Month: April 2014

Residents kill bear on Granite Creek

A brown bear frequenting trash cans on Granite Creek was shot and killed Tuesday night (4-29-14). According to police dispatch records, a call came in Tuesday evening reporting that someone in the Granite Creek area was shooting at a bear. Police referred the call to Alaska Fish & Wildlife troopers, who responded and found the bear dead in the woods not far from Granite Creek road.

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Winter king harvest hits target

Winter troll fishing wraps up tonight at midnight (4-30-14). Fishermen had one of their better recent winter seasons. As of mid-day today (Weds), trollers had landed nearly 47,000 king salmon, far more than the 26,000 landed by this time last year, and well above the 5-year average.

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Sitka High’s final music concert

Sitka High School’s final music concert is coming up. It’s the last one ever for graduating Senior Chaya Pike, as well as Music Director John Depalatis – he’s moving to Cairo, Egypt for a job teaching choir at the American International School. They discuss the upcoming concert.

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Wed Apr 30, 2014

Alaska Airlines parent company expects good results for 2014, despite growing competition from Delta Airlines. Plans are moving ahead for a multi-purpose dock at Sawmill Cove Industrial Park. Skagway is still cut off from ferry service because it’s dock sank last week. An audio postcard from Sitka’s observance of Holocaust Remembrance Day.

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