The Morning Interview

The Morning Interview airs at 8:16 AM, Mon – Fri.

Path of Hope continues to inspire cancer survivors, families

Path_of_HopeFounding member Carolyn Fredrickson reminds us about the work of the Sitka Cancer Survivors Society. Fredrickson discusses the grant program and a memorial path behind Moller Field. Downloadable audio.

Boys Run needs coaches!

Crossing the line in the 2014 Boys Run final event. (SAFV photo/Anne Brice)Lauren Havens and Tristan Guevin are recruiting coaches for Boys Run I toowú klatseen, an after school program for boys in 3rd through 5th grade that teaches life skills through a culturally responsive curriculum that creatively integrates running. Downloadable audio.

REACH homeschool a flexible alternative for families

Toby Campbell is the REACH Homeschool coordinator for the Sitka School District. REACH provides educational support while honoring parental choice in curricular materials and methodology based upon the specific needs of each individual child. Learn more about REACH here. Downloadable audio.

Sitka Kitch brings canning classes online

Sitka_Kitch_logoLisa Sadleir-Hart and Kathy Jones discuss upcoming canning, smoking, and chutney classes at the Sitka Kitch. Also in September look for Chef Kathy's kale workshop. For more information visit the Sitka Kitch online. Downloadable audio.

UAS receives grant to offer new support services

sitkaentryChris Washko, Student Services Manager at University of Alaska Southeast, and Grants Manager David Felts joined us in the studio to give an update about the upcoming year at the university. Downloadable audio

New urgent care clinic offers options for Sitkans

4952166117_a1683a1242_z (1)Mountainside Family Healthcare's new Urgent Care clinic is now offering services to the public. Patrick Williams, the clinic's business manager, and Leah Rose, a triage nurse, joined us in the studio to talk about the services the clinic offers. Downloadable audio.

“Change Your Latitude” open water swim enters tenth year

1kKevin Knox joined us in the studio to discuss the Change Your Latitude open water swim. Knox organizes the event, which will take place Sunday, August 7. Downloadable audio

Whitmore Hall gets a facelift

1_whitmore-sb-940x470The Sitka Fine Arts Camp is restoring the facade of the Whitmore building this fall. Crew Leader Larry Jackson is joined by interns with the Historic Restoration program. Downloadable audio.

Polar scientist talks Antarctica, climate change

0613_mcclintockDr. Jim McClintock, visiting polar scientist at the Sitka Sound Science Center, and Lauren Bell, director of the scientist in residence program, joined us in the studio. Downloadable audio.

Sourdough Day to honor pioneers and elders

Panelist Lisa Busch also made this observation: "Sitka isn't gentrifying. It's getting older. And that actually represents an economic opportunity." (Flickr photo/Germán Parra)This Saturday (07-30-16), Braveheart Volunteers is hosting an event at the Pioneer Home that invites "sourdoughs" - elders and pioneers - to tell stories while eating sourdough pancakes. Downloadable audio.