In this excerpt of a KTOO newscast, Rosemarie Alexander profiles some Juneau residents who were in New York during and immediately following the September 11th attacks. And then State Webmaster Andy Kline reviews some of the latest websites that include perspectives from other worldwide media. You can check them out by clicking on the Web Walk link below.
- Southeast’s largest tribal organization will soon be able to offer an alternative to the court system for some criminal cases.
- Joe Nelson of Juneau said many in the delegation felt strongly that the position should be filled by a tribal representative.
- The Presbyterian Church officially apologized to indigenous people across the country during a gathering of Alaska Native people this weekend. For decades the church took part in the forced removal of children from their homes and families.
- Polls show the presidential race is unusually tight in Alaska. Juneau residents attending two election events shared their opinions on the polls and the candidates.