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April 18, 2013

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Ketchikan: Ketchikan Health Activist Keynote Presenter at Native Wellness Conference - Ketchikan Indian Community member and health activist Clarita Seludo was one of the keynote presenters at the recent American Indian Institute Women & Men's Wellness Conference in San Diego, California.

Ketchikan Health Activist Keynote Participant at Native Wellness Conference

Pictured at the podium are Clarita Seludo (Tlingit, Raven Halibut Clan) of Ketchikan, AK; and Zolina Zizi (Cheyenne, Arikara, Creek), CA.
Photo Credit: American Indian Institute - University of Oklahoma

Ketchikan's Seludo and members of the 2012 PATHSTAR Alcatraz Swim Week joined health advocates from over 75 Native nations across the United States and Canada at the 12th Native Women & Men’s Wellness Conference held March 17-20.

Zolina Zizi (Cheyenne, Arikara, Creek), California; Shelli Martinez and Joey Cohen (Colville Confederated Tribes), Washington; Clarita Seludo (Tlingit, Raven Halibut Clan), Ketchikan, Alaska ; and Wicahpiluta Calenderia (Rumsen Ohlone/Apache), California;  joined PATHSTAR Director Nancy Iverson and swim week volunteer Suzanne Greva at the conference.

Seludo and the PATHSTAR team’s panel presented the special plenary keynote: “From the Badlands to Alcatraz…and Beyond!” Zolina Zizi, a two-time PATHSTAR Alcatraz Swim Week participant, said the main message of the presentation was to go out and try something new, even if it sounds like the craziest idea in the world. “If it can change your life for the better, what’s stopping you?” she said. The panel shared with conference attendees the challenges and triumphs they experienced and the seeds they brought home to inspire and restore healthy living in their communities. - More...
Thursday PM - April 18, 2013

Ketchikan: First Annual "Traditional Fall Gathering" Planned - Recently there has been a local effort to develop interest and participation in what is being referred to as an annual " TRADITIONAL FALL GATHERING" event in the Ketchikan area said James Llanos Sr, President of ANB Camp 14.

According to Llanos, the organizing committee is looking at the proposed event being held during the month of November, preferably sometime during the first two weeks of the month on a Friday and Saturday.

Llanos, speaking on behalf of the organizing committee, said this annual event would not duplicate the Sealaska Celebration event, but give Southern Southeast Native Communities an opportunity to come together in a Traditional Native Gathering as was done in years past. Llanos said the first event would be held at the Saxman Community Center.

There were kickoff meetings, in March and April, and there will be another on Saturday April 27th, 2013 at 2pm at the Saxman City Hall (Red Building) to further discuss the project said Llanos. To date the Alaska Native Brotherhood and Alaska Native Sisterhood Camp 14 Ketchikan, KTKN Radio, and the City of Saxman appear to be the initial sponsors. All interested parties are welcome to help said Llanos.

"We hope to fill the two days with participation from the local Dance Groups as well as others from the surrounding area, such as Metlakatla, Craig, Klawock, Hydaburg, Kasaan, Wrangell, and anyone who is interested including whoever wants to come from Canada," said Llanos. - More...
Thursday PM - April 18, 2013

New Family Medicine Doctor Joins PeaceHealth Ketchikan Medical Group - PeaceHealth Ketchikan Medical Center announced that Dr. Galen Whipple, MD has joined its Family and Internal Medicine Clinic.

After attending the University of Minnesota Medical School, Dr. Whipple chose to complete his residency training through the Cascades East Rural Family Medicine Residency Program of Oregon Health and Science University. The program is a three year, community-based program that strives to prepare providers to become models of excellence in rural health care delivery.

After receiving his doctorate, Dr. Whipple spent several years providing care to Emergency and Urgent Care patients in eastern Oregon and Sacramento. Because of his passion for caring for patients in rural areas, Dr. Whipple ultimately chose to return to family practice in Ketchikan.

“Serving in a community like Ketchikan will allow me to help patients with a wide variety of concerns and remain involved in the care of each patient throughout the process,” said Dr. Whipple. “I find this ongoing connection to my patients very interesting and fulfilling.” - More...
Thursday PM - April 18, 2013

Ketchikan: Ketchikan Story Project Garners Six Telly Awards; Winning elements include videos, web site and kiosks - The Ketchikan Story Project brought home six 2013 Telly Awards last week - three silver and three bronze, announced Patti Mackey President & CEO of the Ketchikan Visitors Bureau.

The Telly Awards “honor the very best local, regional, and cable television programs, the finest video and film productions, and work created for the Web.” According to the Telly Awards web site, of the 11,000+ entries received each year, only 7-10% are awarded with silver statuettes and up to 25% are awarded bronze awards.  

The Ketchikan Story Project is a multi media information program produced by the Ketchikan Visitors Bureau and funded by the Ketchikan Gateway Borough to provide information tools for the cruise industry and its passengers. The chapters receiving award were titled Ketchikan: Our Native Legacy and Ketchikan: The Artists. These chapters represent two of five segments of the project and were produced in 2012.

Key personnel for the winning pieces include Project Manager/Producer: Deby Santos- Kali Enterprises, Director/Editor Kyle Aramburo, Writer/Producer Laurel Lindahl and Production Company, the Alaska Channel. - More...
Thursday PM - April 18, 2013

Two additional chapters in the series will debut the evening of May 3 at the Southeast Alaska Discovery Center in Ketchikan with the premiere of Ketchikan: The Timber Years and Ketchikan: The Bush Pilots. - More...
Thursday PM - April 18, 2013

Southeast Alaska: 2013 Timber Harvest Program Begins with Ceremony; Timber program provides benefits across the region and state – Sealaska’s annual First Tree Ceremony, similar to “Blessing of the Fleet,” was held to start the 2013 timber program. The event was held on Prince of Wales Island near Big Salt, just north of Klawock on April 13th.

2013 Timber Harvest Program Begins with Ceremony;

2013 Timber Harvest Begins With Ceremony
Photo courtesy Sealaska

“The First Tree Ceremony is Sealaska’s acknowledgment of the beliefs and practices of our ancestors,” said Sealaska Board Vice Chair Rosita Worl. “To live in an area for at least 10,000 years means we had culture, values and a worldview to sustain us as a people. We both revered and utilized the land. We are fortunate to continue to live on our indigenous lands and that we still own our land.”

“We make that same commitment as our ancestors so that our descendants will have access to the same resources,” said Worl.  “The Tongass is a place that Natives have lived and held sacred for generations.”

Sealaska’s timber program is dependent on finalizing acreage due under the Alaska Native Claims Settlement Act (ANCSA). Benefits from Sealaska’s timber program include jobs, community infrastructure, ANCSA Section 7(i) revenue sharing payments, scholarships and distributions to tribal member shareholders. Passage of this federal legislation is crucial to Sealaska’s goal of achieving economic sustainability in our communities.

“We would like to thank Sealaska for having the ceremony on Prince of Wales Island,” said Leslie Isaacs, city administrator for the City of Klawock. “The support we get from Sealaska on Prince of Wales Island for community projects is immense and we thank you for that.” - More...
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letter The QUESTION IS WHY? By Bobbie McCreary - Thanks Marvin Hill, for coming out to take away the TWO vandalized Port-A-Potties out at the paintball field on Revilla Road.   WHY? when a well-meaning non-profit like Ketchikan Youth Initiatives places port-a-potties at the paintball field for ANYONE to use that comes to the paintball field or drives on to other beautiful recreational areas,  DOES SOMEONE BREAK THEM APART SO THEY ARE UNUSABLE? - More...
Thursday PM - April 18, 2013

letter RE: Warning! Is your money really going to the septic system or is it going downhill? By Mike Carney - First of all I would like to say I normally would not respond but this is so far off base I felt it needed a response. Mr. Plute needs to do his homework. The 6.2 to 7.2 is the City tax not the Borough. As for the $35,000 I dont know where he gets his information, but I run a department that sends people for travel and training every year and you could take my department and two others and never total $35,000 let alone for one person. - More...
Thursday PM - April 18, 2013

letter The Sealaska Bill Should Die By Rebecca Knight - Most SE Alaskans are united in opposition to S. 340 (formerly S. 881 & S. 730), the Southeast Alaska Native Land Entitlement Finalization and Jobs Protection Act. These are real folks whose lives will be directly impacted including sport, commercial and subsistence fishermen as well as hunters, recreationists and the hundreds of residents of nine communities that will suffer the direct hit of this horrible, forest high-grading bill. - More...
Thursday PM - April 18, 2013

letter The Truth About the Herring By Terri Wenger Anderson - Please disregard the propaganda about the herring. I believe the gentleman that wrote this letter to get every environmentalist's panties in an uproar must be related to Al Gore. Maybe he is trying to get a federally funded grant to study herring, well being in Ketchikan is not going to help him. - More...
Thursday PM - April 18, 2013

letter China Hacking Into U.S. Computers* By Donald A. Moskowitz - Based on the activities of Chinese Army Unit 61398 Communist China continues to wage cyber warfare against the U.S. by hacking into the computers of U.S. corporations. - More...
Thursday PM - April 18, 2013

letter Bowl for Kids' Sake By Joann Flora - I would like to take this opportunity to express my appreciation to the people and businesses of Ketchikan for their support of Big Brothers Big Sisters Bowl for Kids' Sake event on March 30th. Without a bowling alley, this is a very complicated event to stage, and we couldn't have done it without the help of a great many people. Particularly important to our event is Susan Wall and the Ketchikan Gateway Borough Parks and Recreation Department. Thank you for the use of your facility and the great staff cooperation. Thank you Trina Elliott and the Kayhi Choir for your labor as our 'Pin Set & Ball Return' team. I wish to thank the wonderful businesses who helped us with cash sponsorships and donations of prizes and food. Thanks also to the registered teams who raised money and the members of the public who came out and participated. - More...
Tuesday AM - April 16, 2013

letter Ketchikan Community Chorus By Judith Green - Thank you Community Chorus! Steve Kinney, Musical Director and the KCC Board! - More...
Tuesday AM - April 16, 2013

letter Unborn should be protected By Rob Holston - Ruth Marcus displays collective and popular ignorance of the day in her recent article published in the Ketchikan Daily News: “.....politics of ?Roe? “. Her premise, that the Supreme Court should protect certain rights that the democratic process may unwittingly deny, is one I agree with. But, villainizing states like Arkansas and North Dakota for protecting human life at 12 and 6 weeks, reeks with the stench of left wing self righteousness. - More...
Tuesday AM - April 16, 2013

letter Warning! Is your money really going to the septic system or is it going downhill? By Ed Plute - Your property taxes have grown from 6.2 to 7.2. Oh and by the way, do you realize we spent $35,000 in travel and expenses for one person, to go where? Did you also realize, that our own borough manager has a $15,000 door replacement/ cabinet? Is it made of gold? - More...
Tuesday AM - April 16, 2013

letter The Price of Cheap Beer By Alexander R. Cohen - America's top beer-ocrat goes to the Senate today (April 16th). Bill Baer, the head of the Department of Justice's Antitrust Division, is forcing Budweiser's corporate owner AB InBev to give up a big piece of the value of its purchase of the half of Corona brewer Grupo Modelo it didn't already own. Today, Baer will join FTC chair Edith Ramirez in testifying before the antitrust subcommittee. The two agencies share the power to review corporate mergers before they're completed. - More ...
Tuesday AM - April 16, 2013

letter Intolerance By Jonathan Tully - It's difficult to ignore the disturbing views presented in the SitNews Letter to the Editor by Michael W. Jarvis. I'm not gay, African-American, Jewish, or a member of any other group that has suffered horribly in the past due to the likes of him. I can, however, recognize the self-righteous, disgusting intolerance that is a danger to any society. - More...
Tuesday AM - April 16, 2013

letter Eliminate personal and business income taxes By Beverly Martin - In the call for reduced government spending, the Mortgage Interest Deduction has a target on its back. At a cost of $90-108 Billion annually, (Goozner, The Fiscal Times; Kort, USA Today) who is benefiting? Only 1/4 of taxpayers filing returns claim the MID. A third of that money is claimed by people with annual incomes of $200,000 or more. 42% is claimed by those earning $100,000-$200,000 annually and 4.3% is claimed by those earning less than $50,000. (Goozner). Those earning $200,000 or more saved $1,862. Those earning $49,777 or less saved $120. Hardly an equitable distribution. - More...
Tuesday AM - April 16, 2013

letter State of Alaska Denies Herring Forage Fish Status By Michael Baines - Currently Pacific herring are acknowledged as a keystone forage fish species that is responsible for maintaining the health of the marine ecosystem in the waters of California, Oregon, Washington and British Columbia (BC). As you cross the maritime boundary between BC and Alaska herring lose their forage fish status and become just another commercially harvested finfish. At a recent Board of Fish meeting in Anchorage, the Board heard testimony from fishery managers, the herring industry and the public on a proposal that would have acknowledged herring as a forage fish by adding them to the State’s Forage Fish Management Plan (FFMP). - More...
Saturday - April 13, 2013

letter Herring Fisheries By Andy Rauwolf - We don't get news from Canada very often, especially when related to their herring management. The Alaska Department of Fish and Game has stated repeatedly that our herring harvest policy is based on and patterned after the "conservative" management plan designed by the Department of Fisheries and Oceans in B.C.  This fisherman's letter illustrates just how far reaching the degradation of the North Pacific's coastal waters has become, thanks to the failed policies of both British Columbia and Alaska. - More...
Saturday - April 13, 2013

letter Marriage Equality for Gay Couples By Chuck Anziulewicz - While it's true that the Constitution doesn't define "marriage," the federal government has complicated the issue by taking a vested interest in married couples for the purposes of tax law and Social Security (among the 1,138 legal benefits, protections, and responsibilities that are automatically bestowed on couples once they marry). Therefore this is not an issue that can be left up to the states to decide individually, since it wouldn't do for a Gay couple that is legally married in Iowa, for instance, to become automatically UN-married once they decide to move somewhere else. - More...
Saturday - April 13, 2013

letter Where is your honor and decency Jarvis? By Hamilton Gelhar - From my understanding of Jesus Christ's teachings he taught love and kindness. Jesus taught love your neighbor as you love yourself. - More...
Saturday - April 13, 2013

letter Offensive By Edelweiss Serlin - I just finished reading the Viewpoints Opinion letter entitled "An open letter to the US Supreme Court, RE: Proposed legal rights for those that practice homosexual sex." I found this letter to be highly offensive and feel that it should not have been published on Sitnews. - More...
Saturday - April 13, 2013

letter Oil tax revenues By Victoria McDonald - Vic Fischer, a long time Alaskan, Anchorage city planner, and one of 55 citizens who drafted the Alaska constitution, released "To Russia with Love" in 2012. Vic's words on the struggles with the oil industry are especially pertinent as we face falling State revenues. - More...
Saturday - April 13, 2013

letter Open Letter: Strongly Oppose SB 21 By Joe Samaniego and Chaz Rivas - As students, we are writing to express our strong opposition to SB 21, which would reduce the price that oil companies pay to Alaska residents for our oil.  This legislation represents a multi-billion dollar theft which will eviscerate Alaska’s secondary and higher education system while compromising our state’s economic competitiveness. - More...
Saturday - April 13, 2013

letter Poor and middle class won't suffer under FairTax By Dr. Walter Wesley Snyder V - Some clarification of the FairTax is in order. I have read from several forums where people state the poor and middle class will suffer under FairTax. The poor and middle class are not put into hardship with this transparent tax. In fact, these two groups are better off with FairTax as they will have more spending money and can choose when to pay taxes. How would these groups make out under FairTax? - More...
Saturday - April 13, 2013

letter CBS STATION By Marlene Steiner - I want to know why that I am having problems watching Channel 4 when it is so compact to a 15 inch screen when I have 32 inch flat screen. This was NEVER this way until 4 days ago. I had contacted your Juneau station about this and all it comes down to is my provider is a fault. - More...
Saturday - April 13, 2013

letter RE: Ammo Hording By A. M. Johnson - It is obvious that Mike and I will not arrive at any middle ground on the subject of ammo. Mike prefers to rely on the info Congressman Young provided. Fine. That position allows me to interject a report to the public regarding the subject that I had requested from Representative Young's office and placed that request on a 10 day trace and so stated in a letter to Sitnews. To day a young staffer "Paul" representing Representative Young, responded by telephone. He advised that a number of House Republicans are not satisfied with the response received to Senator Coburn's specific request documenting the purchase and accumulation of this large ammo supply. It is my take away that the House will become more detailed in their request in the form of an audit on the purchases. Representative Young is support of the audit request. Let this serve as my confirmation that Representative Young did in deed, respond as reported. - More...
Saturday - April 13, 2013

letter The Truth and Encouragement to Check Out the Facts By Bob Sivertsen - This letter is in response to a message that was posted into ‘Annoucements’ on SitNews on April 9-10, 2013... - More...
Thursday AM - April 11, 2013

letter Our Ecosystem is dying By Andy Rauwolf - Today’s headlines:  “King Salmon Quota Reduced by 90,000”; “Halibut Shortages Driving Prices Higher”; Sitka Sound Herring Fishery Closed After Second Straight Year of Harvesting Less Than Half of Reduced Quota.” - More...
Thursday AM - April 11, 2013

letter RE: About the ammo hording By Mike Harpold - Dear Al, I had hoped to show there might be a simple explanation for federal agencies needs for such a seemingly large amount of ammo, jacketed hollow-points at that, and elected to pass along what I knew from my own experience. I did look at your references and not surprisingly wound up on Joe Miller's web page. I prefer to rely on the info Congressman Young provided. He's in a better position to know, and I appreciate that he chose not to perpetuate rumors. - More...
Thursday AM - April 11, 2013

letter Our wasted money By Don Petrey - Look at this sight and see the two green blocks on the top left and the two red ones at the bottom below them. Those are 2 diesel generators running at bailey power plant and the two green ones are the Swan turbines, not giving us any power - More...
Thursday AM - April 11, 2013

letter An open letter to the US Supreme Court, RE: Proposed legal rights for those that practice homosexual sex. By Michael W. Jarvis - “Homosexual civil rights" is an oxymoron. Popular support and practice of homosexuality puts humans on the endangered species list. Homosexuality is the ultimate anti-civil behavior since homo + homo = 0 +/- HIV AIDS! Those that practice homosexuality already have the right to be civil just as they have the right to choose homosexual sex, which is non-compulsory in that one can choose to abstain from sexual relations just as one can choose what kind of sex to engage in and with whom or what within the law; (children never an option). This means they do not qualify for minority status protection. - More...
Thursday AM - April 11, 2013

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