Sealaska’s winter shareholders’ dividends will again include no operational profits. That reflects last year’s multi-million-dollar deficit.
Transboundary 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.
British 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.
The Alaska Marine Highway System will no longer allow children and teenagers under 18 to travel solo
Sen. 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.
Most Southeast legislative candidates oppose the marijuana and Bristol Bay ballot initiatives. But they support the minimum wage measure.
British Columbia mines are slated to be built close to transboundary rivers. That worries some candidates for the Alaska Legislature.
Two 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.
Conservationists say the area where the sales are planned needs protection.
The layoffs by the Sealaska subsidiary Managed Business Solutions comes after it losing a large contract.