The Morning Interview
Greg Yoder is a licensed professional counselor at a hospice in Arizona. He is a presenter at this weekend's Southeast Alaska Regional Grief Support Conference, hosted by Brave Heart Volunteers.
Dr. Todd O'Hara is in town for WhaleFest and the Scientists in Schools program. Dr. O’Hara is the Professor and Associate Dean Department of Veterinary Medicine at University of Alaska Fairbanks.
Volleyball players Natalie Galanin and Elle Gray provide this update as their volleyball season comes to a close.
Don Sineti returns to Sitka for Whalefest 2014. Sineti is a folksinger, songwriter, and part-time sea chanteyman at Mystic Seaport Museum in Connecticut.
Assistant District Attorney Jean Seaton and paralegal Elisabeth Schafer talk about how criminal process serves victims and perpetrators of domestic violence. October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month.
Koby Wyland, 11, was recognized as the "Safe Kid of the Month" at Sitka Community Hospital. He was joined by Patrick Williams and Ann Wilkinson.
Jennifer Robinson shares information about upcoming events hosted by the Sitka Chamber of Commerce.
Jacob Mahoney (Bass II, senior) and Darius Harried (Tenor II, sophomore) are two students from Mt. Edgecumbe that took part in the Southeast Alaska Honor Music Festival this year.
Dr. Elliot Bruhl had planned to present on osteoarthritis. However, given the current Ebola outbreak, changed his topic to Ebola understanding and preparedness.
Phil Mooney with the Alaska Department of Fish & Game talks about the deer habitat study, begun this summer with variety of agencies.