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Fri Dec 27, 2013


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Ancient skeletal remains discovered in the basement of KCAW’s Cable House have been exhumed and placed in the custody of the Sitka Tribe of Alaska. Juneau airport will open a food concession inside security area. Ketchikan council member resigns under pressure after accusations surface of misconduct in his teaching career.

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USCGC Maple changes command

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The Coast Guard held a change of command ceremony aboard the Cutter Maple in Sitka yesterday morning (06-23-16). Beneath blue skies, Lieutenant Commander Mike Newell transferred command of the 225-buoy tender to Lieutenant Commander Patrick Armstrong. more

‘Invasives Week’ efforts still focused on Sitka’s D.vex

D. vex grows in dense colonies. Although each individual is microscopic, together they form a dense mat resembling a sponge. (KCAW photo/Robert Woolsey)
It's Invasive Species Awareness Week in Alaska. KCAW’s Robert Woolsey caught up with one of the state’s top invasive-fighters, Tammy Davis, as she coordinated a dive team in Sitka’s Whiting Harbor. more