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Sarah Swong and Henry Colt with the Island Institute's Story Lab bring their experiences to the program, which fosters creative writing and storytelling among local youth.
The Sitka Monthly Grind is entering its 21st year of bringing local talent to Sitkans. Founders and producers, Jeff Budd and Ted Howard, reminisced about their favorite acts and gave a sneak-peak into the year's lineup. The first monthly grind of the season is Saturday, October 10th, 6:30 at the Sheet'ka Kwaan Naa Kahidi. Tickets are available at Old Harbor Books.
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Working as a nurse, Kat Richards believes healthcare and education have something in common: advocacy. She’d like to ensure that local schools remain high quality.
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The four candidates for Sitka Assembly met Tuesday night (9-29-15) in a 90-minute forum on KCAW. Listen to the full forum here: Part 1
The Sitka Health Summit will introduce MAPP Community Health Assessment data to the public on Wednesday, Sept. 30th, 7:00pm at the Hames Center. And the Summit's 9th Annual Planning Day will be Friday, October 9th, 8:30am-4:00pm, at UAS. This year's Planning Day will offer funding for more local health improvement projects.
I feel I owe it to my children and the community to become involved in decisions being made for the district. I owe it to myself to step in and accept part ownership for the district.
Matthew Hunter is a lifelong Sitkan. He went to Sitka High, got his masters in teaching at the University of Alaska Southeast, and now teaches math and physics at Mt. Edgecumbe High School. Three years ago, he was elected to a seat on the seven member assembly. And this year, he’s hoping to win it again.