Monthly Archives: March 2013
Head coach Eric Van Cise, along with players Hunter Ramp, John Davis and Chris Reaves join Holly Keen in the studio to talk about the upcoming season. Games are Thursday, Friday and Saturday at Lower Moller Field.
Sitka herring fleet remains on two-hour notice. SEARHC to close Bill Brady Healing Center, suspends community health aide training until Oct. 1. Back to the drawing board for city's 'owner account' revisions. Assembly changes mind on ice machine grant. City backs off on liquor license protest as bar works out tax debt. Parnell says Senate version of oil bill is OK, but House should take its own look.
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The Southeast Alaska Regional Health Consortium, or SEARHC, is closing down the Bill Brady Healing Center, its residential drug and alcohol treatment program. The closure was announced Tuesday and comes after massive reductions in federal funding, also known as sequestration.
Community Health Aides provide first response in villages and smaller communities, often acting as medics by stabilizing patients before they’re transported to larger facilities. In a statement issued Tuesday, SEARHC chief executive Charles Clement tried to dispel rumors that the community health aide program is going away entirely.
Sitka Community Theater presents "All in the Timing," six one-act comedies by David Ives. The show features six directors, and about 18 actors. The comedies include chimps writing "Hamlet" in a lab, Philip Glass trying to buy a loaf of bread, and variations on the death of Leon Trotsky.