Patrick Williams, Sitka Community Hospital's injury prevention coordinator and Steve Hartford, Director of Operations, discuss the new telemedicine programs at the hospital. Currently the hospital uses services from Providence and Alaska Psychiatric Institute.
Last night (01-26-16), the Sitka Assembly met with the Citizens’ Task Force for a work session to discuss the city’s financial future and make recommendations for future budgets. For that, the Task Force has a three-part solution called “The Grand Bargain.”
Join hosts, Sarah Bell, Brooke Schafer, and Kari Segal as they dive into the world of books with new guests each week.
The Sitka School Board has offered a two-year contract extension to superintendent Mary Wegner. She won’t get a pay raise in the coming year, but she will get a cell phone.
Shannon Haugland hosts Broadway Night for the Greater Sitka Arts Council. She's brought performers Rhiannon Guevin and Jessica Menary to discuss the numbers they'll be singing. Broadway Night will take place 6 PM, Friday January 29, in the Odess Theater. Advance tickets are on sale at Old Harbor Books.
Mt. Edgecumbe High School students Breezianne McClenahan (jr - Sitka) and Nicola "Jo" Zaczkowski (jr - Tok) are members of the band "The Chameleons" and also in the school pep band. They bring a wide range of interests and tastes to their musical performance. With Pep Band director Stephen Courtright.
Sitka experienced small blips in power this morning (01-25-16), likely due to a failing transformer owned and operated by the Seafood Producers Cooperative.
On Saturday afternoon (01-24-16), one of the pilings supporting Sitka’s floatplane facility crumbled.
Project Homeless Connect creates a one-stop-shop for people who are, or who are at risk of, experiencing homelessness in Sitka.
Police are looking for Jeremy Beebe, age 42, after he failed to report to the Sitka jail to serve a 21-month sentence.