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Ketchikan High School wins state Academic Decathlon competition  Alaska Public Radio Network

Ketchikan High School's Academic Decathlon team won the state championship Saturday in Anchorage. They will be headed to the national competition in April.



Retired Ketchikan teacher, pastor charged with sexual abuse of a minor  Alaska Public Radio Network

Recently retired Ketchikan High School teacher and local pastor Doug Edwards has been arrested and charged with three counts of sexual abuse of a minor.



Ketchikan High Academic Decathlon team gets a hero's welcome  Alaska Public Radio Network

A crowd of determined well-wishers braved a wind-driven downpour to cheer the Ketchikan High School team's return from Texas, where they took top honors at ...



Ketchikan school board votes to investigate district's actions in Edwards' case  KTOO

The Ketchikan School District is going to hire an independent investigator to look into the district's actions regarding former teacher Doug Edwards, who faces ...



Ketchikan High School auto shop set to reopen after death  Fairbanks Daily News-Miner

KETCHIKAN, Alaska — Students are just now returning to Ketchikan High School's auto shop after the death of Kayhi shop teacher Jeff Shelton.



Austin Otos 2018 Candidate for the Ketchikan Borough Assembly  SitNews

Filed for Office: August 02, 2018. Statement Received September 08, 2018. Published September 09, 2018. jpg Austin Otos Candidate for the Ketchikan ...



Ex-pastor, teacher in Ketchikan pleads not guilty to sex abuse charges  Anchorage Daily News

A former Alaska pastor and retired school teacher has pleaded not guilty to six counts of sexual abuse of a minor.



Tailgate tour heads to Kodiak for Week 5 of prep football  KTUU.com

ANCHORAGE, Alaska (KTUU) — The KTUU Tailgate Tour is headed to Kodiak for week five of the prep football season, where the Bears will be hosting Lathrop ...



Stories In The News - Ketchikan, Alaska - June 05, 2018  SitNews

A handcrafted iron gate by artist Rhonda Green, depicts a helicopter pulling the American Flag, a tradition for Ken to kick-off the fourth of July parade. - More.



Wet Summer Set Local Tongues Wagging in 2017 By DAVE KIFFER  SitNews

(SitNews) Ketchikan, Alaska - Another year in Ketchikan where “weather” was the big story. At least that's what everyone was talking about. The summer weather ...



Offbeat stories, a 2016 highlight; No major local stories dominated year By DAVE KIFFER  SitNews

January 18, 2017. Wednesday PM. Ketchikan, Alaska - It was a year, in which no major story dominated the news in Ketchikan, but as usual there were several ...



Tenured teachers address Ketchikan School Board  Alaska Public Radio Network

While it wasn't on the agenda, the Ketchikan School Board got a lesson last night about tenure, taught by five of the school district's tenured teachers. Listen now.



North Pole football downs Ketchikan, secures playoff berth  Fairbanks Daily News-Miner

The North Pole High School football team has played at the Division II, or medium schools, level for five years. On Wednesday night in Ketchikan, the Patriots ...



The high cost of home games in rural Alaska  KRBD

Posted by Leila Kheiry | Oct 30, 2014. The high cost of home games in rural Alaska. A snapshot from Kayhi's football game against Seward. Ketchikan paid ...



Wolves notch home win to kick off 2017 football season  Alaskastar

The Eagle River Wolves got a dominant performance on both sides of the ball in a 55-13 nonconference prep football win Saturday, Aug. 12 over Ketchikan at ...



White Cliff Reopens; Building was West End School for nearly 80 years By DAVE KIFFER  SitNews

By DAVE KIFFER. April 10, 2009. Friday. Ketchikan, Alaska - With the reopening of the old White Cliff school as a new office building housing the Ketchikan ...



Lathrop wins division one state wrestling championship  KTUU.com

ANCHORAGE, AK (KTUU) After a weekend that culiminated with an entire season's worth of work, Lathrop took the division one state wrestling crown. Coming in ...



First Session of Summer Interns Arrive in Washington, DC  Alaska Native News

Back Row: Vince Tenebro, John Slife, Conor Bates, William Lee, John Grossl, Joseph Monsef Front Row: Denae Benson, Alison Nicholls, Yajaira Ponce, Emma ...



Ketchikan Schools Partially Desegregated in 1929 By DAVE KIFFER  SitNews

February 06, 2014. Thursday AM. Ketchikan, Alaska - A quarter century before Brown v. The Board of Education ended separate but equal schools country wide, ...



U.S. Coast Guard commissions fast response cutter in Ketchikan  Alaska Public Radio Network

A commissioning ceremony was held in Ketchikan Wednesday for the U.S. Coast Guard cutter John McCormick. The 154-foot vessel is the first of six fast ...



Ketchikan graduate invited to Celtics tryout | Sports  Fairbanks Daily News-Miner

KETCHIKAN, Alaska — In every cloud there's a silver lining, but Damen Bell-Holter might not have to settle for silver.



Plane Crash, Gravina Bridge Top local stories in 2015 By DAVE KIFFER  SitNews

January 04, 2016. Monday PM. Ketchikan, Alaska - A deadly plane crash and another chapter in “The Bridge to Nowhere” saga were the major stories in ...



2014: Alaska, Ketchikan declare their 'independence' By DAVE KIFFER  SitNews

Statewide, Bill Walker ran as an independent for governor and won and locally, former Ketchikan High School teacher Dan Ortiz ran as an independent for state ...



DATA VIZ: High percentages of Alaskan high school students struggle with college coursework  KTUU.com

According to a University of Alaska Anchorage study, a high percentage of Alaskan high school students are not well prepared for college coursework.



Kayhi senior interested in swimming and politics  KRBD

Posted by Ruth Eddy | Sep 22, 2015. Kayhi senior interested in swimming and politics. IMG_2846. Kiera O'Brien standing next to her locker at Ketchikan High ...



Birthday Cupcakes Exempt From Ketchikan Schools' Nutrition Guidelines  Alaska Public Radio Network

The Ketchikan School Board adopted new administrative regulations last week governing student nutrition and physical activity, in order to meet new federal ...



ON THE MOVE: Once again, Palmer finds itself in a new football conference  Mat-Su Valley Frontiersman

PALMER — For the second time in four years and third since 2000, the Palmer Moose are moving to a new prep football conference.



Ketchikan Man Pronounced Dead at Scene of Apartment Fire  SitNews

(SitNews) Ketchikan, Alaska - The Ketchikan Fire Department was dispatched to a report of an automatic fire alarm activation at Tongass Towers reported by the ...



State veterinarian urges farmers to watch for new diseases in Alaska wildlife, livestock  Alaska Public Radio Network

State Veterinarian Bob Gerlach told a crowd that turned out Saturday for the 46th Annual Delta Farm Forum that diseases that afflict livestock and wildlife are ...



Boom Town, Ketchikan in the 1950s By DAVE KIFFER  SitNews

By DAVE KIFFER. February 20, 2006. Monday. Ketchikan, Alaska - The years immediately after World War II were lean ones in Ketchikan. While the Depression ...



BRHS grad serving as Intern for Sen. Murkowski  The Delta Discovery

Recent Bethel Regional High School graduate James Flemings has been chosen as one of U.S. Senator Lisa Murkowski's first session summer interns.



Juneau girls, Sitka boys top swim invite  Juneau Empire

The Juneau-Douglas and Thunder Mountain swim teams celebrated senior night by hosting an invitational meet this weekend, and juniors Mia Ruffin and Gabi.



Forest Service official says fighting Lower 48 wildfires is cutting into Alaska forest services  Alaska Public Radio Network

Wildfires in the Lower 48 are affecting what the federal government can do in the Tongass and other national forests. Listen now. U.S. Forest *Service* Associate ...



Opinion/Letter: KYSL works in cooperation with other groups By William Harney  SitNews

By William Harney. December 14, 2007. Friday AM. Mr. Royson's letter proves that a good whine doesn't really need to include the facts. I am not sure who he ...



Colette Peters named Fleet Manager at Trident  Petersburg Pilot

Colette Peters, 26, has been named Fleet Manager/Quality Assurance Manager at the Petersburg Trident Plant. She fills the position vacated by Nick.



Aaron Tippin headlines annual state trooper fundraiser | Music  Anchorage Press

Alaska country music fans have the opportunity to get their fill of honky tonk and twang this coming week as super star Aaron Tippin whose career spans a ...



Ketchikan teen trap shooter takes state | Alaska News  Fairbanks Daily News-Miner

KETCHIKAN, Alaska - Brooke Mickel's victory as the girls junior varsity state champion in trap shooting was classic Ketchikan.



Employers begin programs to develop industry 'cross-skills'  Alaskajournal.com

Alaska employer and training groups are taking another step in a long-sought goal: identifying “cross-industry” skills that will allow workforce training to focus on ...



Opinion/Letter: K-Hi/Sitka Softball Class Acts By Dave Smith  SitNews

By Dave Smith. June 02, 2008. Monday. As the Iraq war drags on, and the Polar Bear count drops, I witnessed cause for hope this last Saturday afternoon.



12th Annual Sam Pitcher Memorial Scholarship Recipients Announced  SitNews

(SitNews) - The Sam Pitcher Memorial Scholarship Fund has announced that seven Ketchikan students have been selected to receive 2015 Sam Pitcher Music ...



Triston 'Shorty' Taylor Green | Obituaries  Mat-Su Valley Frontiersman

On Nov. 16, 1995, Triston “Shorty” Taylor Green came screaming into the world. On Oct. 18, 2015, Shorty peacefully slipped away from us. And that was about ...



Ketchikan's American Legionnaires; Here's to 'the boys' of Post #3 By June Allen  SitNews

By June Allen. May 11, 2004. Tuesday. At the eleventh hour of the eleventh day of the eleventh month - Nov. 11, 1918 - the Armistice was signed that ended the ...



"Blessed to bless," Damen Bell-Holter provides inspiration for children around the world  CelticsBlog

Damen Bell-Holter wasn't supposed to get the opportunity to play in the NBA. Bell-Holter grew up in Hydaburg, Alaska, a small village with a population of about ...



AK: Didgeridoo  Alaska Public Radio Network

You might not expect an ancient Aboriginal instrument from Australia to find its way to Alaska. But walk around downtown Ketchikan on a warm day and you may ...



Golden Wheel carnival a family business | Local Business  Fairbanks Daily News-Miner

KETCHIKAN, Alaska - The business is a family one for Golden Wheel Amusements. Chelsea Eckert, sales and marketing manager and the wife of the founder's ...



REMEMBER PEARL HARBOR: Dec. 7, 1941 By June Allen  SitNews

By June Allen. December 07, 2004. Tuesday. Ketchikan, Alaska - It was Sunday morning, Dec. 7, 1941. At 7:55 a.m. Hawaii time, Japanese Imperial forces ...



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