The Morning Interview
KCAW general manager Ken Fate and development director Amy Kramer Johnson visit the studio to talk about the station's Solstice Cruise, happening on Friday night, June 20, 2014
Graduate students from the University of Michigan and Sitka Conservation Society's Marjorie Hennessy discuss their current fieldwork on Kruzof Island.
The new executive director of the Sitka Maritime Heritage Society, Carole Gibb, speaks about summer plans for Japonski Island boat house rehabilitation, a Fourth of July fundraiser and upcoming planned free classes on historic window and door restoration.
A community institution for over 50 years, the White Elephant Shop is a thrift store and so much more. The all-volunteer organization has donated over a million dollars to local non-profits, and now the White Elephant board has hired Karen Martinsen as the organization's first paid staff member.
Two members of the Catalyst String Quarter - Karla Donehew-Perez and Paul Laraia - visit KCAW's studio to talk about Glenn Gould, Bach, how the Catalyst Quartet formed and their work at the Sitka Summer Music Festival.
Coach Ed Conway of the Sitka Wolves - newly-crowned state high school baseball champions - talks to KCAW's Brian Hanson about the road to winning.
Patrick Williams of Sitka Community Hospital's Injury Prevention Program discusses June as Alcohol Awareness Month.
The municipal Sitka Tree and Landscaping Committee acting president Joe D'Arienzo and newest member Deb Miller outline upcoming plantings, the creation of a new tree ordinance and an upcoming Arbor Day planting event.
Dr. Lucy Vlietstra, is a marine ecologist with the US Coast Guard Academy. During her Scientist in Residency Fellowship at the Sitka Sound Science Center, she'll be exploring opportunities for creating an academic program for cadets in Sitka. For more information about the SIRF program, visit the Sitka Sound Science Center online.
State baseball tournament director Mike Vieira talks with KCAW's Brian Hanson about the logistics of running the first-ever state tournament held in Southeast Alaska. The tournament opens Thursday June 5 in Sitka's Moller Field.