Some Alaska tribal organizations say Aug. 4’s dam break at a British Columbia mine shows what could happen at proposed near-border mines. But some B.C. tribal governments strongly support development.
Sen. Lisa Murkowski visited Ketchikan on Friday, part of her summer recess tour around the state.
Competition for Ketchikan City Council seats heated up last week as two more candidates filed for election, and a seasoned assembly member puts in his name for a fourth term.
Heavy rain over the weekend led to a boil-water notice on Sunday for residents of Klawock. The Prince of Wales Island community was able to get its water disinfection back to acceptable levels, though, and the notice was canceled Monday morning.
Alethea Johnson shares some of her tips on container gardening during a call-in show.
Metlakatla residents celebrated their town’s 127th birthday on Thursday with the annual Founders’ Day festivities.
Ketchikan Police shot and killed a black bear at the 200 block of Carlanna Lake Road Friday morning.
Democratic candidate for Governor Byron Mallott says he wants to see more citizen involvement in the state government's decision-making process.
The British Columbia Environment Ministry says water that poured out of a massive mine-tailings pond Aug. 4 appears to be safe
Following about an hour of public comment on the topic Thursday, the Ketchikan City Council directed management to talk with various interested parties to find a solution to the Performing Arts Center’s desire for a fully accessible entrance.