Kevin Knox and Aaron Prussian are two of the organizers of the 32nd Julie Hughes Triathlon, one of Alaska's first. Downloadable audio.
On Wednesday (5-18-16), the League of American Bicyclists designated Sitka a “Silver Level” Bicycle Friendly Community. Only 73 other communities in the United States have earned this honor, including Anchorage.
Some of the best drinking water anywhere may be just a little bit better now. Sitka officials on Thursday (5-19-16) cut the ribbon on a new, $8-million dollar ultraviolet disinfection plant for the town’s water supply.
The Sitka School Board has authorized the purchase of nearly $300,000-worth of new reading and writing curriculum for the elementary grades.
Pacific High School’s three latest graduates are now on to bigger and brighter things. The alternative high school held its commencement ceremony Thursday night (5-19-16) at the Sheet’ka Kwaan Naa Kahidi. It was filled with traditional Alaska native drumming, heartfelt wishes and hopes for the future.
The state and a regional development group are combining forces to develop a new business and management plan for the Alaska Marine Highway System.
The Sitka Police Department has identified the group of people allegedly shooting at the water off of the Chaichei Islands this past weekend.
Pacific High School students have practiced karate, done somersaults in the air and walked on balance beams -- all in the last week.
The school has been holding a "boot camp" of sorts to expose students to different fitness regimes.
The Sitka Police Department is trying to identify a group of people who allegedly shot guns at the water off of Chaichei Islands over the weekend.