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Sealaska Heritage Institute begins move into Walter Soboleff Center

Sealaska Heritage Institute begins move into Walter Soboleff CenterCOO Lee Kadinger hopes Sealaska Heritage Institute will be relocated by the end of January. The grand opening of the Walter Soboleff Center is May 15.

Coastline search leads to first residents’ camps

Coastline search leads to first residents’ campsUnderstanding the rise and fall of Southeast Alaska's landscape is helping scientists learn more about the area’s early human settlements.

Worl skates into the Burke Museum

Worl skates into the Burke MuseumThe Burke Museum of Natural History and Culture in Seattle recently opened an exhibit called “Here and Now: Native Artists Inspired.”

The flavor of real: Ishmael Hope’s “The Courtesans of Flounder Hill”

The flavor of real: Ishmael Hope’s “The Courtesans of Flounder Hill”Ishmael Hope's first book of poetry titled “Courtesans of Flounder Hill” will be released Sunday.

Juneau schools to replace controversial texts with local history

Juneau schools to replace controversial texts with local historySuperintendent Mark Miller urges community to come together "to document and tell your truth."

Sealaska lands legislation could move with defense bill

Sealaska lands legislation could move with defense billThe long-awaited Sealaska bill is one piece of a Public Lands package that’s been added to a must-pass defense bill.

Southeast Native community welcomes Walker and Mallott

Southeast Native community welcomes Walker and Mallott"It feels like we finally have Alaskans fighting for Alaskans. Gunalchéesh," said Richard Peterson, president of Tlingit and Haida Central Council.

Sealaska selections in Tongass added to defense bill

Sealaska selections in Tongass added to defense billA long-awaited land selection agreement for Sealaska Corporation is among a package of public land bills that are now slated to move quickly through Congress

New Goldbelt CEO is CIA, Homeland Security veteran

Robert Irwin of Virginia has decades of experience in the federal government and officially begins work at the Juneau-based Native corporation Dec. 15.

Superintendent responds to book controversy

Superintendent responds to book controversyMark Miller said curriculum materials don’t meet the needs of students in Alaska.