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In Wrangell, master carver Wayne Price prepares to board the Sitka-based Coast Guard cutter Maple which is taking two red cedar trees to Sitka for a memorial totem pole Price is working on. (Photo: Charlotte Duren)


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Boys get ready to run with SAFV program

Lauren Havens, school program coordinator for Sitkans Against Family Violence, coach Wes Holloway and three young runners talk about Keet Gooshi Heen's "Boys Run" program. Downloadable audio. more

After vandalism, caretaker for the dead receives unexpected help

The cemetery in the 1900s. Sam estimates it is the final resting place for 1600 bodies, 400 of which are marked. All are connected with the Russian Orthodox church and many are Tlingit. (Photo courtesy of Bob Sam)
On a clear night in September, a group of vandals desecrated a 200-year old cemetery in Sitka, tipping over headstones. The caretaker, 61-year old Bob Sam, discovered the damage the next morning. more