The Sitka Sound sac roe herring fishery is on two-hour notice, but seiners remained in the harbor for a second day in a row on Monday, awaiting a call from the Alaska Department of Fish and Game to open the fishery.
Sitka Mayor Gary Paxton held a town hall-style meeting last week (3-6-18), to gather information on the potential harm that could be inflicted on Alaska’s communities by the governor’s proposed budget. Meanwhile, the Sitka School Board and Assembly spent almost 4 hours looking for answers to school funding next year.
Students at Keet Gooshi Heen Elementary School in Sitka have been busy clowning around for last few days. They have donned red noses and taken to the stage to show off their clown alter egos. That’s with guidance from Roblin Gray Davis, a visiting teaching artist from the Juneau School District.
Raven Radio is kicking off our Spring Membership Drive with a bang! Any gifts made to KCAW from February 22nd, 2019 to March 31st will be entered into a drawing for an adventurous prize. You will have the chance to win a pair of round-trip tickets on Harris Air, going anywhere they fly.
As basketball season enters its final two weeks, Sitka Sentinel reporter Klas Stolpe joined KCAW's Robert Woolsey in the studio to discuss last weekend's 1A, 2A tournament and this week's ACA state playoffs.
Bobbi Jordan, Angela McGraw, and Roberta White discuss this year's Wearable Art Show (3 p.m. and 7 p.m. Saturday, March 16). The show will have 22 "sets" on the theme On The Edge. Only 400 tickets will be available for each show ($25/15). The evening performance will open with a performance by jazz vocalist Stephanie Rebecca Patton.