Raegan Miller, KRBD - Ketchikan

Raegan Miller, KRBD - Ketchikan
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2 suspects charged with murdering Klawock man

Moses Blanchard, 22, and Blaise Dilts, 21, face second-degree murder counts in the Tuesday death of 80-year-old Lincoln Peratrovich.
Tallie Medel

Ketchikan’s Tallie Medel has ‘surreal’ Oscar night after co-starring in Best Picture winner

Medel co-starred in “Everything Everywhere All at Once,” which took home a total of seven Oscars, including Best Picture.
Craig, Alaska

Boil water notice lifted for Craig, officials still calling for conservation

Craig residents don’t have to boil their water anymore, after water samples came back clear of harmful bacteria.
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Craig crews working to restore water service, but boil notice remains in effect

Crews in Prince of Wales Island’s largest community are working to restore service after a water outage that began Sunday.
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Craig issues boil water notice after failures at treatment plant

Officials in the Southeast Alaska community are asking residents to conserve water “as much as possible.”
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Ketchikan podcast puts the spotlight on Filipino culture and voices

Halo-Halo Mix-Mix started up last summer and launched a revival this year.
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Ketchikan officials call for more aggressive management of sea otter populations

Southeast Alaska’s sea otter population has been growing quickly, and concerns are bubbling up about the impact they have on fisheries.
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Metlakatla launches homegrown historical archive: ‘We have the right to know about our people’

Alaska’s only reservation is fighting to reclaim how its story is told.
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Verizon customers on Southeast Alaska’s largest island have been without cell service for weeks

Verizon says customers on 3G networks across the state may face similar outages — including in Kodiak, Juneau, Fairbanks and on the North Slope.
Native Youth Olympics practice

Ketchikan youth turn to Native Youth Olympics for connection, competition

Seven young Ketchikan athletes will fly to Juneau in April to compete in the regional Native Youth Olympics competition.
a hunter

Board of Game votes down education requirement for young hunters in Southeast

The state’s Board of Game voted down a proposal to require young Southeast Alaska hunters to complete an education course before hunting alone.
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Kasaan welcomes Yáadaas clan pole home after more than a century

A totem pole that spent more than 100 years far from home has returned to the Haida village of Kasaan on Prince of Wales Island.
pink salmon

Ketchikan’s tribe asks federal board to expand subsistence hunting and fishing opportunities

For decades. Ketchikan residents have been barred from taking part in federal subsistence hunts and fisheries. Ketchikan Indian Community wants to change that.
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‘Support us and our community’: Whale Pass students ask state to stop timber clear-cut

The letter was written by three high-schoolers, and was signed by students in their senior year all the way down to first-graders.