Representative Dan Ortiz talks about his first year at the Legislature dealing with a multi-billion dollar deficit.
Julie Isom has been named the new executive director of the Greater Ketchikan Chamber of Commerce. Isom accepted the position on Tuesday and will replace outgoing director Chelsea Goucher.
Steve Kinney daughter Chandra Oshima preview the Ketchikan Community Chorus’ winter concert. The concert will be at the Presbyterian Church on December 5th at 7 p.m. and December 6th at 3 p.m. The concert will be in two parts winter and … more
Terrance Robbins speaks about the Ketchikan Wellness Coalition’s executive direcotr stepping down, potential marijuana tax revnue and other related statistics. 11.25Wellness… more
On Monday night, the Ketchikan City Council decided to vote on the sale of retail marijuana at its next meeting. The Council made this decision after hearing a presentation by Chris French, the Borough Planning and Community Development Director.
The Ketchikan Gateway Borough Assembly Monday night Monday decided to postpone indefinitely a citizen request to establish at $10 per ounce excise tax on marijuana. The Assembly also heard an annual report from AIDEA.
A series of phone, email and internet scams continue to hit residents in Southeast Alaska and beyond. People are particularly vulnerable during the holiday season. Here's information on some of the scams to watch out for.
Matt Peebles from the Ketchikan Tool Library talks about building a collection of tools and what the future holds for the only tool library in Alaska.
The K-Town Robotic Tournament was held this Saturday (November 21st) at Ketchikan’s Schoenbar Middle School. This year, students age 9-14 took on the “Trash Trek Challenge.” They had to come up with solutions to problems using programmable robots made out of LEGOs.