Retiring Ketchikan photographer leads parade

...Instead, Hall Anderson will have a prime seat.The Ketchikan Daily News reports Anderson will be the grand marshal for this year's parade.Anderson will be retiring from the Ketchikan Daily News, where he's been the photographer for nearly...
Alaska Editorial: Gov. didn't threaten

The following editorial first appeared in the Ketchikan Daily News:Gov. Sean Parnell didn't threaten to retaliate...acknowledged the same sentiments that appeared in a Ketchikan Daily News editorial shortly after the Ketchikan Gateway Borough...
Faulty oil pump delays Alaska ferry's return

...service since last fall for an overhaul of its engines had its return voyage interrupted by oil pump issue.The Ketchikan Daily News reported the ferry Columbia was to have returned to service this week.But the ferry remains sidelined in Bellingham...
Saanya Kwaan takes center role in Celebration 2014

...leader in Saxman, a busy tourist destination that draws more than 100,000 visitors a year, according to the Ketchikan Daily News. In addition to the clan house, the village is well-known for its large totem pole park and carving shed...
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Drug bust on fishing boat leads to more charges

KETCHIKAN - Ketchikan police have charged another suspect in relation to a November drug bust on board a fishing boat in Bar Harbor. Shawn D.
Alaska Editorial: SB99 opens wider opportunities for Southeast Alaska

The following editorial first appeared in the Ketchikan Daily News: One of the most promising economic development opportunities in southern Southeast Alaska is mining.Prince of Wales Island...
Ketchikan students vote to keep current logo

...Students voted 295 to 53 Thursday in favor of the current logo, which was designed by artist Ray Troll, the Ketchikan Daily News reported.A proposed logo to replace the current one was based on Alaska Native art. That logo was designed by...
Juneau-Douglas boys take Kayhi pitch the Kings' Esther Shea Field, winning Friday 3-0 and Saturday 6-1.JDHS coach Gary Lehnhart told the Ketchikan Daily News on Friday that the Kings came out hard and presented a tough challenge."I was pleased with how we matched their...
Plans underway to restore burned hatchery

...on Wednesday that the coho salmon release was lost in the fire and so was a large portion of king salmon, the Ketchikan Daily News reported. Losing the entire coho stock is a significant problem because the fish are a one-year class, Hiatt...
TMHS soccer boys fall at Kayhi

...TMHS junior Shane Kelly hit the ensuing penalty shot to tie the game at 1-1.TMHS coach Troy Choquette told the Ketchikan Daily News, "Being tied 1-1 at the end of the first half, having goal-scoring opportunities not too far into the second...


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