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Report: Second-growth logging can start now

Report: Second-growth logging can start nowTwo Oregon researchers, one an industry consultant and the other an environmental activist, say the transition to harvesting younger trees can happen within five years, a half to a third of what the Forest Service expects.

More Big Thorne timber sales announced

More Big Thorne timber sales announcedConservationists say the area where the sales are planned needs protection.

Sealaska subsidiary closes Kake office, lays off 3

Sealaska subsidiary closes Kake office, lays off 3The layoffs by the Sealaska subsidiary Managed Business Solutions comes after it losing a large contract.

Fire on the mountain near the Yukon River

Fire on the mountain near the Yukon RiverA smoking mountain near the Yukon River not far from Eagle is, after further study, still a puzzle.

Southeast cities hot and cold on ballot measures

Southeast cities hot and cold on ballot measuresSoutheast Alaska voters shot down some tax changes and construction projects during the Oct. 7 municipal elections.

State voter pamphlet contains anti-Begich ad

The Division of Elections voter pamphlet is arriving in mailboxes across the state. Way in the back is a page that caught some voters by surprise.

AK Public Media, ADN sue Parnell over records requests

Alaska Public Media and Alaska Dispatch News are suing Governor Sean Parnell over access to documents related to the National Guard scandal.

Retired colonel implicated in guard abuse scandal

Some of the alleged perpetrators in the Alaska National Guard abuse scandal are being called out.

Troopers investigating deaths in Shageluk

The Yukon-Kuskokwim Health Corporation in Bethel has deployed health care workers to the village of Shageluk where Alaska State Troopers are investigating two deaths. Dan Winkelman is the President and CEO of YKHC and a Shageluk tribal member

Parnell, Walker spar at Soldotna gubernatorial debate

Four gubernatorial candidates took questions at a Chamber of Commerce forum Wednesday in Soldotna.