KRBD-FM seeks a qualified team member to join our staff as a news director, responsible for the overall management of the station’s news programs and online news content. Duties include editorial supervision, coordination of coverage, reporting, as well as… more
Prince of Wales Island Basketball 2012 Season
KRBD is proud to offer this new special streaming service for our Prince of Wales Island listeners and their families living elsewhere. During the Craig Panther Basketball Season KRBD will… more
A Ketchikan attorney was one of eight applicants for a judgeship on the Bethel Superior Court.
Private attorney Loren Stanton submitted his application for the vacancy.
Stanton has practiced law for 16 years. He is a graduate of… more
A Ketchikan company has purchased the borough’s remaining property in Ward Cove for $2.1 million. As Deanna Garrison reports, Ward Cove Industries is hoping the former Ketchikan Pulp Mill site will become a new hub for Southern Southeast Alaska’s maritime,… more
The Transportation Security Administration is slated to deploy full-body scanners at the Ketchikan and Juneau airports next month. TSA says the scanners no longer produce revealing images of travelers. Individuals uncomfortable with the scanners will be given an opportunity to… more
Ketchikan airport officials anticipate parking at the airport to be at or near capacity through the holidays.
At the time of this news release the long term parking lot on the town side is at capacity and there are… more
The State Department of Fish and Game announced on Thursday that it plans to proceed with another sac roe herring fishery in West Behm Canal this spring. As Deanna Garrison reports, this would be the second commercial sac roe herring… more
Bob Pickerell, his granddaughter, Heidi Poet, and Jeff Fitzwater talk about the 30th Annual Singing Christmas Tree at Clover Pass and First City Players\’ Christmas Jazz Cafe.