The Race to Alaska is still happening, with various teams making their way from Port Townsend, Wash., to Ketchikan. But, race organizers had a party and awards ceremony at the Alaska Fish House on Saturday for the teams that blew through the finish line in the first week of the race.
Parade awards, the top-three duck race winners and skiff raffle winners have been announced.
Sealaska’s newest board member will continue to push for election and management changes. At least one long-time board member says she's willing to listen.
The coveted second-place prize of steak knives has been claimed in this year’s second annual Race to Alaska.
Three people were arrested early Thursday morning after police received a report of drug sales at a local hotel.
An ordinance that would establish a 5-percent sales tax on retail marijuana sold within the Ketchikan Gateway Borough is up for consideration by the Borough Assembly on Tuesday. The Assembly also will consider a citizen request to make Rotary Beach an off-leash area for dogs.
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.
The $10,000 top prize for the second annual Race to Alaska has been claimed by Team MAD Dog Racing.
The U.S. Forest Service moved forward Thursday with plans to transition to second-growth harvest on the Tongass National Forest within 16 years.
A 43-year-old Ketchikan woman died last night when the car she was driving rolled near Mile 5 South Tongass.