Kathy Bolling from the UAS library talks about the this month’s ask UAS, a whodunnit to be played out on stage by UAS faculty and staff.
10.29 Ask UAS The event is October 29, 6:30 PM at the UAS Ketchikan Library, … more
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UPDATE: KRBD will also broadcast the keynote speech by Delores Churchill and Donald Varnell. They are scheduled to speak at 10:00 am, though the time is approximate.
A former Olympic gold medalist in Women’s Rifle, Pitney said she expects to be a target -- for criticism – as she travels around the state providing information about Alaska’s budget crunch and the options for the state to overcome that crunch.
Three positions are open on the Ketchikan School Board, each with a three year term. The five candidates running are Conan Steele, Matt Tibbles, Misty Archibald, Matt Eisenhower and Alma Manabat Parker.
A large part of Wednesday night’s Ketchikan School Board meeting focused on the athletic director job description. Superintendent Robert Boyle previously suggested using the retirement of current Athletic Director Ed Klein as an opportunity to restructure the position.
Sea otters have the thickest fur of any mammal, which makes it a valuable commodity. But there are strict regulations surrounding how to market that fur.
School starts Wednesday, but some activities such as football, volleyball, cross country, swimming, dance and cheer leading are already in full swing. The Ketchikan School Board will vote Wednesday on a travel budget for the football team, as well as review the Board’s goals for the upcoming year.
Rachelle Waterman was 16 when her two boyfriends beat her mother to death and framed the murder to look like a car wreck. Over ten years later, Waterman's trials end with an order to check in at Lemon Creek Correctional Center by the end of the month.