Monthly Archives: September 2011

Tue Sep 27, 2011

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Assembly invites Sealaska, Inc. to discuss corporate land selections; Wildlife troopers investigate wanton waste of deer in Sitka; Kake elder apartments to get $50,000 in energy efficiency improvements; Petersburg preschool rebounds from executive embezzlement.… more

Mon Sep 26, 2011

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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.… more

Corporations are not people

Many of us worry that the increased role of the world’s largest corporations, in our elections and legislation, has had an enormous, negative impact on our democracy and our economy. Commentary by Libby Stortz.

Troopers investigate wanton waste near Sitka

Alaska Wildlife troopers in Sitka are investigating one case of wanton waste, and one case of failure to salvage all edible meat, from several deer found near town recently.

Power up

Workers install a generator at Raven Radio. A matching piece of equipment will be installed at KCAW's transmitter site on Japonski Island.Workers install a generator at Raven Radio. A matching piece of equipment will be installed at KCAW's transmitter site on Japonski Island.

Feed me!

In a scene reminiscent of "Little Shop of Horrors," an anemone devours a salmon in its entirety. Sitkan Mim McConnell captured this startling image in Sealing Cove Harbor. A new name for this species might be "Audrey III."In a scene reminiscent of "Little Shop of Horrors," an anemone devours a salmon in its entirety. Sitkan Mim McConnell captured this startling image in Sealing Cove Harbor. A new name for this species might be "Audrey III."

Herring Dance

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Herring Fishery Danceq

Come dance in your extra tuffs to the best of.… more

Website form testing

Website form testing this weekend!… more

Fun on the fly

Students in the Sitka Native Education Program (SNEP) play "Simon Says" on the new lawn at Totem Square Thursday afternoon (9-22-11), imitating ravens, among other creatures. Teacher Jamie Bradley, however, gave all her instructions in Tlingit. The kids in this class range in age from third- through fifth-grade.Students in the Sitka Native Education Program (SNEP) play "Simon Says" on the new lawn at Totem Square Thursday afternoon (9-22-11), imitating ravens, among other creatures. Teacher Jamie Bradley, however, gave all her instructions in Tlingit. The kids in this class range in age from third- through fifth-grade.