The Morning Interview
Sitkans are invited to participate in Relay for Life, a world-wide event to raise money for the American Cancer Society. The time to register your team is now. Downloadable audio.
Sitka's Safe Streets Ordinance went into effect yesterday (5-26-16), which prohibits hands-on use of cellphones while driving. Downloadable audio.
Sitka Sportsman's Association president Steve Ramp and Salmon Derby chairman John McCrehin discuss the expanded boundaries for the 61st Annual Sitka Salmon Derby, which kicks off this weekend (5-28-16). Downloadable audio.
Kevin Knox and Aaron Prussian are two of the organizers of the 32nd Julie Hughes Triathlon, one of Alaska's first. Downloadable audio.
Sitka High School softball pitcher Zoe Krupa talks with Tom Hesse, sports reporter at the Daily Sitka Sentinel, about a Juneau tournament over the weekend (5-14-16). Downloadable audio.
Director Frances Donohoe and writer/performer Zack Desmond talk about Tides, an original aerial performance from Sitka Cirque that tells the story of two young lovers whose story created the moon and tides. Featuring acts on silks, lyra, and trapeze. Sat May 21, 7pm at the Naa Kahidi House; Sun May 22, 2pm Matinee & 7pm evening show. Ticket sales go towards scholarships and new equipment. Downloadable audio.
Financial planners Cyndy Gibson, Rene Russ and Brian Fields will be giving a public presentation on emotional underpinnings of financial decisions and market volatility at the Sealing Cove Business Center on May 13. Downloadable audio.
Sitka Sound Slayers Double DeckHer (Betsy Decker), Barb Gored'em (Carlene Gagnon), and Risky Mistress (Sarah Newhouse) discuss this weekend's state championship rematch against Juneau, 7 PM Sat May 14, Hames Center, tickets $15 at Old Harbor Books. In April the Slayers defeated Juneau in the finals of the state roller derby tournament. Juneau is returning in a grudge match. Downloadable audio.