Two of greatest living scholars on Sitka’s Russian and Tlingit past were in Sitka last week to train National Park rangers on the historic battles that took place tere.
A recent report called “The Sitka Community Food Assessment” reveals that our food system is vulnerable — especially to the unpredictable costs of fuel.
A pro-life group remains concerned over Planned Parenthood’s involvement in health instruction at Blatchley Middle School last fall, even though the curriculum is no longer being taught.
Representatives from 17 Alaska school districts headed to Seattle this past weekend to recruit new teachers.
The 48 permit holders caught the last remaining fish in this year’s harvest limit — and then some — in a wild 45-minute opener Saturday afternoon right in front of downtown Sitka.
Seismologists and several lawmakers said Congress needs to pony up for an earthquake early warning system.
Allen says when you can’t take care of your own, you take care of what you can.
The Sitka Sound sac roe herring fishery had its third opening Wednesday, concentrated in the waters just south of downtown.
The Sitka herring fishery had its first opening yesterday afternoon.
The multi-million dollar Sitka Sound sac roe herring fishery could open as early as the end of this week.