The 2018 Sitka High School Theater production of Agatha Christie’s “The Mousetrap” includes a cast of eccentric characters and a murderer who whistles nursery rhymes. And it’s not just a question of “whodunit.” The future of Sitka High’s theater program is uncertain too.
Sitka Counseling is tucked away in the woods behind Sitka National Historical Park, but it is a very visible player in the mental health of the community. The organization now has 37 staff members in 10 departments, and a budget of $2.8 million.
Sitka’s Chamber of Commerce got its first taste of election-year politics during its luncheon meeting this week (5-16-18). Representative Mike Chenault is running in the Republican primary for governor.
The Blue Lake Road reopened last week, but for the City of Sitka, increasing public access comes with a price. Maegan Bosak and Shilo Williams joined us to talk about how citizens can protect the Blue Lake Watershed.
Allison Nelson is the the current Scientist in Residence Fellow (SIRF) at the Sitka Sound Science Center. She came to Sitka to further her research on the migratory patterns of the Hermit Thrush. Nelson is the founder and director of Gold Country Avian Studies, based in the foothills of California’s Sierra Nevada Mountains.
Applications for KCAW's full time general manager being sought now, with initial screening May 27th. Click here to learn more. This is a full time, executive position at the station, reporting to a community-elected Board of Directors and supervising a staff of six and 100+ active volunteers.