It was just a few years ago that Sitka’s electric utility predicted a significant increase in the number of electric vehicles on the road, especially in places with inexpensive electric power. But Sitka’s interest in electric cars has remained flat.
The US Forest Service believes fish populations in Redoubt Lake near Sitka survived last month’s devastating landslide unharmed.
Associate Professor of Marin Biology, Jan Straley, was recognized with the University of Alaska's Meritorious Service Award on May 3 during the Sitka campus graduation ceremony.
The high cost of travel for extracurricular activities in Sitka’s schools has been an ongoing debate for years. Now, the school board is going to take a hard look at whether travel costs students and parents more than just money.
Transportation Security Administration officials at Juneau International Airport found a flare in the carry-on bag of an Alaska Airlines passenger bound for Sitka Monday afternoon.
Former KTOO General Manager Charles Northrip received an honorary doctorate from UAS for his accomplishments in the field of broadcasting.
Sitka will miss two Alaska Airlines flights a day during the month of May, in order to allow a paving contractor to replace the runway at the Rocky Gutierrez Airport.
Tuesday was the last day of operation for the Bill Brady Healing Center. The inpatient drug-and-alcohol rehab program has existed in its current form since 1996.
The Federal Aviation Administration on Friday released some details about the effect of the national sequestration budget cuts in Alaska.
A memorial service for Tlingit elder and original Sealaska Corporation board member Clarence Jackson will be held Saturday at 5 p.m. at the ANB Hall in Juneau. Jackson died Thursday after a battle with cancer. He was 78.