The first brown bears of spring have been spotted in Sitka. Not a moment too soon, the assembly is reviving a bear task force to address increasing conflict between bears and humans within the community. The new task force will spend six months investigating Sitka’s bear history, reviewing the work of the last task force…
A pair of documentary filmmakers is examining the implications of the rapid growth in cruise tourism projected for Sitka.
Police said the bus was seen shortly before 3 p.m. traveling in the wrong lane, nearly striking a marked police car and hitting a parked vehicle and a stop sign.
State Rep. Jonathan Kreiss-Tomkins says he’ll take time to consider his future in the sport.
Rainfall in Sitka broke records on Wednesday, and February is shaping up to exceed the month’s typical rainfall by leaps and bounds.
With just two months until the first cruise ships arrive, the Sitka Assembly finally has a plan to see the city through its biggest tourist boom in years.
According to a news release, the Coast Guard was notified that a 40-foot troller was in distress in Islet Passage, about 17 miles south of Sitka, near Kanga Bay.
Under a plea agreement, Richard A. Forst must pay $144,925 in restitution to the City of Sitka and fines of $5,200.
Jacoby shared stories of her rise to the top with some of Sitka’s youngest swimmers in a one-hour pool session on Friday, Jan. 28.
Seiners landed only 16,000 tons of herring last year, which was just under half of the harvest guideline.