Ernest Leffingwell lived for nine summers and six winters in a cabin made from the ship that brought him to Flaxman Island in 1906.
JDIA coaches and advanced players showed newcomers how much fun hockey could be.
An investigation released Thursday details a long list of failures in how the Alaska National Guard handles reports of sexual assault and other matters.
A man shot in Bethel last month during an altercation with police was arrested Wednesday by Alaska State Troopers after being released from the hospital in Anchorage.
Southeast residents will be able to buy locally milled lumber in the future as small scale timber sales begin on Mitkof Island.
A judge ruled that the State of Alaska violated the Voting Rights Act by failing to provide translations into Native languages.
Maryland tax authorities said this week they’ll investigate whether Republican U.S. Senate candidate Dan Sullivan improperly benefited from tax breaks intended for Maryland residents
The Navy is currently conducting trainings in the Gulf of Alaska under the project name Northern Edge.
A federal district court judge has sided with plaintiffs who say the state is not doing enough to help non-English-speaking voters.
It’s got a Vietnam vet with a big heart and anger management problems, a small-town newspaper reporter, and a hippie radio station.