Raegan Miller covers communities—Alaska Native, Asian American and rural—in southeast Alaska for KRBD public radio in Ketchikan, Alaska. Previously, she was a reporter for the Ketchikan Daily News, covering the pandemic, the arts, education issues and business. Her stories on a tourism-driven road improvement project, a homegrown filmmaker's festival debut, and a hydroponic farm startup have appeared in publications around the U.S. and in Canada. Born and raised in Alaska, Miller studied at the University of Alaska Southeast. Her work has been featured in Tidal Echoes, the university’s literary and arts journal, and in "A Tether to This World,” a collection of essays, stories and poems.
KRBD is a nonprofit community radio station and news site serving Ketchikan and surrounding communities. News is key to its programming and its success, and KRBD delivers relevant, reliable information for all the communities it serves. KRBD also provides emergency information, music and entertainment.
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