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Central Council addresses Southeast sea otter issue

Southeast Alaska’s largest tribal organization is pushing for changes in sea-otter management.

Tlingit-Haida Central Council delegates passed an otter resolution at their tribal assembly last week in Juneau.

Juneau Afternoon 4/26/12

We’ll get a preview of tomorrow’s Art of Place presentation with guest Helen Watkins; we’ll learn about a new iPad user Group; Brecken Kibby will … more

Wednesday Newscast 4/25/12

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New director for Catholic Community Service

A major Southeast social-service agency has a new top official.

Jean Strafford will take over as executive director of Catholic Community Service on May 1st.

Juneau Afternoon 4/25/12

We’ll talk with Howard Weaver, in town to sign copies of his new book, Write Hard, Die Free, and to speak for the World Affairs … more

Former cop pleads not guilty to charges

Troy Wilson faces 22 charges of attempted murder, assault, misconduct involving weapons, and criminal mischief.

Revisiting the AK 2012 Folk Festival

Ed Schoenfeld of Coastalaska News created this great slideshow with this year’s Folk Fest highlights.

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Revisiting the 2012 Alaska Folk Festival

Revisiting the 2012 Alaska Folk Festival

An audio slideshow of the Alaska Folk Festival, 2012.

Tuesday Newscast 4/24/12

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No comments on CBJ budget proposal

The Assembly adopted a motion setting the city’s local contribution to schools at about $23-million next year. But all budget ordinances were referred to the Finance Committee for more work. Douglas Harbor was renamed the “Mike Pusich Douglas Harbor.”