web-posted Wednesday, June 15, 2016
It’s for the young people. That’s what the canoes are here for, the teachers are in those canoes. They are teaching our young people, because we cherish you. Ed Kunz, House master of Diginah Hit (the outwards house)/Artist
web-posted Wednesday, June 8, 2016
In honor of Celebration, here is a look at a few people who left a big impact on the Alaska Native community before “walking into the forest” this past year:
web-posted Wednesday, June 1, 2016
Alaska’s got stories to tell. Some of them are in objects like mammoth tusks, wooden fishing boats or a tiny pair of handcuffs and some are located in books or archived as blueprints. On June 6, the new Father Andrew P. Kashevaroff State Library, Archives, and Museum Building will open to the public, and those stories will be told together.
web-posted Wednesday, May 25, 2016
BARTLETT COVE — Forty fourth graders with their teachers and chaperones descended on Glacier Bay National Park on May 13. The kids came from Angoon, Klukwan, Hoonah and Gustavus for a special Every Kid in a Park centennial celebration.
web-posted Wednesday, May 4, 2016
SITKA—Recently, SouthEast Alaska Regional Health Consortium (SEARHC) welcomed sixteen Alaska Native/American Indian high school students to learn about health careers.
web-posted Wednesday, April 27, 2016
Angoon students in grades four through 12 in April participated in the Angoon Herring Ecology Spring Program, which was “custom-designed for Angoon to empower students to apply their academic, maritime and traditional skills in investigating the lives of Pacific herring, their predators, prey and environmental conditions in local waters,” according to an email from Michelle Ridgway, the Oceanus Alaska ecologist who led the program.
web-posted Wednesday, April 6, 2016
Former (and beloved) editor Amy Fletcher, design wizard Randi Spray, and I have always visualized the Capital City Weekly as the publication you pick up to learn about your fascinating neighbors and all the incredible things happening around you in the world of art and culture in Southeast Alaska. Don’t hesitate to email me at with suggestions for coverage, other feedback, or just to say hi.