Becky Latanich, Chief of Interpretation and Education at Sitka National Historical Park, talks about their new 1-hour tour of Russian-American history through downtown Sitka. Downloadable audio.Read More
Anne Linkenhall, park ranger at the Sitka National Historical Park, describes all the activities planned for the Fourth of July. From 10:30 to noon at the Russian Bishop’s House , rangers dressed in period costumes will...
by Robert Woolsey, KCAW | Apr 6, 2012 | Local News
Sitka police and National Park rangers are looking for a man suspected of vandalizing the Russian Bishop’s House. Chief Ranger Chad Corey says a passing driver – two Saturdays ago (3-24-12) – reportedly saw a man breaking windows in the historic structure at around 9 in the evening. The suspect used only his hands to do the damage, and blood was found on the scene.