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They’re a little shy and they giggle. A lot. But if there’s anything that a conversation through a translator with this group of 15 or so exchange students from Kanayama-Gero, Japan, reveals, teenagers are teenagers no matter where they’re from.
Rep. Don Young is scheduled to be in Ketchikan this week, and one of the events he plans to attend is the Alaska Ship & Drydock assembly hall dedication ceremony Tuesday.
A 19-year-old Ketchikan man has been arrested following an alleged armed robbery Tuesday at Channel View Trailer Park.
In about four years, the state Department of Transportation plans to tear up and rebuild Ketchikan’s primary downtown corridor.
A team of documentary filmmakers descended upon Ketchikan recently, but they hadn’t really intended to shoot anything in Alaska’s First City.
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Earthquakes and tsunamis dominated social media in Southeast Alaska Saturday evening, but the resulting tidal surges thankfully were nonexistent or very small.
Wednesday, Sept. 19, is the 10th anniversary of a silly holiday. Talk Like a Pirate Day started as a joke between two friends, but in 2002, syndicated humor columnist Dave Barry turned it into a national, and eventually an international, phenomenon. With that anniversary in mind, KRBD took a look at piracy around Alaska’s southernmost city.