Raven Radio's Stardust Ball is Saturday, October 25th featuring Seattle dance band the Dusty 45s. Tickets are $35 and go on sale for "mug level" members of Raven Radio
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Even though municipal elections are a few weeks away, the Sitka School Board seated its newest member Wednesday night (9-11-14). Sitka senior Kaya Duguay has already attended several board meetings and activities. She participated in an all-day goal-setting session with the full board last month. She also did not hesitate to contribute meaningfully to her first full meeting.
Tim Fulton represents a kind of school board candidate who is becoming more common lately: He started six years ago on the board just as his daughter was poised to enter high school. Two terms later, his daughter long since graduated, Fulton wants to keep working on behalf of children.
Air Station Sitka's commanding officer Mark Vislay says the number one safety tool for anyone heading out onto the water is communication. "We can't find you if no one knows you're missing," he says. A pilot, Vislay describes flying in Southeast Alaska compared to some of his other assignments.
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Thad White, defensive coordinator for SHS Football, along with Blayne Vilandre (Sr) and Tyler White (Fr), discuss the team's prospects against Houston this afternoon. Kickoff 3 PM, lower Moller Field.
Wednesday afternoon, September 10, at 5pm Raven Radio will provide live coverage of President Obama's plans for fighting the Islamist militant group ISIS. Raven News will be heard about a half-hour earlier than usual, at 4:49 PM. Statewide news will follow the president's speech and analysis at 6 PM.
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Without much fanfare, Sitka’s entire public library was relocated to temporary quarters last month. Thousands of books, the shelving to hold them, computers, and furniture were packed across Crescent Harbor to the Stratton Library on the Sheldon Jackson Campus, to make way for contractors preparing to enlarge Kettleson Memorial Library.
Thus far, it appears City leaders believe a hasty, poorly researched and sloppily fielded tax is needed to offset “20 years of funding shortfalls” for local roads. That approach is like keeping the locomotive going down the tracks at full speed no matter how many bodies are tied to the tracks.