The Sitka boys cross country team took home first place at the recent Region V race (09/24/16), with Mt. Edgecumbe coming in second. The girls finished second behind Petersburg, and Mt. Edgecumbe girls placed third.
Just like these curators at the Alaska State Museum, Sitkans are invited to take a magnitude 7.1 ride on the Alaska Earthquake Simulator, this weekend (September 3 & 4) at the Firehall and SeaMart.
Garrison Keillor came to Sitka on the two-week Prairie Home Companion cruise, which previously traveled through Alaska in 2006. He also paid a visit to pen pal and Sitka park ranger Jasa Woods.
Today (08-25-16), the Sitka National Historical Park celebrated the 100th anniversary of the creation of the National Park Service, also known as Founder's Day.
Dedication Ceremony for the “Huna Ancestor’s House”
Xunaa Shuká Hít –roughly translated as “ Huna Ancestor’s House” – will be the first permanent clan house in Glacier Bay since Tlingit villages were destroyed by an advancing glacier over … more
Students participating in Sitka Sound Science Center's summer camp week, aptly named "Dem Bones," recently finished assembling the skeleton of a California sea lion.
Hugh Bevan recorded this short video of a magnificent brown bear on a Sitka area trailcam. In honor of this summer's Pokemon craze, Bevan named the bear "Crunchie."
Sitka Fine Arts Camp's high school camp is wrapping up as students prepare for their final performance.
The cruise ship Norwegian Sun was delayed in Sitka Thursday night (6-23-16) due to a mechanical problem with the anchor gear.
Pacific High School students have practiced karate, done somersaults in the air and walked on balance beams -- all in the last week.
The school has been holding a "boot camp" of sorts to expose students to different fitness regimes.