Month: October 2013

Sawmill Creek Road project: A blast from the past

The blasting along Sawmill Creek Road this fall has been blamed for a series of water main ruptures in Sitka — along with many smaller inconveniences to motorists, tourists, hikers, and bikers headed out to the fare end of the community’s road system. The state-funded project has been five years in the making, and many Sitkans — at least in one coffee shop patronized by KCAW’s Rich McClear — have forgotten how it came to be such an earth-shaking effort.

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With new standards, Sitka to keep focus on students

The Sitka School District is bracing for changes in the way its teaching staff and academic performance are assessed. Superintendent Steve Bradshaw and assistant superintendent Mary Wegner outlined some of the programs and objectives of the district in a presentation to the Sitka Chamber of Commerce on Wednesday (10-30-13).

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Trick-or-treat trio

Despite some truly spooky weather, crowds in costume turned out for the Chamber of Commerce’s annual downtown trick-or-treating on Halloween. This trio dressed up as fairy tale characters with a twist: they’re (un)dead. Can you name them?

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We’ve Reached our Fall Goal!

A HUGE Thank You to everyone who helped us reach our Fall Goal of $55,000! We had a great time during the One-Day Drive, and it’s because of members like You that we can continue to do what we do. Thank You!

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