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.
Some very low tides and very blue skies produced excellent beachcombing conditions in Sitka Wednesday (5-11-16). Sitka experienced only 8 days without rain since April 1.
The Sitka Sound Slayers were triumphant at the "United We Roll" State Tournament in Wasilla last weekend (4/22/16 - 4/23/16).
Mark Sixbey is a Tsimshian woodcarver who grew up in Metlakatla and now lives and teaches in Sitka. He brought a homemade guitar to the KCAW studios today (4-29-16).
The F/V Lady Louise handed out 5000 lbs. of freshly harvested roe to Sitkans today (03-29-16). The giveaway was sponsored by the Southeast Herring Conservation Alliance, with donations from the sac roe herring fleet.
As the fleet awaited word for an opening this morning, a smaller fishery was in action this afternoon (03-22-16). Staff at the Sitka Pioneer Home brought a dozen residents to jig for herring in ANB Harbor.
Sitka Conservation Society held its annual "We Love Our Fishermen Lunch" at Keet Gooshi Heen Elementary School today (2-17-16) to thank the commercial fishermen who donate salmon and other seafood to provide school lunch to students in Sitka.
The newly renovated Sitka Public Library received its first truckload of books this morning (01-08-15). Librarians and volunteers began to stock the shelves.
Whether traveling by bike or on foot, is Sitka Community Hospital is encouraging Sitkans to make themselves visible. "Be Bright at Night" is a safety project led by SCH, the Sitka Police Department and the Police and Fire Commission.
Though the 68 Russian performers are still in Moscow, awaiting visas, one Russian did step off the plane today (10-17-15). Russian Deputy Consul General Khalit Aisin will be in Sitka all this weekend to partake in the Alaska Day festivities.