"Today is a point in time when Sitka needs a mayor that will look at all the possibilities for economic growth, and be creative and open to new ideas. When we bring people together and build on the assets that we have, we can do a great deal to grow and build an economy that works today and in the future."
"As mayor, I would work with the people of Sitka to explore every idea for making Sitka a better place to live in all aspects. I would work hard to make Sitka's government an open and respectful entity. I would also work with the state, the legislature, the U.S. Congress and industry groups to improve Sitka's economy."
My name is Gayle Young and I work with the Sitka neurodevelopmental diagnostic team. I would like to tell you something wonderful and something hard. This is the very good part: Many parents are contacting the Team to ask that their children to be evaluated for FASD. And this is the very hard part: Some current statistics are not hopeful. 80% of people with Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders will not keep jobs without on-going support.
in Sitka, races bring a little something extra—a different set of universalities—and this June’s (6-23-12) solstice run at Medvejie was no exception. While 80 degrees and sunny is hardly a Sitka norm, the angles and curves of the mountainous horizon—all granite and forest and snow, more rugged and high than I remember when they have disappeared behind a wall of fog—are rarely around for other races.
Haley Christopher learns the value of patience during a visit with her grandparents, in her essay "Good Things Need Time." Students in Rebecca Himschoot’s fifth-grade class wrote “This I Believe” essays over the winter. The assignment was based on NPR’s well-known series of the same name by producer Jay Allison.