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2007 – A Year in Stories

SITKA, ALASKA In Sitka, 2007 was marked by two major events – a plane crash that claimed a New Jersey family and the closure of the state’s longest running educational institution. Melissa Marconi Wentzel takes this look back at the top stories that shaped our community

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Roads, ferries, airports: Meetings spotlight SE transportation plan

The ferry Malaspina makes a rare visit to waters off downtown Sitka during the 2010 Alaska Day celebration. A state transportation plan would route ferries to a new terminal across Baranof Island at the end of a new road. (Ed Schoenfeld/CoastAlaska News)
Sitkans will have a chance to learn more about proposed local and regional transportation projects at a meeting the evening of Aug. 20 at Centennial Hall. more

Seafood Fest! Games! Parade! Kilts! NOW!

Co-director Carolyn Kineen and board member Alicia Haseltine discuss the lineup for the fifth annual Sitka Seafood Festival, July 31 - August 2. For the complete schedule, and videos of guys in kilts throwing heavy objects, visit the festival online. more