Author: KCAW Staff

‘Leveling up’ your knowledge around local foods

Lione Claire, with the Sitka Conservation Society, and Jennifer Nu, with the Southeast Alaska Watershed Coalition, are co-organizing the first-ever Local Foods Challenge. The program is intended to share information, resources, and place-based advice from around the region. Sign up at the salt and soil website. With KCAW's Robert Woolsey.

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City to receive over $14 million in CARES Act funding

The Sitka Assembly is meeting tonight at 6 p.m. in a hastily-convened work session, to review how it may distribute CARES Act funding. The Alaska Legislature met in Juneau on Monday and ratified a spending plan for over $1 billion in federal relief funds in the state. Now, municipalities have to come up with local plans.

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The city is reopening: What can Sitkans expect?

After nearly two months, the city is reopening, but it's not fully business-as-usual. City Administrator John Leach joined KCAW's Erin Fulton in the studio to give an overview of what residents can expect as city departments and buildings reopen to the public.

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Assembly moves to negotiate haulout agreement

The Sitka Assembly has approved a request from the Gary Paxton Industrial Park board to enter into contract negotiations with WC Enterprises to build and operate a marine haulout in Sitka.  The company proposes completing the...

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