Month: July 2013

Paths Across the Pacific returns to Sitka

After a year’s hiatus, “Paths Across the Pacific” returns to Sitka. The conference examines connections between humans on either side of the Pacific Ocean. Bill Davis and Nancy Yaw Davis explain. The event runs Aug. 14 – 18.

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Wed., July 31, 2013

Sitka enlisted man’s court martial postponed. How coastal Alaskans solve resource problems. State DOT officials field road and ferry concerns about Kake. Parnell administration wants feds to reconsider ANWR rejection.

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Meet K.C.A.W.

It’s not unusual for cruise ship visitors to wander up and look around here at Raven Radio. On Wednesday, we got a visit from the Wilson family, visiting Sitka on a cruise ship. When you learn their son’s name, you’ll know why they were so interested in putting us on their itinerary.

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How coastal Alaskans solve resource problems

Karen_HebertA team of researchers is working on a multi-year study in coastal communities from Bristol Bay to Sitka. But unlike their counterparts in the biological sciences, this university team is not studying fish, or marine mammals, or forest ecosystems. They’re studying us. Karen Hebert (pronounced “eh-BEAR”) is an anthropologist at Yale University. She’s examining the parallels between Bristol Bay and Southeast as they confront mining, fisheries, and timber issues.

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Tue Jul 30, 2013

Sitka Little League All-Stars lose state championship series 3-1 to Anchorage. NOAA extends comment period for halibut catch sharing plan for two weeks. In REBOUND program, girls learn to navigate social pressures — in kayaks. Coastal Footprint spends time on Sitka beach cleanup.

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