The state’s cruise-ship science advisory panel met for the first time Monday, Feb. 1. The introductory session brought members up to speed on pollution-control issues and procedural matters. But the controversy surrounding its membership, and the law that set it in place, was not far from the surface.Related Link: Link to more information about the science panel and its issues.
- Want to learn Tlingit? Sealaska Heritage Institute recently released two apps for just that.
- In collaboration with Trickster Company and Kindred Post we present the 2016 Celebration Sessions featuring jazz artist Chantil Dukart
- Depending on how the wind blows, Nome's wind farm on Banner Peak can generate up to 30 percent of the city's power.
- An old growth timber sale recently announced in a Ketchikan newspaper has one conservation group scratching its head. That’s because this type of harvest, near valuable salmon streams, won’t be allowed in the future.