Eleven homeless pups landed in Sitka on Thursday (11-5-13). The dogs, recovered from Ketchikan, will be ready to adopt shortly.
Linda Williams, Sitka community liaison for 150th anniversary of the transfer of Alaska, chats about the upcoming sesquicentennial commemoration of the 1867 transfer of Russia to Alaska. Downloadable audio.
Ben Miyasato is one of three candidates for four seats on Sitka Tribe of Alaska Tribal Council. The current council treasurer is running for his third term. Miyasato wants to ensure education and employment for tribal citizens, as well as more local government collaboration.
The Sitka School Board heard a compelling appeal from a member of the public Tuesday night (11-3-15) to change the name of Baranof Elementary School to a traditional Tlingit language name.
State of Alaska medicare expert Judith Bendersky helps people navigate the confusing and oftentimes intimidating world of medicare.Downloadable audio.
A big shout out to everyone who attended this year’s Stardust Ball, it was a wonderfully colorful event! Seattle’s Eldgridge Gravy and the Court Supreme put on an amazing show and the costumes were as creative as ever. Thank you … more
A Yup’ik skin artist living in Sitka is headed to the Institute of American Indian Arts under a Rasmuson Foundation-funded, artist-in-residence program..
Sitka students had a rare opportunity this week to paint a totem pole that will be on display in Sitka National Historical Park.
Municipal officials in Sitka were briefed about the repeated tasering of a teen in police custody, shortly after the incident occurred in September of last year.
Mt. Edgecumbe High School students Kale Lliaben, Colin Freitas, Emory Johnson and Pamela Beans visited with the Sitka Sentinel's sports editor Tom Hesse about this year's away games and some surprising secret weapons such as body odor and bad breath. Downloadable audio.