A long-awaited land selection agreement for Sealaska Corp. is among a package of public land bills that are now slated to move quickly through Congress. A deal to attach the package to the must-pass defense bill was announced early Wednesday morning.
Wastewater and harbor rates will increase next year; and, at this point, the city plans to resume Sunday hours at the Ketchikan Public Library.
A compliance order from the state Department of Environmental Conservation spells out what the City of Ketchikan is required to do over the next couple of years to address ongoing water concerns.
Delores Churchill has been reappointed to the Alaska Native Language Preservation and Advisory Council; and Tomi Marsh was appointed to the Alaska Seafood Marketing Institute Board of Directors.
Troopers report that the hunters were not able to find their way back to the road, and didn’t have the equipment needed to spend the night in the forest.
The Ketchikan Gateway Borough Assembly meets Monday,
That doesn’t mean the island communities will send in an application to the state Local Boundary Commission anytime soon – and maybe not ever.
A couple of big wind storms in early November damaged the access ramp at the Naha River trail’s boat dock. The ramp has been removed, and it's unknown when it might be repaired.
A federal grant will help expand class options for some Prince of Wales Island students.
Thanksgiving is Thursday, and in honor of the annual holiday, KRBD asked people in various locations to share what they are thankful for.