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How the Alaska Native Brotherhood changed Alaska history

How the Alaska Native Brotherhood changed Alaska historyThe recently published book explores an often overlooked chapter in Alaska’s story.

Mosquito Lake residents organize to reopen school

Mosquito Lake residents organize to reopen schoolResidents in the area think there are enough students to reopen the school. Last year, there were nine children enrolled. Three left the school partway through the year.

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.

Sitka High struggles to maintain after-school activities with dwindling budget

Sitka High struggles to maintain after-school activities with dwindling budgetThe activities budget for Sitka High School may have reached a tipping point and it could force the end of some programs.

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.

Community hopes to keep much-loved Eagle Valley Center alive

Community hopes to keep much-loved Eagle Valley Center alive"It is just a really special place," says Darren Snyder, UAF Cooperative Extension agent.

State hires project lead for Medicaid expansion

The job is “Medicaid expansion project director” and it’s being filled by Chris Ashenbrenner, who spent two decades working for the department and came out of retirement to take on this challenge.

School Board to decide if Montessori Borealis should be its own school

School Board to decide if Montessori Borealis should be its own schoolThe Montessori Borealis community wants their program, with teachers like Cory Crossett, to be becomes its own expanded Montessori school.

Meet Juneau’s map and book antiquarian

Meet Juneau’s map and book antiquarianIf you want to find a rare book or unusual map in Juneau, there’s only one place to go--Dee Longenbaugh’s shop.

Sitka AmeriCorps takes over SAGA volunteers

Sitka AmeriCorps takes over SAGA volunteers"These kiddos are going to get to finish and complete their term of service and feel valued," says Sitka AmeriCorps Coordinator Faith Lee.