Author: Ed Ronco, KCAW

Stellar Stardust

Thanks to EVERYONE who made the Stardust Ball a fun, creative, and rockin' good time! Photos courtesy of Megan Pasternak.

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On the way

In Wrangell, master carver Wayne Price prepares to board the Sitka-based Coast Guard cutter Maple which is taking two red cedar trees to Sitka for a memorial totem pole Price is working on.

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Tenakee students wade into science

Teachers at Tenakee School hope that a new way of learning science will better connect their students to what amounts to a giant outdoor laboratory surrounding their school.

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Tenakee takeoff

John Reed moves a Harris Air Cessna 185 sea plane into position for takeoff from the Tenakee Sea Plane base on Monday morning.

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Library hopes to apply for state grant

The library has been considering an expansion for nearly 10 years. Before it can apply for state grants to help fund it, the city-owned facility must first get permission from the Sitka Assembly.

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Food co-op hopes to take root in Sitka

Living in Alaska can sometimes make it difficult to get your hands on certain items. And the organizers of a new food cooperative say nowhere is that more apparent than when it comes to cheap organic food. The group has been ordering food in bulk since the summer, and it’s hoping to grow in the months ahead.

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