Lauren Bell, research biologist at the Sitka Sound Science Center, is joined by former aquarium director Taylor White, who is a PhD student at University of California Santa Cruz.
You may be surprised to learn that Jill Fredston doesn’t row everywhere. Fredston and her husband Doug Fesler arrived recently in Sitka aboard their yellow cruiser, the Compañera with a pair of rowing shells lashed on deck.
The Sitka Assembly voted down an ordinance last night (6-14-16) to subsidize the utility bills of low income Sitkans. Bill sponsor Tristan Guevin said he’d still like to city do more to help those most in need.
Stevenson is one of the five original musicians from the first festival in 1972, and she came to Sitka almost every year for the first 40 years.
A crowd of nearly 100 Sitkans gathered in Totem Square last night (06-13-16), to honor the 49 victims of Sunday's (06-12-16) shooting at Pulse, an Orlando nightclub. The group gathered beneath a blue sky in a big circle and, holding strips of orange paper, took turns reading the forty nine name aloud.
So far, there have been two bear attacks in Southeast and summer is just getting started. KCAW’s Brielle Schaeffer decided to try her hand at using bear spray and has this story.
KCAW has a new summer intern and we met with her during The Morning Interview. Katherine Rose is pursuing a master's degree at the UC Berkeley Graduate School of Journalism, with a focus on radio journalism.
Heavy equipment is rumbling across Kruzof Island near Sitka again, but this time the big rigs are not removing trees -- instead, they’re putting them back.
Glenda Cunard is an organist and music director for Grace Lutheran Church in Ormond Beach, Florida. She performs free recitals, 12 p.m. daily at Sitka Lutheran Church through June 20.… more