Secure Rural Schools paid $12 million last year to Alaska school districts, primarily in Southeast.
The Burke Museum of Natural History and Culture in Seattle recently opened an exhibit called “Here and Now: Native Artists Inspired.”
The Juneau-based video collective is once again raising money for its satirical news series.
Nineteen AmeriCorps volunteers throughout the state were told their positions, including stipends and benefits, could end on Monday.
Ishmael Hope's first book of poetry titled “Courtesans of Flounder Hill” will be released Sunday.
The resolution bans cigarettes, cigars, hookahs, water pipes, e-cigarettes, e-cigars and vape pens. It also forbids their use anywhere on a campus, including trails, parking lots and university-owned streets and sidewalks.
Assemblyman Loren Jones says an advisory board will bring focused attention to the rink’s management that the facility hasn’t gotten before.
Alaska is now one of a several states with a championship meet for girl wrestlers.
The Sitka Assembly was briefed on the hospital’s finances during a closed-door session Tuesday. The hospital’s chief financial officer has resigned. Very little information has been released to the public so far.