Month: April 2011

Assembly pulls $20k out of Fortress loan

Earlier this month, the Sitka Assembly approved a $100,000 loan for Fortress of the Bear, a bear habitat and tourist attraction that’s been open since 2007. But at its regular meeting last night, the Assembly decided to hold back 20 percent of the money.

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Herring roe debate continues at STA council

A debate over who should have the right to harvest subsistence herring roe continued at Wednesday night’s meeting of the Sitka Tribe of Alaska’s tribal council. The controversy centers around a fishing boat called the Julia Kae, that delivered free roe-on-hemlock to Sitka, Hoonah, Angoon, Kake, Wrangell and Ketchikan.

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Extended audio: Ten Tips for marketing with social media

SCVB executive director Tonia Rioux offered these Ten Tips for marketing with social media during her presentation to the Sitka Chamber of Commerce on Wednesday (4-20-11). She drew the information from an article on www.techrepublic.com by Debra Littlejohn Shinder.

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New wildlife Tasers protect NOAA whale necropsy team

The Alaska Department of Fish & Game has started field trials of a special Taser designed for use on large wildlife. Sitka area management biologist Phil Mooney included the Tasers in a plan to protect NOAA researchers as they conducted a necropsy of a gray whale in Deep Inlet.

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