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SSSC to host Salmon Culture Lab

Sockeye swimming upstream in Yakutat. (USFS photo/Nate Catterson)Angie Bowers will be teaching a Salmon Culture Lab October 26th - 28th at the Sitka Sound Science Center. The class is offered through the University of Alaska Southeast's Fisheries Technology Program. Downloadable audio.

Sitkans Can Dance this Saturday!

Sitkans Can Dance is sponsored by the Greater Sitka Arts Council and the Sitka Studio of Dance and will take place this Saturday, Oct 22 7pm at the Sitka Performing Arts Center. Downloadable audio.

Sitka Health Summit to brainstorm wellness initiatives

newsitkahealthsummitlogoThis year's summit takes place this Friday (10/21/16) 8:30am to 4pm at UAS. To register, visit Downloadable audio.

Blood Bank of Alaska seeks blood and cookies

The blood drive will take place on Thursday, October 20th and Friday, October 21st, 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. at Harrigan Centennial Hall in Room 1.

Young Performers to present Robin Hood

Sergio Fisher and his wife, Fay, stand on the stage at the Performing Arts Center in Sitka. Fisher was the architect who designed the interior of the theater. It was his first time back to Sitka since the building opened in 2007. (KCAW photo by Ed Ronco)Zeke Blackwell, director of the Young Performers' Theater with the Sitka Fine Arts Camp, and two of his young actors talk about their upcoming production of Robin Hood. Downloadable audio.

Sitka celebrates 50th anniversary of National Historic Preservation Act

A view to the north of Sitka's 'Indian Village,' c. 1890. (Edward DeGroff photo, US Library of Congress)This year marks the 50th anniversary of National Historic Preservation Act. There's a history walk from 1-4pm on Saturday, October 15th and a presentation on the architecture of Sheldon Jackson campus on Thursday, Oct. 20 at 7pm. Downloadable audio.

SSSC hosts Army Corps social scientist

Along with taking part in Whale Fest, Dr. Ward will give a natural history seminar talk at UAS room 229, Thursday Oct. 27 at 7:30 pm. The title of the talk is "Magic and Models: Sense of place and the speed of need." Downloadable audio.

Upcoming college fair to bring reps from around the country

Sitka High School is hosting a College Fair this Thursday, October 13th from 10 a.m. to 3 pm in the gym. About 50 college representatives will be there, including every school in Alaska and from schools as far away as NYU. Downloadable audio.

Meet Raven Radio’s winter fellow, Emily Russell!

KCAW's Post-Graduate Fellow bird hunting in Nome, Alaska. (Photo courtesy of Emily Russell.)Emily Kwong spoke to Emily Russell about moving to Fairbanks to pursue a Master's degree in Northern Studies, getting her start in radio at KNOM in Nome, eating whale on St. Lawrence Island, and missing the sport of squash in Alaska. Downloadable audio.

Alaska Day to celebrate nursing on the Last Frontier

Alaska Day 2014. (KCAW Photo/Emily Kwong)Alaska Day Committee member Elaine Strelow talks about the full schedule of events. She's joined by Marilyn Coruzzi, a major promoter this year for the theme: “Nursing in the Last Frontier." Downloadable audio.