The Morning Interview

The Morning Interview airs at 8:18 AM, Mon – Fri.

Scavenger hunts and summer camps at SSSC

Blues Cruise 2011As spring nears, Janet Clarke, education manager at Sitka Sound Science Center was joined by Science Outreach Coordinator Mia Kuartei to talk about several upcoming events. Downloadable audio.

Keeping patients safe within the hospital

Sitka Community Hospital. (Photo courtesy of the Sitka Community Hospital Foundation)Kat Richards, the acute care ER manager at Sitka Community Hospital, was joined by Quality Improvement Director Leslie Fulton talk about National Patient Safety Awareness Week (March 13th - March 19th). Downloadable audio.

Sitka teens get gold in Greenland

awg_2016_logoWrestlers Josh Goeden and Sydnee Kimber talk about competing --and placing-- in the Arctic Winter Games in Greenland. Downloadable audio.

Springtime brings ArtiGras show and tell

20140302_WearableArts_Waldholz_1Greater Sitka Arts Council's Sarah Lawrie and Jeff Budd outline the schedule for the 9th annual ArtiGras Festival, with events from March 18th - April 2nd in Sitka.

Love Canon marries bluegrass with 80’s music

DSC_9617-876x470Love Canon, a five-member "super-80s bluegrass hits machine" from Charlottesville, North Carolina, will be performing 7 p.m. Saturday, March 12 at the Odess Theater. Downloadable audio.

Bennett on a mission to enroll veterans for benefits

rotate_Anchorage_340x210George Bennett Sr., Rural Veteran Liaison with the Alaska Veterans Administration, talks about enrollment into the Alaska VA and veteran's benefits. Downloadable audio.

USCG offers free dockside vessel safety exams

boatreflectionSteve Ramp is the vessel safety examiner for the US Coast Guard. He'll be offering free, dockside vessel safety examinations for commercial fishing vessels this spring. Downloadable audio.

MEHS Cheer squad prepped for regional tourney

The Mt. Edgecumbe Cheerleaders leave the floor at halftime in 2013. (KCAW Photo/Robert Woolsey)Mt. Edgecumbe High cheerleaders Makayla Heckerman (sr-Kodiak) and Katie Peterson (sr-Old Harbor) report on plans for this week's Region V Basketball tournament. With Daily Sitka Sentinel sports editor Tom Hesse. Downloadable audio.

St. Baldrick’s leads the fight against pediatric cancer

15-year-old Celia Lubin has her head shaved during the 2013 St. Baldrick's Fundraiser in Sitka. (KCAW photo/Rebecca LaGuire)Dr. Dave Vastola, Craig Warren, and Brend, Val, and Phinneas Edwards explain why it's a great idea to shave your heads, Friday, March 18 at the Elks Club. St. Baldrick's Day has become a leading national funder of children's cancer research.

Sitka Youth Orchestra to perform Beethoven, Strauss

Sitka Youth Orchestra presents its 15th annual spring concert at 7 p.m. on Monday, March 7, at at the Sitka Performing Arts Center.