...a person became sick on the evening of April 24 from a mixture of horse, manilla and butter clams, reports he Ketchikan Daily News reports.The leftover clams showed elevated levels of saxitoxin when tested at the state Department of Environmental...
...Borough's lawsuit in October, during a debate hosted by the Ketchikan Daily News, Walker the candidate told a Ketchikan crowd that as a member...Alaskan, we don't think he would have it any other way.- Ketchikan Daily News,Feb. 2
...Ketchikan.Finally, community support is key to the success of most small business. In turn, the success of our small businesses helps build our community.It's a virtuous cycle that can benefit everyone.- Ketchikan Daily News,May 8
...Washington politicians continue to feel they should weigh in against Alaska's interests on issues.We, as the Alaska Legislature has done, suggest that the Washingtonians step back, and focus on their own state.- Ketchikan Daily News,May 1
...even a meter at a rural airport, that are important to most folks' daily lives. We appreciate when governments focus on this basic function, ensuring that our infrastructure continues to work for us all.- Ketchikan Daily News,April 17
...pick up others' trash, likely wouldn't mind such a charge if it meant relief from regularly picking up garbage.City-organized, garbage-container security could cinch the bears-in-trash problem.- Ketchikan Daily News,April 25
Standing above Mission Street is an archway welcoming visitors to Ketchikan, the Salmon Capital of the World. If that proclamation is correct - and it most certainly is - then Alaska itself must be the salmon capital of the universe. Seriously.
...water pollution from fish excrement and leftover feed is common.While keeping those facts in mind, remember one more thing: Wild salmon tastes great.When it comes to fish, you get what you pay for.- Ketchikan Daily News,March 23
...this commercialization experiment is concluded, it will take even more. Much of it will have gone up in smoke, and Alaska won't be better for it.But the governments are doing their best to deal with it.- Ketchikan Daily News,Feb. 28
...served Alaska well as the lack of headlines regarding its conduct reflect. No one says it is perfect, but it is the closest Alaska can come.It doesn't make sense to change what is working well for Alaskans.- Ketchikan Daily News, March 28
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