Members of Sitka Community Theater are recruiting for this winter's Radio Adventure Hour – an hour of live radio theater with live sound effects – at Rasmuson Center.
Sitka’s School District is beginning a new effort to target absenteeism.
There’s a new superintendent at Sitka National Historical Park, and he may not mind a rainy weekend. David Elkowitz just wrapped up two weeks on the job, after arriving from west Texas.
Gale-force winds and high seas on the outer coast are keeping about 4,500 cruise ship travelers from seeing Sitka this week.
Aaron Swanson is running for the re-election to the Assembly. He wants to return to his seat to continue solving the puzzle before the Assembly: how to pay for city government, while managing the cost of living.
Shelly Smith, with Southeast Senior Services, will discuss her presentation on family caregiver support services, planned for lunchtime today from 11:30 to 12:30 at the Swan Lake Senior Center.
On Tuesday, September 20th, the five candidates for Sitka Assembly came into our studio to discuss their ideas and positions in the lead-up to the October 7th election. Two seats are available on the assembly.
Lloyd Platson with Sitka Counseling and Prevention Services talks about a mental health first aid class on Thursday, September 29, from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. in the downstairs conference room at 111 Metlakatla St.
Raven Radio is hosting four live, call-in shows this week with candidates for school board, mayor, assembly, and a panel discussion on Proposition 1. See the full schedule here.
A dead whale found floating near Sitka last week was probably killed by a ship. That’s the conclusion of a pathologist who inspected the carcass.