Month: September 2011

Thu Sep 29, 2011

https://www.kcaw.org/wp-content/uploads/2011/09/news_092911.mp3 Southeast voters to fill local gov’t seats, decide tax issues; AK Mental Health Trust proposes administrative land exchange with USFS; Tlingit & Haida Central Council applies for planning...

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Wed Sep 28, 2011

https://www.kcaw.org/wp-content/uploads/2011/09/news_092811.mp3 Assembly dialogue with Sealaska execs more civil than past meetings; Ploughshares Fund argues that dismantling the US nuclear arsenal will benefit both the economy and...

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Goat on the go

Billy goat #18 heads for high ground above Blue Lake after being tranquilized and collared by biologists with the Alaska Department of Fish & Game. Due to increased hunting pressure in drainages near Sitka, and a hard cap on the harvest of nannies, the department has closed by Emergency Order all goat hunting between Sitka and Necker Bay, effective Thursday, September 29, 2011.

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Sealaska fields questions from Assembly, public

Three executives from Sealaska Corporation spent more than two hours in front of the Sitka Assembly last night, taking questions from Assembly members and citizens. The discussion surrounded the regional native corporation’s controversial land selection legislation, as well as separate plans to select land around Redoubt Falls – a popular subsistence fishing location south of Sitka.

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How to make a ONE DAY DRIVE?

You want us to do it. We want to do it! Other stations already do it, so we know ONE DAY DRIVES can be done. But how? Here’s how. We can make our goals of $45,000 and 450 pledges by asking you to make your pledge now. We’ll take care of business NOW… then on Friday October 7th, we’ll spend just ONE DAY fundraising on the air. That’s it … 6am to 10pm and won’t go into the next day no matter what. ONE DAY. Of course we’ll need your help. Please BECOME A MEMBER, or renew your membership...

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Assembly, Sealaska to meet

The Sitka Assembly will hold a discussion with officials from Sealaska Corporation during the regular Assembly meeting scheduled for Tuesday evening.

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And they’re off!

Sitkans take off from the starting line at the annual Running of the Boots on Saturday, Sept. 25. The event, now in its 17th year, marks the end of the tourism season. It includes live music, contests, and a race in which contestants wear Xtratuf boots.

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