Month: January 2014

Fri Jan 31, 2014

Newell assumes command of the USCG Cutter Maple in on board ceremony. After two rough years, SEARHC CEO Charles Clement says finances have stabilized. Homeless Connect event shed’s light on Sitka’s invisible population.

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Thu Jan 30, 2014

Small bike shelter in Sitka represents a large effort to develop second-growth forest industry. Juneau woman benefits from new insurance available under the Affordable Care Act. Former aide to Kreiss-Tomkins, Kookesh, changes party affiliation to replace Kerttula.

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Homeless event sheds light on Sitka’s invisible population

Fewer people than expected turned out for Sitka’s second annual Project Homeless Connect event on Wednesday (1-29-14), but organizers blame the beautiful weather. About 50 Sitkans received vouchers for goods and services, consulted with health care professionals, and connected with social service organizations. Unlike some places — like downtown Seattle — Sitka doesn’t have panhandlers, or people sleeping on the street, so it isn’t very clear who’s homeless. But, on one day a year during Project Homeless Connect, the community’s most invisible population becomes visible.

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