Monthly Archives: May 2012
Ryan Kauffman and Amanda Roberts discuss Sitka's role in World No Tobacco Day. The event takes place around the globe and is sponsored by the World Health Organization.
Feds grant Sitka's license for Blue Lake expansion. Kake looks to alternative energy. Begich discusses Southeast issues in Petersburg. Washington state fishermen sound off on Pebble Mine.
Penny Lehmann and Kelly Smitherman describe 'Park Prescriptions.' It's a partnership between the National Park Service and local health officials to encourage exercise in the parks.
It was a good year for Sitka High softball, whose players clinched the No. 1 seed at states from Southeast. Baseball's season ended in Petersburg over the weekend, but SHS Activities Director Mike Vieira says the team will come back strong next year.
Assembly relaxes senior exemption rules, postpones tax cap changes. Vaughn leads Sitka derby after 1st weekend. Sitka land sales lawsuit back in court. Climate change: Man's hobby becomes scientific legacy.
Assembly to consider tax changes. 'Stream Team' puts 7th graders in charge of research. As village sinks, elders weigh options. Ketchikan midwife pleads guilty to Medicare fraud.