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.
Stephen Rhoads had a big surprise on his 40th birthday this week when he found his boat was decked out with hearts, banners and balloons in Eliason Harbor.
Baranof Elementary begins the school year with a day of experiential learning, devoted entirely to Sitka salmon.
What has sunshine, music, tartan plaid, and a lot of guys and gals tossing heavy objects about? Sitka's 6th Annual Seafood Festival.
At the Pacific High graduation last Thursday (05-21-15), five students donned robes for a ceremony at Sheet'ka Kwaan Naa Kahidi. It was a full house as the all-Native Alaskan class took the stage.
Sitka Community Theater brought new life to a nearly 100-year-old play in their spring performance (Friday, 3-27-15 to Sunday, 3-29-15), The Flattering Word.
Taking pen and ink to paper, artist Norm Campbell brings Alaska's natural world to life. Campbell recently completed a two week class at Keet Gooshi Heen Elementary School on the art of "invented landscapes." His class is a part of the Sitka Fine Arts Camp's "Artists in the Schools" residencies.
As part of Discover Your Potential Week at Blatchley Middle School in Sitka, twenty girls joined seventh-grade science teacher Bridgette Whitcomb (aka "The Filthy Oar") and other members of the Sitka Sound Slayers to learn about the sport of flat-track Roller Derby.