Dr. Kevin Settles, a clinical psychologist with Neurobehavioral Consultants, will talk about how mindfulness meditation can people with early stage dementia.
On Saturday (11-15-14), the first class of Boys Run crossed the 5K finish line at Crescent Harbor shelter. The dual running and lifestyle program is designed to instill in young men a culture of respect and nonviolence.
With elders in the community growing older or already gone, Chuck Miller of the Sitka Native Education Program says it's his responsibility to pass along the teachings to the younger generation so they can grow up proud to be Tlingit.
A Sitka man is being held on drug charges in the state prison in Juneau, pending $12,000 in bail.
Although there are a lot of loose ends to tie up, the Blue Lake Expansion Project came to a formal close in Sitka Wednesday (11-13-14) with a ribbon cutting ceremony at the new powerhouse.
The Sitka Tribal Council will see some turnover if the unofficial results of Tuesday’s (11-11-14) election hold up. Even fewer voters than usual, 174, turned out to decide who will control Sitka’s federally-recognized tribal government.
Sitka’s got a new public library director who knows he’s got some big shoes to fill. But Robb Farmer calls himself an ideas man, and he’s looking forward to maintaining the momentum of Kettleson Library’s best programs, while introducing some of his own -- including backyard chicken farming and library speed dating.
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Elena Gustafson, with Sitkans Against Family Violence (SAFV), is joined by young runners to talk about the pilot year of the Boys Run program and this weekend's 5K Fun Run.
Ellexis Howey and Cindy Edwards preview today's Doc Talk [11-12-14] about contraception options for men and women, led by Dr. Kristen Widmer.