Mon Aug 12, 2013

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Lynden’s buyout of Northland will require expansion of Sitka’s Samson Tug & Barge. Sitka Farmer’s Market increases buying power of food assistance programs. Murkowski tours Ketchikan area with USFS Chief Tom Tidwell. Wrangell Fire Dept. imposes outdoor burn ban.


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Health Summit awards $2000 to community garden, food non-profit

The Sitka Health Summit held it’s 10th annual Planning Day on Friday (10-21-16). The crowd of 75 gathered at University of Alaska Southeast (UAS) to brainstorm wellness initiatives and through a blind vote, chose two projects with direct ties to food. more

Three bears shot and killed in Sitka neighborhood

A tranquilized bear and cub. (Alaska Department of Fish & Game photo.
Wildlife troopers shot and killed a brown bear sow and her two cubs in a Sitka neighborhood late this week (10/20/16). While it’s not the first report of an aggressive bear near downtown, the three were the first animals destroyed this year for public safety. Downloadable audio. more