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Thanksgiving day has passed, but the recent appearance of ice and snow on local roads is reason to give thanks in advance to the Ketchikan folks who’ll be working to keep our roads open for operations this winter.
The Alaska Municipal League’s 71st annual local governance conference got underway Monday in Anchorage, opening three days of presentations and conversations about aspects of municipal government here in the Last Frontier.
It’s great to see that the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Adminstration has submitted it plans for renovating the dock area at its Stedman Street site to the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers.
If you’re looking for some positive economic news, check out the Alaska Department of Fish and Game’s recently released preliminary data on the commercial catches and values of salmon in 2021.
Ketchikan’s 2021 cruise ship season concluded on Thursday with the Norwegian Encore’s departure from Ward Cove, the ship’s size and sparkle serving as a reminder of what might have been — and what many hope will be.
Everyone who partakes of water delivered by Ketchikan Public Utilities’s municipal water system can appreciate the effort taken by KPU and the City of Ketchikan to deliver safe water that meets state and federal standards.