House District 36 candidates, independent Dan Ortiz and Republican Bob Sivertsen, squared off in a town hall debate in the Wrangell Assembly chambers Wednesday. Constitution candidate Ken Shaw was invited, but was unable to attend.
On October 10 in Kodiak, candidates for U.S. Senate took to the stage for Kodiak’s biennial fish debate. They tackled issues important to fisheries across the state such as discharge rules, Alaska's aging fishing crews and transboundary Canadian mines. Candidates had chances to ask questions of each other and comment on their favorite seafood as well.
You can tune in for live coverage of the Democratic National Convention by following the link from 4-7 pm Monday through Thursday.
Everyone is invited to KSTK’s Holiday Open House on Monday evening, December 21st from 5 to 7 pm at KSTK. We hope you can stop by for some holiday cheer, finger food, and festive beverages! We’ll enjoy holiday music and draw the winning Alaska Airlines Round Trip for 2 raffle ticket live on air at 6:30 pm.
Join us at Muskeg Meadows to Golf For Radio on Saturday, June 20th!
This is KSTK’s 17th Annual Golf Tournament, brought to you by AP&T. The format will be 9 hole best ball. Tee time is 10:00 am, and there will be cash prizes and awards!
After the tournament, stick around for our $50,000 Hole In One Contest, sponsored by Alaska Vistas!
For more information, call KSTK at 874-2345 or Muskeg Meadows at 874-GOLF.
See you on the Green! Saturday morning, June 20th.
Spice up your life with KSTK’s 16th annual Chili Cook-Off and Fundraising Auction on Saturday, March 14th, at the High School Commons. Enter your best homemade chili for a chance to win, or just stop by and enjoy a bowl of award-winning chili and great company. Lunch is $10, and $5 for seniors and kids 12 and under. This year’s event will feature both a silent and live auction. We hope to see you there!