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Large crowd greets Celebration paddlers

Large crowd greets Celebration paddlersPaddlers from Yakutat to Metlakatla and places in between landed their canoes on a Juneau beach Wednesday afternoon.

Critics question Sealaska ballot

Critics question Sealaska ballotFour Sealaska board of directors candidates say the regional Native corporation's balloting process violates a recent court ruling. Sealaska says there's no problem.

Southeast loses 10 school superintendents

Southeast loses 10 school superintendentsMore than half of Southeast Alaska’s school districts have hired new superintendents this year.

Wrangell’s new boat lift is the biggest in Southeast

Wrangell’s new boat lift is the biggest in SoutheastWrangell’s new boat lift means more big ships can be repaired without leaving the region.

No free ride for Southeast legislative candidates

No free ride for Southeast legislative candidatesAll Southeast legislative incumbents face challengers this year. A dozen people put their names in the hat by Monday’s filing deadline.

A walk down Alaska Folk Festival memory lane

A walk down Alaska Folk Festival memory laneThe 49th state's acoustic musicians celebrated a big anniversary last month in Juneau with the 40th annual Alaska Folk Festival.

Wrangell timber sale plan moving forward

Wrangell timber sale plan moving forwardThe U.S. Forest Service is moving closer to selling old-growth timber stands on roaded areas of Wrangell Island.

Anthony Mallott is Sealaska’s new CEO

Anthony Mallott is Sealaska’s new CEOA second generation of Mallotts is taking over the helm at Sealaska.

Fifteen to review Tongass management plan

Fifteen to review Tongass management planThe U.S. Department of Agriculture has named 15 people to a committee providing advice on changes in Tongass National Forest management.

Discretionary voting before Sealaska shareholders

Discretionary voting before Sealaska shareholdersA measure before Sealaska shareholders could alter the way board elections are held. And that could bring some leadership changes.