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It's time to think capital projects. Ketchikan, with its economic development attitude, thinks about projects most of the time.

New industry Ketchikan needs industry. The Ketchikan Gateway Borough is appropriately assisting the Alaska mariculture industry, an industry with considerable potential here.

David Lee Pitcher, 66, died peacefully July 18, 2014, in Ketchikan following a heart attack and complications of multiple system atrophy.
Phyllis Marlene Edenso, 65, died June 26, 2014, in Saxman.
Lynne Tallacksen Dohm, 92, died May 14, 2014, at home in Lake Stevens, Washington.
William “Billy” Calvin Belt, 58, died July 15, 2014, in Riggins, Idaho.
Around Ketchikan
Wednesday, July 23, 2014

Ketchikan High School's gymnasiums are currently closed to the public while the new finish on the floors dries. The Clark Cochrane Gym will be open on Aug. 4 for the First City Cage Camp. This year was the first that the Clark Cochrane Gym's floor has been sanded to the wood since Kayhi was reconstructed around the gym in the 1990s. The Clark Cochrane Gym floor project, pictured on Tuesday, was completed on Friday, according to Mike Williams, maintenance director for the Ketchikan School District. Staff photo by Nick Bowman

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