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Twenty Native languages, including Tlingit, Haida, and Tsimshian, became official state languages on Thursday, Oct. 23. For Sitka resident Heather Powell, the signing marked a personal victory for a member of her family.
Phil Mooney with the Alaska Department of Fish & Game talks about the deer habitat study, begun this summer with variety of agencies.
Someone appears to be poisoning bears near Sitka’s Sawmill Creek Road. A young male found dead last week may be the latest victim.
Wow! Look in the radio mirror! You are part of an incredibly strong community that supports Raven radio! More than 400 of you have renewed your membership this fall…100 of you did it automatically as sustaining members. Your average pledge is $130 and we're pleased to welcome you as one of our 51 brand new members. Thanks to you all our Fall Drive has raised more than ever before and is a great start to our fundraising year. Thanks to you, Raven Radio rocks!
Martha Pearson, Health Promotions Director at SouthEast Alaska Regional Health Consortium (SEARHC), spoke about the Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance Study.
Sitka can’t boost tourism by waiting for consensus. That’s the message from marketing consultant John Kelsh, who addressed the Greater Sitka Chamber of Commerce on Wednesday.
Sitka celebrated the 147th anniversary of the Alaska transfer on Saturday (10-18-14) with a big parade and a period reenactment.
Stardust Ball tickets are still on sale at Old Harbor Books. Tickets are $35. You must be 21 or older to attend and IDs are required. This event is a fundraiser for Raven Radio.
Sheila Finkenbinder and Robin McNeilley spoke about upcoming events for the Sitka Womens' Club and two $1000 scholarships the organization will be awarding for single mothers.