Uncategorized

Architectural planning sought for historic boathouse

SITKA, ALASKA Sitka’s historic Japonski-Island boathouse is moving into the architectural phase of its planned restoration.
The garage-like structure at the foot of the O’Connell bridge is one of the dwindling number of small, utilitarian buildings that comprised the Sitka Naval Air Station during World War II.
© Copyright 1970, Raven Radio Foundation Inc.

Comments

Please read our comment guidelines.

Recent News

Improbable archaeology: Stone tool found in Sitka landslide

150228_handmaul2_woolsey
A devastating landslide near Sitka last year has produced an improbable discovery: evidence of early human occupation. more

At Board of Fish, a preview of pot vs. longline conflict

A proposal before the Board of Fish would have allowed finfish pots like these to be used in parts of the Southeast black cod fishery. (Photo courtesy of Neptune Marine Products)
The Alaska Board of Fisheries on Friday took no action on a set of proposals to allow pots in the Southeast black cod fishery. But the debate previewed a larger fight brewing later this spring, over what kind of gear will be allowed across the entire Gulf of Alaska. more