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 By Scott Bowlen    News    January 11, 2023

Ketchikan police chief on paid leave after indictment on assault charge

Ketchikan Police Chief Jeffrey Walls has been placed on paid administrative leave after being indicted for felony third-degree assault and five lesser charges related to an incident Sept. 10 at Salmon Falls Resort. “Chief Walls is currently on...

 By Scott Bowlen    News    November 9, 2022

State sets 31-day wolf season on Prince of Wales Island

The wolf hunting and trapping season for Prince of Wales Island will be the same as last year — Nov. 15 to Dec. 15 — though a number of individuals who trap wolves in the area criticized the Alaska Department of Fish and Game last week for its wo...

 By Scott Bowlen    News    July 13, 2022

Final finishers boat into Ketchikan after 21 days at sea

With smiles and hugs, the 2022 Race to Alaska concluded last Thursday evening when the last two teams still in the race — Fix Oder Nix and Sockeye Voyages — arrived at the finish in Ketchikan’s Thomas Basin. It had taken both teams more than...

 By Scott Bowlen    News    June 29, 2022

Winner sails into Ketchikan and un-nails $10,000 prize

By Scott Bowlen Ketchikan Daily News Pure & Wild, a 44-foot monohull sailboat, won the 2022 Race to Alaska on June 20, sailing into Ketchikan four days, four hours and 32 minutes after departing...


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