...and age of high-technological communication.It's a new day in Alaska. We don't have the money we used to have to spend on summits outside of the state. We can be more frugal in our travel choices.- Ketchikan Daily News,Sept. 21
...than a bleak set of numbers on a spreadsheet - the cash spent on the system ripples out into Alaska in numerous ways, and the system's true value to local communities and local businesses is incalculable.- Ketchikan Daily News,Sept. 21
...fire aftermath before Cantwell's act makes it to President Obama's desk, where, given his concern about global warming (he's coming to Alaska this month because of his worries), he might sign it. - Ketchikan Daily News, Aug. 22
...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
...might be helpful to the Ketchikan Gateway Borough's Department of Animal Protection. It might be appreciated by the general public. But, there's no way to know for sure until body cams are given a shot. - Ketchikan Daily News, August 8
...The loss in a plane crash isn't without serious repercussions. Being affected by it, Ketchikan - often to the person here - is all too aware.It isn't just another day in Ketchikan after a tragic event.- Ketchikan Daily News, July 11
...policy's absence could allow for a positive transition to multiple use of public lands in the Tongass National Forest, and provide a glimpse of hope for a diversified economic future for Southeast Alaska.- Ketchikan Daily News, July 31
...of course, they are in other states.But making every effort to buy local is like putting savings into our own account instead of into someone else's. That's what Alaska needs to do now more than ever.- Ketchikan Daily News,June 30
...including global warming. It's appropriate for President Obama to come visit and discuss those with us.We hope he hears and acknowledges the whole Alaska story, not just one part of it - the Arctic part.- Ketchikan Daily News, Aug. 15
...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...
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