On Thanksgiving, one bird rules them all. But how do they get to Baranof Island in the first place?
Here's a program on the history of the Sage Building produced by Lisa Busch who interviewed Gil Truitt, Nancy Yaw Davis, Stacy Golden, Cleo Brylinsky, Heather Woody, Jay Stelzenmueller and Kathy Kyle.
Ready for a trip to Hawaii, Mexico, Florida? Tickets for the annual Raven Radio Raffle are available this Saturday at the Farmer's Market, Sunday at Sea Mart from 3-5pm and weekdays at the station, $10 each. The winning ticket holder will win 2 tickets on Alaska Airlines to any Alaska Airlines destination with no blackout dates. Please contact Amy at 747-5877 with questions.
The municipal Sitka Tree and Landscaping Committee acting president Joe D'Arienzo and newest member Deb Miller outline upcoming plantings, the creation of a new tree ordinance and an upcoming Arbor Day planting event.
May 17th marked the second official Roller Derby Bout by the Sitka Sound Slayers, and Raven Radio was there to broadcast it live! If you missed it, you can hear it now right here.
The Sealaska regional Native corporation does not appear to be making much – if any – money.
Today is our One Day Drive! The station is bursting with music and voices, as we welcome volunteers, guests, musicians, and you! We've reached $52,856 in contributions so far - help us meet our Spring Goal of $85,000! Don't wait - donate now!
And THANK YOU to everyone who has contributed so far!
Our One Day Drive is Friday, April 4th and will culminate with live music at the Cable House! Regal Cheese from 7-8 and The Lost Boys from 8-10pm. We’ll be broadcasting the performances live so you can come down, or … more
It’s easy to argue that the healthcare industry is an important part of Southeast Alaska’s economy. But while some operations are expanding, others are cutting back.
Your high school might have had a wrestling team, but how many wrestlers were girls? There are more than a dozen girls on Sitka’s Mt. Edgecumbe High School wrestling team, and they regularly beat boys in their weight class. The team is tackling more than just gender barriers; they’re paving the way for the first girls sanctioned wrestling tournament in the state of Alaska.