Month: November 2011

Thomas relies on experience to bring in Sitka voters

Sitkans took their first look this week at Bill Thomas, the Haines legislator who hopes to represent Sitka when district boundaries are redrawn in the Alaska legislature next year. Thomas, a Republican, has been in the legislature since 2004, where he’s currently the co-chair of the House Finance Committee. He addressed Sitka’s Chamber of Commerce on Wednesday (11-30-11).

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Assembly to vote on Centennial Hall plan

The design includes green space, one-way bus lanes, and even some additional parking – all changes that city officials say will keep pedestrians safer. The plan also factors in expansions to both Kettleson Memorial Library and Centennial Hall.

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“Alaskan Nutcracker” opens Friday

http://www.kcaw.org/wp-content/uploads/2011/11/interview_113011.mp3 Melissa Hantke, co-choreographer and stage manager, and dancers Ben Gordon and Ruby Gale, discuss some of the Alaskan twists in this year’s Nutcracker. The ballet will be staged 7 PM Fri Dec 2, 2 PM and 7 PM Sat Dec 3, and 3 PM Sun Dec 4 at the Sitka Performing Arts...

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Wed Nov 30, 2011

http://www.kcaw.org/wp-content/uploads/2011/11/news_113011.mp3 Assembly to go into overtime to decide cruise passenger projects. Among the items to be discussed when the meeting continues on Thursday (12-1-11) is the reconfiguration of traffic and parking at Harrigan Centennial Hall. Former SCAPS director sues for defamation. Sealaska’s Worl lectures on...

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