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Mon Nov 5, 2012


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Juneau jury convicts John Marvin, Jr., of first-degree murder in the death of two Hoonah police officers. Authorities destroy seven bears in Poison Cove, searching for clues in the death of Tomas Puerta. Sitka police still receiving numerous calls about garbage bears. Ketchikan’s Whitman Lake Dam project gets second life.

Recent News

Sturges brings storytelling to life

Composer and artistic director Molly Sturges is one of this year’s faculty at the Sitka Symposium. KCAW interviewed Sturges to learn more about one of her specialities, “sound poetry events.” more

Tresham gets to birds before they get to planes

An Alaska Airlines jet touches down in Sitka. Both runway approaches are over ocean. (Flickr photo/Pat Groves)
If you find landing at Sitka’s airport to be a little unnerving, you’re not alone. One man is out there worrying with you: Dave Tresham spends 14 hours a day chasing birds from Sitka’s runway and airspace. He spoke to the Sitka Chamber of Commerce this week. more