Going…going…GONE! KRBD’s On-Air Auction

auction-hammerClick here to view the items still up for bid!

Planning efforts continue for waterfront promenade

Busy waterfrontA 1.3-mile path along downtown Ketchikan’s waterfront has been slowly taking shape over many years.

Five poles raised in three-day POW celebration

ketchikandancersThe totems for this ceremony, along with others that have stood in Klawock since the 1990s, are known as “mortuary” poles, commemorating the dead.

Jackson reveals new carving for library

Local artist Nathan Jackson unveiled his new public art piece, “Two King Salmon” at the Ketchikan Public Library last Friday, May 31st. The art piece is the final commissioned work for the library.

Live Day!

KRBD's annual Live Day is this Saturday, May 25th beginning at noon!

KRBD’s Square Foot Garden Experiment

With A Little Help From Our Friends!

Kanayama students drop by KRBD to chat

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.

Don Young to give keynote at shipyard ceremony

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.

Ketchikan man charged with armed robbery

A 19-year-old Ketchikan man has been arrested following an alleged armed robbery Tuesday at Channel View Trailer Park.

DOT kicks off downtown road reconstruction project

In about four years, the state Department of Transportation plans to tear up and rebuild Ketchikan’s primary downtown corridor.