Kayaker says stolen camp gear is “against the code of the outdoors”; Southeast Alaska Transportation Plan meetings seek public comment on ferries, roads; State crews clean up Mitkof Highway landslide.
Mon Sep 26, 2011
Sitka fifth-graders turned out to watch a trio of captive brown bears destroy a small tent that had been “baited” with fried chicken. The larger lesson: Let's avoid having captive brown bears in the future. more
With education a hot button issue in the ongoing budget debate, one school in Sitka is definitely safe this fiscal year. The state-run Mt. Edgecumbe High School will continue to receive $4.6 million from the Department of Education and Early Development. That money goes directly towards boarding over 400 students from around the state. more