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City of Ketchikan to explore private port partnership

The Ketchikan City Council voted Thursday to move forward with a potential private-public partnership to develop the Port of Ketchikan. Council members stressed that the move is a small first step.

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KRBD’s 24th Annual 4th of July Skiff Raffle

Tickets are on sale now for KRBD's Skiff Raffle! 1st Prize: 16 foot Lund Skiff with a 40 HP Honda Motor and EZ Loader trailer from Timber and Marine Supply.

Stories at Latitude 56

Karl Richey tells a story during the April 14th Stories at Latitude 56. (KAAHC photo) We hope you...

Totem to Totem set for Saturday

The Totem to Totem Half Marathon is this Saturday. Race packets can be picked up Friday, and final...

Arts Council Report

The 2019-2020 Gallery Season is announced, artists are sought for glass panels at the Ketchikan...

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The Solestice shoe auction is coming up and donations are wanted, and scarf-tying classes are...

Feds demand armed backup to keep Prince Rupert ferry terminal open

Alaska Marine Highway System has until Oct. 1 to secure armed backup for U.S. customs agents working in Prince Rupert's ferry terminal. The state plans to contract with the Royal Canadian Mounted Police to provide security for U.S. agents.

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