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City administrator, attorney receive high praise

The Sitka Assembly held evaluations for it’s two employees Tuesday (04-18-17). And while it was the first review for City Attorney Brian Hanson and the last for City Administrator Mark Gorman, both city staffers received exemplary marks.

Scheer: Mariculture poised to come of age in Alaska

Alaska’s mariculture industry is in its infancy compared to other regions of the world, but some believe it has the potential to be much larger -- maybe worth as much as $1 billion within three decades.

Floating artist residency explores “signal-to-noise” in Southeast

The Island Institute is hosting its second "Tidelines" ferry tour through Ketchikan, Juneau, Gustavus, Hoonah, Sitka, and points between. Executive Director Peter Bradley and participating artist Nina Elder talk about the tour so far and this year's theme, "Signal to Noise."

Aesop’s Fables and Antigone in one acts

The show debuts Friday April 21, 7pm; Saturday April 22, 2pm & 7pm. Odess Theater in Allen Hall. $10 general / $5 students & seniors. Children under 5 are free.

Parade of Species celebrates Earth Day

The Parade of the Species 2017 is April 21st. The event will start at 2:45 at Totem Square and end at the Sitka Sound Science Center for an Earth Day Celebration.

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