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Taku River Tlingit sue to stop Tulsequah Mine

Taku River Tlingit sue to stop Tulsequah Mine


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Water treatment plant at Tulsequah. It operated for a few months to treat acid rock drainage, but Chieftain shut it down due to the

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Research shows Alaska Native, Australian indigenous groups’ isolation from flu

Research shows Alaska Native, Australian indigenous groups’ isolation from fluH7N9 has infected 150 people and killed 45 since it emerged in Chinese domesticated poultry last year.

Begich: Pebble will harm salmon

Begich: Pebble will harm salmonBegich is first of Alaska's congressional delegation to take a firm stand against the mine

Alaska lawmakers file bill to create Dr. Walter Soboleff Day

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Grant advances Kasaan longhouse repairs

Grant advances Kasaan longhouse repairsA nearly-half-million-dollar grant will speed restoration of Alaska’s oldest Haida longhouse. The structure was first built 130 years ago at Kasaan.

Preventing language loss: A three-step process

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Appeals court reinstates overfishing charges against Kookesh, two others

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Ancient shoreline search boosts evidence of early human habitation

Ancient shoreline search boosts evidence of early human habitationScientists 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.

Domestic violence prevention comes in many forms

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Ernestine Hayes releases a new book about Juneau

Ernestine Hayes releases a new book about JuneauThis Friday at Hearthside Books, Juneau writer and UAS assistant professor of English, Ernestine Hayes, will release her book "Juneau" from Arcadia Publishing.