The clatter of high heels and camera flashes welcomed guests to the Ketchikan Chamber of Commerce’s Celebration of the Stars.
Ketchikan’s largest elementary school has about 350 students. It is also the only school in the district without a designated pick-up and drop-off driveway loop. But, that may change.
It is natural at the close of each year that we look back and think of how we want to improve ourselves and our world. KRBD’s Ruth Eddy went to The Plaza mall to hear some Ketchikanites’ 2016 New Year’s resolutions.
A small grey building on Baranof Avenue, next to Revilla Alternative School, has been transformed. The building, which was once a storage shed, has a fresh coat of paint and is now an educational center for at-risk kids who need a little extra help.
The Ketchikan School Board will vote on the purchase of a snowplow and security system Wednesday during its last meeting of 2015.
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Ketchikan’s Christmas Boat Parade starts at 4 pm Sunday the 20th. Dave Owings gives some details and encourages boat owners to participate.BoatParade… more
A Ketchikan High School senior has been chosen as one of two delegates representing Alaska in the U.S. Senate Youth Program.
Bobbie McCreary talks about how in ten years Ketchikan Youth Initiatives has grown beyond a paint ball club.
Friday December 4th at 7 p.m. KYI will be celebrating it’s anniversary with an open house with food and music.… more
A Tlingit totem pole has returned to Prince of Wales Island after a more than 5,000-mile odyssey to Hollywood, Honolulu, and back home.
At the Annual KRBD Board of Director’s meeting on Saturday night we welcomed returning board members Sheila Miller and Ken Montero, and new board members Vicki O’Brien and Kim Simpson. We are grateful to the community members who threw their hats … more