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Ferry Taku out of service for repairs Dec. 8-15

Ferry Taku out of service for repairs Dec. 8-15The Alaska Marine Highway ferry Taku will go into drydock for repairs the second week of December.

Forest Service: Transition means fewer unmilled logs

Forest Service: Transition means fewer unmilled logsAbout half of the timber cut in the Tongass National Forest is shipped in the round. When all that unmilled timber leaves the region, potential jobs leave with it.

My Brother’s Keeper program comes to Southeast

My Brother’s Keeper program comes to SoutheastSoutheast Alaska’s Tlingit and Haida Central Council has joined My Brother’s Keeper, a nationwide effort to help young men of color succeed.

Report: Subsidized logging costs feds millions

Report: Subsidized logging costs feds millionsA new report says the Forest Service is wasting millions of dollars by propping up a failing Southeast Alaska timber industry.

Ferry system delays youth travel restrictions

Ferry system delays youth travel restrictionsThe Alaska Marine Highway System won’t ban solo travel by children and teen-agers, at least for now.

Sealaska dividends range from $80 to $980

Sealaska dividends range from $80 to $980Sealaska’s winter shareholders’ dividends will again include no operational profits. That reflects last year’s multi-million-dollar deficit.

Mine critics target investors, government officials

Mine critics target investors, government officialsTransboundary mine critics are trying a new tactic in their opposition to the KSM mine. They’re telling investors it's a bad place to put their money.

BC official says mine concerns heard, critics disagree

BC official says mine concerns heard, critics disagreeBritish Columbia officials say they understand why Alaskans are concerned about new mines planned for transboundary rivers. But critics on this side of the border say they’re not doing anything about it.

Ferry system limits solo travel by kids, teenagers

Ferry system limits solo travel by kids, teenagersThe Alaska Marine Highway System will no longer allow children and teenagers under 18 to travel solo

Southeast votes for Begich, Walker, Dunbar

Southeast votes for Begich, Walker, DunbarSen. Mark Begich would be headed back to Washington, D.C., had the rest of the state voted like Southeast. And Bill Walker would have solidly won the governor’s race.