Month: June 2012

Otter study to examine habitat differences in Southeast

While some people think of sea otters as adorable tourist attractions, others see them as predators in fierce competition for valuable shellfish like abalone, Dungeness crabs and geoducks. Marine mammal biologist Dr. Heidi Pearson is interested in learning more about how sea otter feeding habits may be changing the ecology of Sitka Sound.

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Party on!

Raven Radio celebrates thirty years on the air this weekend, with festivities running from Saturday through the Independence Day holiday (Jun 29 – Jul 4). Dancing, food, music, and community will be major themes of the event — just as they were a major part of the station’s founding. According to these people, though, the party never stopped!

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Fri Jun 29, 2012

LOCAL reaction to Thursday’s Supreme Court ruling: Affordable Care Act may help close gap in charity care at Sitka’s hospitals. Court ruling a boon to Tribal health care. Small businesses worry about health law’s unknowns. Self-insured Sitkans hail court decision.

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Self-insured Sitkans hail Supreme Court decision

The Supreme Court’s decision was hailed by some residents. Many fishing families in Sitka are self-employed and therefore self-insured. It’s expensive, with annual premiums into the thousands. Wendy Alderson’s family is a good illustration.

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