Uncategorized

Vistors share views on offshore drilling

SITKA, ALASKA After over a month of spillage, BP’s Operation Top Kill has failed to end the millions of gallons of oil flowing in to the Gulf of Mexico. Now considered the worst spill in U.S. history, the leak has prompted many, including President Obama, to rethink his views on offshore drilling. On a busy cruise ship day in Sitka, KCAW’s Lily Mihalik set out to see how the gulf spill has changed the way people think about off shore drilling.

Comments

Please read our comment guidelines.

Recent News

Eyak salvaged, back in Sitka

The Eyak bids goodbye to the tugboat Marauder, which brought it into Sitka Channel. (KCAW photo/Rachel Waldholz)
Ten days after the 80-foot fishing vessel and mail boat ran aground and sank just north of the Goddard hot springs, it is back afloat -- after a virtual alphabet soup of state and federal agencies and local companies worked together to salvage it. more

Mariner’s First Aid: When help is over the horizon

This is a salmon troller fishing near Petersburg in the 1930s. (Flickr photo/born1945)
Alaska Marine Safety Education Association training coordinator Rick Petersen and first aid director Eric Van Cise will talk about AMSEA's expansion into offering Mariner's First Aid and Wilderness Advanced First Aid courses. The programs emphasize care when help might be some time in coming. Downloadable audio. more