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Tue Dec 27, 2011

Sitka profiles continue: Herb Didrickson talks about crossing cultural barriers through sports. ADF&G announces first sac roe herring fishery in West Behm Canal in 36 years. Prosecutors say 14-year-old girl injected with heroin by 26-year-old. Wood giveaway planned by Tanana River bridge builders.

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Sitka drivers told: Hands off your cell phone

Tuesday night (4-26-16), the Sitka Assembly passed a law that would fine those using their phone while driving. Exceptions are made for hands-free use. (Photo courtesy of Her Campus Media)
Tuesday night (4-26-16), the Sitka Assembly passed a law that would fine those using their phone while driving. Exceptions are made for hands-free use. The policy is intended to reduce distracted driving and prevent accidents. more

Scholarship program boosts training for Native teachers

Juneau's Joshua Jackson earned both Bachelor's and Master's degrees in Education in the PITAAS program. (UAS photo)
While twenty-five percent of the state’s population is Alaska Native, under five-percent of its teachers are. PITAAS grooms future teachers and administrators while they’re still in college. more