Nearly eighty years ago Ed Ricketts and Jack Calvin transformed the way we think about marine biology. Now, new researchers are in Sitka, exploring the beaches that inspired them.
You may use Facebook to share photos from your summer vacation or goof off at work. But Sitka resident Rick Armstrong has found a different use for the social network -- he's using Facebook to try to catch a thief.
The Youth Advocates of Sitka provide a range of mental health services to young people, meeting what they say is a large, and often hidden, need on the island.
Yesterday (7-4-12) wasn't the sunniest Fourth of July, but the rain held off -- at least until after the parade -- and Sitka had a party. KCAW's Rachel Waldholz took a walk around town, and she sent us this audio postcard and slideshow.
Alaska’s ferry advisory panel wants a few changes in Southeast’s transportation system. That could include new roads, such as one across Baranof Island from Sitka, that would shorten ferry routes
Sealaska has lost some its California casino land to foreclosure. But the regional Native corporation says it won’t hinder the project.
Alaska’s Timber Jobs Task Force is looking for ways to increase logging and milling employment. It recently held its fifth meeting in Coffman Cove, on Prince of Wales Island.
The Alaska Native Brotherhood and Sisterhood are becoming closer. The longtime Southeast advocacy groups voted last week to work under the same, updated constitution. Before, they were separate.
Haida Energy is starting to build Prince of Wales Island’s next hydropower plant. But it stillThe Reynolds Creek hydroproject has long been a dream of the Haida village Native corporation, based in Hydaburg.