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Council withdraws protest, but wants to further limit pot businesses

In a split vote, the Ketchikan City Council agreed Thursday to withdraw its protest of a planned marijuana cultivation business. But, the council also asked the city manager for an ordinance to limit the number of marijuana cultivation businesses allowed within city limits, and ban marijuana manufacturing completely.

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Hope Quilt returns to Ketchikan

Carmel Anderson speaks about the Hope Quilt that gives a voice to victims of domestic violence and...

Craig Parks and Recreation

Victoria Merritt with the Craig Parks and Recreation report for December 10th....

Arts Council Report

Jeff Fitzwater and Cameo McRoberts speak about music, craft and arts events, auditions and...

UAS Ketchikan Report

Gail Klein speaks about holiday closures and spring classes. ...

Silver Bay plans for two aquatic farm sites north of Sitka

A local seafood processor is getting into the shellfish game. Silver Bay Seafoods applied for two mariculture leases earlier this year. The leases are good for ten years. If approved by the state, they will install 22 rafts in...

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