Monthly Archives: May 2013
Twenty-five years ago, it could be done on one income. Nowadays, buying a home is out of reach for a lot of two-income families. Randy Hughey would like to change that. The recently-retired high school shop teacher wants his grown children to have the same opportunity to build a life in Sitka that he did.
Carin Farley, chief ranger of Sitka National Historical Park, discusses the schedule for National Trails Day tomorrow (6-1-13). Events will be held every hour, on the hour, from 8-5 PM.
Sitka school officials 'infuriated' by USFS request for return of schools funding. Sitka food co-op eyes larger operation in the future. Assembly authorizes design of Kettleson Library expansion.
A group of Sitka residents who got together informally last year to buy bulk natural foods have organized a co-op, and have set their sights on possibly a larger retail operation in the future. The group recently brought in a professional consultant to examine the prospects for scaling up their non-profit grocery operation.
Sitka Summer Music Festival artistic director, Zuill Bailey, and executive director Kayla Boettcher discuss the 2013 season. Visit the Sitka Summer Music Festival online for full details.
Coast Guard crash survivor removed from promotions list. Sealaska sells global logistics business. Forest Service chief encounters push back after asking for return of SRS funding.
Anne Brice, Raven Radio’s first Post-Graduate Fellow in Community Journalism, completed her 30-week assignment at the station today (5-29-13). Her work covered a wide range of stories: everything from the … more