Monthly Archives: January 2013
Three-time Grammy-winning saxophonist, composer, and arranger Tom Scott grew up in a musical household. His father was a much sought-after composer for television scores, for shows like "Lassie." He's carried that legacy forward, writing for shows like "Starsky and Hutch" and the "Streets of San Francisco." He's also recorded with George Harrison, Paul McCartney, the Grateful Dead, and many other top acts.
Early morning aftershock wakens SE residents. Centennial canoe gets a lift during parking lot reconstruction. SE conservation organization launches marketing campaign -- for timber. Phone scammers target elderly in Sitka, Petersburg, and other SE communities. Democrats propose pegging school funding to inflation.
One of Southeast’s most prominent environmental organizations has started a marketing campaign – for timber. The Sitka Conservation Society recently printed a glossy brochure selling the virtues of second-growth Tongass timber for projects from furniture to housing. The only problem is: There’s no way – yet – to economically harvest and process second growth.
Sitka High's Jon De La Cruz (Sr.) may be the basketball team's only senior, but his coach, Andy Lee, calls him "the bridge man" who has held the team together since his sophomore year. The pair discuss the remaining 3A conference schedule (against Mt. Edgecumbe) and this weekend's matchup against state 3A powerhouse ACS. With KCAW's Brian Hanson.