowing creeks, flooded streets and evacuations.
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Doctor Gary Schoenrock is now visiting Ketchikan monthly. He speaks about his 37 years as a urologist and how technology and treatment have changed over the years. Schoenrock… more
The Ketchikan Gateway Borough Assembly heard a presentation Monday night from Animal Protection Director Eddie Blackwood, who detailed how his department is responding to a critical analysis of the borough’s animal protection services.
The banquet is a feel-good evening full of kudos for people who have worked hard to make Ketchikan a better place to live.
Could the firing of three top state transportation officials put the Alaska Marine Highway at risk? That’s what some ferry supporters are asking.
An inmate at the Ketchikan Correctional Center who was facing felony sex abuse charges died Saturday at Alaska Regional Hospital after apparently hanging himself with his bed sheet late Thursday morning.
Borough Mayor David Landis says that while the state is struggling with drastically reduced revenue from freefalling oil prices, the borough is in good financial shape, and should be able to weather the storm for a while.
Animal Protection Director Eddie Blackwood will talk about an analysis of the department. That analysis found deficiencies in customer service, public relations and general outreach efforts.
House District 36 Rep.-elect Dan Ortiz has joined Anchorage Rep. Les Gara to pre-file a bill that would lower the state’s student loan rate.
Ketchikan City Council members expressed reluctance Thursday to take on the full responsibility of fixing a failing sea wall at Thomas Basin, but agreed to let the city facilitate meetings with the various property owners along that stretch of shore, in hopes of finding consensus on how to move the project forward.