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With anxiety running high over how Sitka schools will fare under newly-adopted state testing standards this year, the Sitka school board Monday night (10-6-14) seemed pleased to learn that -- under the old standards -- the district has shown significant improvement. But there is also some troubling information in the data.
Sitka High School football players Alex Corak ('15), Miguel Garcia ('16), and Josh Goeden ('17) are wrapping up their season for the year. Together, they review the highs and lows of the year.
Quick thinking by an off-duty Sitka firefighter may have prevented a boat fire from becoming a major disaster in a local harbor Friday night. Deputy fire chief Al Stevens says Michelle Snowden, an engineer with the department, had just moved onto a liveaboard in Crescent Harbor when her pager alerted her to the fire on a neighboring vessel. She had it out before the engine arrived.
Wait Wait Don't Tell Me pulls out all the stops to make their show great, but laughs don't come cheap! Help Raven Radio reach our fall goal, and we'll keep bringing you the laughs.
Dr. David Vastola, a pediatrician at SEARHC, and Cindy Edwards talk about pediatric injury, from "near misses" to serious incidents, and what parents can do to protect their children. Dr. Vastola invites all Sitkans to his Doc Talk 7 PM Wed Oct 8 at the Hames Center.
Thanks to all Raven Radio Members, either new or renewing, that we heard from during our online and on-air drives. We have received over $50,000 of our ultimate Fall Fundraising goal of $63,000. If we missed you, please make sure to take this opportunity to donate online, to ensure that all the things you love about Raven Radio continue now and into the future. Thank you!
“I’m back.” That’s how NBA legend Michael Jordan announced his return to basketball. A Sitka School Board candidate will take a page from that same book on election day (10-7-14) when voters see the name Tom Conley on the municipal ballot. Despite challenging health circumstances, the 13-year school board veteran is making a comeback to fill one of two open seats.