Sitka Community Theater presents The Flattering Word
this weekend (7PM Fri Mar 27, Sat Mar 28, and 5 PM Sun Mar 29, Sitka Performing Arts Center, $10/8 Old Harbor Books or at the door). The one-act play was written in 1915, but touches humorously on modern themes of morality in the church and theater. With producer Shannon Haugland, actor Destony Rosas, and techie Monica Ague.
ADF&G's authority to set subsistence bag limits is being tested in the Alaska Supreme Court. Justices this month heard oral arguments by former state Sen. Albert Kookesh and three friends cited in 2009 for overfishing their subsistence permits.
Of all the traditional seafoods in Southeast Alaska, none are more shrouded in myth -- and genuine risk -- than clams and mussels. For subsistence harvesters, there has been no way to measure the risk of paralytic shellfish poisoning -- until now. In part 1 of a two-part series, KCAW reports on a partnership among Southeast tribes to create a regional water monitoring program.
Sitka High Lady Wolves head coach Sondra Lundvick and players Sid Riggs (sr) and Zosha Krupa (soph) talk about their team's journey from the losers' bracket in the Regional tournament to winning the state 3A championship.
The 2015 Raven Radio mugs are in! This year the mugs are hand-made pottery created right here in the USA, and features a logo by Vern Culp, from the original sign-on poster in 1982. Every mug is hand-glazed, making each … more
The Sitka Youth Leadership Committee has gotten behind the "Choose Respect" March, which will happen in Sitka this Thursday (Noon, Thu Mar 26, Totem Square to Crescent Shelter). Committee members Justice Lysons, Reba Dundas, and Millie Nanoyk discuss SYLC's mission and growing involvement with "Choose Respect." With the SAFV Shelter's Julia Smith and Martina Kurzer.
Island Institute director Peter Bradley welcomes Sitkans to tonight's annual Auction
and Pizza Party (7 PM Fri Mar 20, Harrigan Centennial Hall, $15 at Old Harbor Books or online
), featuring gourmet pizza and music by the Fulton Boys. Saturday evening, supporters of the Institute will gather to honor the three-decade contribution of Carolyn Servid and Dorik Mechau (6 PM Sat Mar 21, Dell Shirley Room, Allen Memorial, ticket information online).
Department of Transportation officials are now considering large fare increases for commercial customers, those moving trucks and container vans via ferry.
Mt. Edgecumbe Preschool board president Dan Dunn and staff member Erika Knox describe the organization's "Cardboard World" fundraising event (5-7 PM Thu Mar 26, Harrigan Centennial Hall, $15/$5). A spaghetti dinner, dessert auction, and cardboard play are featured.