Thank you for 25 years of community radio!

KTNA went live on-air on January 17, 1993 in a small log cabin in downtown Talkeetna.  You, the residents of the Upper Susitna Valley, have sustained this service ever since with your time and financial support.

Join KTNA members this Saturday February 24th from 7 to 9 pm at the Sheldon Community Arts Hangar to celebrate community radio in the Susitna Valley. Help us thank some of our dedicated volunteers, enjoy finger foods, and dance to One Hot Mess, a gypsy jazz band from Anchorage.

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Tips for Healthy Living 2-23-18

On this episode of Tips for Healthy Living, Holly Stinson visited with Sue Deyoe about the healthy reasons to bike in the winter, how to do it safely and warmly, and good trails for winter biking around Talkeetna.  

Mike Shower senate appointment confirmed

Senate Republicans have confirmed the appointment of Mike Shower to fill a vacancy in District E. Shower is a twenty-year veteran of the United States Air Force, and retired at the rank of lieutenant colonel. Senate President Pete Kelly praises Shower’s military service, saying “Alaska is home to more military veterans per capita than any…

USAF veteran appointed to Senate vacancy

Governor Bill Walker has appointed retired Air Force Lieutenant Colonel Mike Shower to fill the vacancy in Senate District E. Shower lives in Wasilla, and currently works as a pilot for FedEx. Mike Shower is the third person appointed by Walker to fill the seat once occupied by Mike Dunleavy. Dunleavy resigned from the seat…

Su Valley boys win Crowley Classic

The Su Valley Boys took first place in the Crowley Classic Basketball Tournament this weekend in thrilling fashion. The Rams started the tournament with a dominant victory over Tri-Valley. By the time the final buzzer sounded, the Su Valley boys had won 74 to 42. On Friday, the boys put up a victory against King…

Crowley Classic begins

The 2018 Crowley Classic Basketball Tournament is underway at Su Valley High School.   This year, six teams are competing from around the state. Nenana, Sand Point, Tri-Valley, Redington, and King Cove are all taking part in addition to Su Valley. Games began Thursday afternoon, and will run through Saturday.   The Rams’ first games…