Clarissa Rizal's fingers dexterously manipulate the various colors of yarn Monday afternoon, August 22, 2016, as she works on the side borders of the Weavers Across Waters Chilkat/Ravenstail community robe. Rizal estimates that it takes her an hour to weave one inch of the side border, which means the robe is incredibly time intensive. (Photo by Tripp J Crouse/KTOO)

Collaborative Chilkat and Ravenstail robe nears completion

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Ketchikan to host ‘Plunge for Peace’ to recognize officers

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A Ketchikan woman is leading an effort to show local and state law enforcement agencies that they have the community's support by taking a plunge in the Pacific Ocean. The Ketchikan Daily News reports that the "Plunge for Peace" event, organized by Debbie Karlson, will take place Saturday at Ketchikan's Knudson Cove. She says docks will be cleared of boats to make way for jumpers.
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