Quarterly funding has been restored for Ketchikan’s Women in Safe Homes emergency shelter, but the state Council on Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault has not lifted the probation.
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The hotly debated tobacco tax has been resurrected, and will be discussed during Tuesday’s Ketchikan Gateway Borough Assembly meeting.
WISH officials say there was no warning from the state Council on Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault that there were any problems. In fact, just a few months prior, the shelter had received notice of compliance, praising the program for following regulations.
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Shm’algyack Tsimshian Language
UNIT 1: BODY PARTS
Question: What hurts? Guudack: Goadu sheepgn?
- My head hurts. 1. Sheepga dmggawshu. Shm_1_Head
- My hand hurts. 2. Sheepga onanu. Shm_1_Hand
- My nose hurts.
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Xaad kíl Haida Language
UNIT 1: BODY PARTS
Question: What is aching? Gύus uu Gwaagáng?
Unit’s sentence: ______ Gwaagánggang. (My ___ aches.)
- My head (díi kaj) Haida_1_head
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.