In the aftermath of last August's landslide, Sitka staged a 24-hour relief effort out of Grace Harbor Church, the nearest building with the capacity to feed dozens of relief workers, shelter neighborhood evacuees, and to comfort the hundreds of residents awaiting news of the victims.
In part 1 of a 5-part series looking back on the Sitka landslide, National Weather Service meteorologist Joel Curtis returns to the scene of “one of the major events” of his professional life.
by Robert Woolsey, KCAW | Aug 27, 2015 | Commentary
William Stortz was the most complicated man many of us will ever know. He was deep and steadfast and difficult to fathom. But complicated doesn’t mean contradictory. William measured his universe in long, deliberate strides.