Month: August 2010

Orphaned cubs may remain in Sitka

Three brown bear cubs captured in Sitka this August will remain here indefinitely.
Officials with the Alaska Department of Fish & Game report that several out-of-state zoos initially interested in the cubs have found bears elsewhere.
Sitka’s Fortress of the Bear is making arrangements with the state to house the bears permanently if no other homes are found.

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Christianson: Current assembly "charging too hard"

Thor Christianson says the current assembly may be “charging a little too hard.”
The former two-term assembly member has thrown his hat into the ring – reluctantly – for another try.
He says he would like to make city hall more friendly to small business in Sitka.

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Remembering Alice

Chances are good that if you live in Sitka, you already know this story, about Alice Machesney. At 83 years old, Alice had wavy white hair, and a permanent grin on her face. She lived on an island, and to get into town she would row a small boat to shore, then hop on a bike and pedal the rest of the way.

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Shurtleff: McAdams could beat Miller in November

Sitka Mayor Scott McAdams spoke at a Democratic Party dinner in Anchorage the night after the primary election. He told the crowd that when the election results came in, “the universe changed.” KCAW’s Ed Ronco talked with Democratic strategist David Shurtleff about how the universe changed for McAdams on election night.

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