We now have the new t-shirts in at the Raven Radio retail shop! They come in unisex and women's cuts and sizes. The unisex shirts come in black with white screen printing, or grey with black screen printing. The women's come in black and white. Stop by the retail shop and pick one up!
In an effort to share Raven Radio's own story with a broader audience in Sitka and further afield we broadcast our annual meeting for the first time on Tuesday, December 18th, 2012. Check it out here if you missed it!
Our friend Gerry Fleming dropped off his Christmas cactus today -- a loan, he said, to brighten up the place. Maybe the only thing more cheerful than the plant is Gerry himself.
The Weather Channel's hit series Coast Guard Alaska
was in Sitka again this week to film an episode on the dramatic rescue of the crew of the fishing vessel Kaitlin Rae, which sank off Cape Edgecumbe on September 7, 2012. The boat's skipper, Stonie "Mac" Huffman, drifted ten miles in his survival suit before being picked up; 19-year-old crewman Ryan Harris drifted overnight in a fish tote. The show's producers called the station an asked us to help re-create local media during the event. We did not have to twist Ed's arm to put him in front of the camera. Before coming to Sitka, he hosted his newspaper's webcast.
2012 summer intern Rachel Waldholz and staff reporter Ed Ronco won awards for stories they produced earlier this year.
The Raven Radio 30th Anniversary mugs have arrived.
If you live in Sitka and are on the list from the Fall Drive
feel free to stop by the station weekdays to pick up
your mug. If you live outside of Sitka and selected a
mug as your thank you gift we will mail one to you.
Thank you for your patience!
Meet Raven Radio’s new Program Coordinator, Rebecca LaGuire. Rebecca is the daughter of Michael and Jackie LaGuire, was raised in Sitka and attended both Mt. Edgecumbe and Sitka High School. She began volunteering at Raven Radio through the “Gender Equity … more
KCAW bid farewell this weekend to Rachel Waldholz, our summer intern from the University of California Berkeley's Graduate School of Journalism. Click through to hear some of Rachel's work.
KCAW's Morning Edition listeners can finally lay one of life's big mysteries to rest: A Jojo is a giant, baked french fry -- not a tater tot.
A little mid-July sunshine is perfect for ripening up this season's crop of salmonberries. Caitlin Woolsey, daughter of KCAW news director Robert Woolsey, is a self-described berry addict. This is her twist on The Alaska Wild Berry Cookbook's "Salmonberry Cream Pie." A recent dinner guest (from a land with no salmonberries) took one bite and said, "This pie is mind-blowing!"