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House District 36 had a reasonably good turnout for Tuesday's primary election, with about 24 percent of registered voters showing up at the polls.
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Ketchikan has more than 2,000 school-age children who need capable leadership, people who will set policy and oversee that it is followed.
A 24-year-old Ketchikan man faces two felony charges and a misdemeanor after police found him unresponsive behind the wheel of a running vehicle Monday.
The Ketchikan Gateway Borough Assembly adopted an ordinance Monday that will raise various airport fees, including the cost to ride the airport ferry.
OPINION: Ernest Gruening took pride in Alaska's Anti-Discrimination Act, but racism didn't vanish with the stroke of a pen.
Three more candidates have filed for local office. Ketchikan City Council Member Dick Coose seeks to keep his seat while Kevin Staples, a political newcomer filed to run for Council; and former Ketchikan Gateway Borough Assembly Member David Landis is running for borough mayor.
A public hearing and second reading for an ordinance that would increase a number of fees at the airport, including the cost to ride the ferry, is on Monday's Ketchikan Gateway Borough Assembly agenda.
Gubernatorial, congressional and legislative races will be on the primary ballot, along with Ballot Measure 1. While the measure will be decided, the candidates who acquire the most votes will proceed to the November general election.
Video captures moment huge whale flips the sea lion out of the water, sending it spinning a dozen times though the air The awesome power of a killer whale was laid bare when this unfortunate sea lion was sent into a spectacular airborne spin after a tail flick from the aquatic beast.
How do you incorporate visual art into a history class? Or theater into a math class? Ketchikan public school teachers had the chance to answer questions like these in a two-week arts program called the Basic Arts Institute.
This May 2013 photo from the Alaska Journal of Commerce shows the ferry Susitna in Ketchikan, Alaska.
When Pier One Theatre goes dark between its Youth Theatre production in late July and the closing show in late August, what's the Homer Spit's funky little red theater going to do? The silvers are jumping, tourists still visit and though school might be looming, it would be a shame to let the theater go empty.
The newly appointed Commandant of the U.S. Coast Guard, Admiral Paul Zukunft, toured the Ketchikan base Wednesday with Sen. Lisa Murkowski.
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Updated: Wed Aug 20, 2014 04:02 pm
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