Scientists are finding more evidence that Southeast Alaska’s first residents arrived more than 10,000 years ago. It’s coming through a new method of locating early settlements.
"Prevention to us is shooting a moose and bringing it home and giving it to the whole community," says Ishmael Andrew.
This Friday at Hearthside Books, Juneau writer and UAS assistant professor of English, Ernestine Hayes, will release her book "Juneau" from Arcadia Publishing.
Sealaska Heritage still needs to raise less than $2.5 million of the $20 million project cost. The facility will be complete in January 2015.
Robert Loescher is checked over by security as he arrives at the Dimond Court Building on Thursday for arraignment on a theft charge. Photo by
"There are a lot of people who are working to try to stop this domestic violence and sexual assault epidemic," says Greg Marxmiller, who runs Myspace in Dillingham.
While many were still shopping Friday, a workshop for kids to make Tlingit-themed action figures was overbooked at the Alaska State Museum.
"Once people are learning it at home and using it, then you feel like you’re beginning to be out of danger for the language," says author Leanne Hinton.
David Katzeek spoke Tuesday in the final installment of Sealaska Heritage Institute’s Native American History Month Lecture Series.
The federal government has finalized new guidelines on the use of sea otters by Alaska Natives.