In all the moves over his 27 year Coast Guard career, Chief Alan Maloney of Air Station Sitka always seemed to find that swing. Listen in to the latest Speaking Tube as Alan shares his swing music, his swing stories … more
Matt, from Air Station Sitka, was in the studio to talk about his Alaskan experience. He reached back to some hits from the 90s and we also got to hear some B sides along the way. It was great to fit him in before he ships off to Washington this fall. Listen to the whole show here:
Our Winter Fellow, Emily Forman has arrived and will be part of the Raven Radio news team through May. Emily grew up in Rhode Island and received an undergraduate degree in Economics from Colby College in Waterville, Maine. She spent most … more
The Speaking tube is a new show on Tuesday nights, opposite the Assembly meeting. Host, Jessica Gibson is inviting members of the Coast Guard community in to speak with her and share their music and stories. Listen to the first two episodes here!
Raven Radio News Reporter Ed Ronco is moving to Seattle to become Morning Edition producer at KPLU in Seattle. He starts in October. Ed came to KCAW in September, 2009, from Indiana, where he covered business, politics and government at the South Bend Tribune. He's on the job here through the end of the month, but he plans to remain a proud member of Raven Radio for the rest of his life.
Former Mayor and namesake of Sitka’s airport, Rocky Gutierrez discusses his approach to life and politics in this 1984 interview conducted one week after he left the position of City Administrator. If you missed the Sunday broadcast, the half-hour interview … more
KCAW news intern Erik Neumann and his friend, Lacey Carnahan, pose at the firehall with the Sitka Mountain Rescue team who assisted them off Lucky Chance ridge. (KCAW photo/Robert Woolsey)
An unbelievable streak of beautiful summer weather came to an … more
KCAW 2012-13 Post-Graduate Fellow Anne Brice, with reporter Ed Ronco.
Anne Brice, Raven Radio’s first Post-Graduate Fellow in Community Journalism, completed her 30-week assignment at the station today (5-29-13). Her work covered a wide range of stories: everything from the … more
Raven Radio established itself as a force to be reckoned with in local endurance sports by capturing 2nd place (1:50:40) in the corporate category of the 29th annual Julie Hughes Triathlon last weekend (5-18-13). Post-graduate fellow Anne Brice (run) and news director Robert Woolsey (bike, swim) spent months developing the core strength and stamina needed to challenge the category favorite Hames Center (1:24:31), whom they lost to by a mere fraction of an hour. The near-victory proves that Raven is not only a black bird, but also a dark horse on wings.