Are you concerned about Sitka’s finances? Maybe you have some ideas to help the town work better? Listen here to the February 27 TOWN HALL meeting, where city administrator Mark Gorman, a panel of Sitka’s previous administrators, and a live audience debated Sitka’s future challenges. more
Harry Chartier founded “Comin’ Up Country” in the early 90′s. When Harry passed away in the winter of 2014 his friends and family gathered at the station to share music and memories. Listen here… more
You spoke, we listened!
After a month-long test of our new morning lineup, we’ve taken your feedback and created what we hope combines KCAW’s tradition of providing the best local, state, and national news available, with the predictability you’ve come to rely on from your community station.
While there’s much to like about where we’re headed with the morning schedule, many of us were happier with Local News at its original times at 6:49 and 7:49. For other changes, check out our revised Morning Edition rundown beginning Monday, September 30, 2013. more
USGC Air Station Sitka pilot Brooks Crawford and his wife Caitlin say a very special Sitka Farewell, with Jess Gibson on KCAW’s Good Day Radio show on Tuesday morning (7-16-13). Friendships formed in the Coast Guard have to endure long absences, as typical postings for career officers last only three years. Gibson asked the Crawfords to share their favorite music, and some of their experiences during their Sitka tour. The show was filmed by a camera crew from the television hit Coast Guard Alaska. more
This week on Sitka Sports, Mike Viera is joined by Charles, Chris and Josh Horan to talk about the up-coming Alpine Run. They’ll discuss the creation of the run and share some of their favorite stories of the last 19 years of Alpine Adventure Runs. Tune in Saturday, June 13th at 10:30 am. more
Nelson Kanuk is a senior at Mt. Edgecumbe High School, in Sitka. He’s also the lead plaintiff in a lawsuit against the state of Alaska. KCAW’s story on Kanuk by reporter Ed Ronco was featured this week (3-14-13) on NPR’s All Things Considered. more
NPR investigative reporter Daniel Zwerdling’s three-part series on sustainable seafood began airing during All Things Considered on Monday evening, February 12, 2013. Because of this story’s unusual length (22 minutes), KCAW’s automation system interrupted the broadcast with routine programming announcements. Please accept our apologies for this glitch. Listen to all three stories in the series, uninterrupted, here. more