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Group seeks to prevent suicide through paddle-making

Group seeks to prevent suicide through paddle-making

Last weekend, the One People Canoe Society held a two-day paddle-making workshop in Wrangell.

Southeast tribes meet about mining concerns

Southeast tribes meet about mining concerns

Southeast Alaska tribal leaders are meeting to discuss Canadian mines that could impact regional fisheries.

City wants citizen input on cell tower master plan

City wants citizen input on cell tower master plan

The second neighborhood meeting is March 27 at UAS.

Front Street Community Health Center to serve all

Front Street Community Health Center to serve all

Instead of just serving individuals experiencing homelessness, Front Street Clinic will soon be open to everyone.

University President says gun bill unacceptable

University President says gun bill unacceptable

UA President Pat Gamble says a bill permitting concealed handguns on campus is unacceptable.

Complaints of bedbugs increase in Alaska

Complaints of bedbugs increase in Alaska

State health officials say bedbugs are on the rise in Alaska.

HUD awards $2.2M for Alaska housing improvements

HUD awards $2.2M for Alaska housing improvements

The Alaska Housing Finance Corp. has a little more money to work with thanks to HUD grants

Why mental illness is the ‘no-casserole’ illness

Why mental illness is the ‘no-casserole’ illness

Pam Robinson calls mental illness the “no-casserole illness,” even though she says it’s just like any other physical illness

University, state timber offerings planned near Petersburg

University, state timber offerings planned near Petersburg

The UA lands office is offering two timber sales on Mitkof Island south of Petersburg this year.

With deadline approaching, more Alaskans signing up for health insurance

With deadline approaching, more Alaskans signing up for health insurance

The boost comes as the March 31st open enrollment deadline for health insurance approaches.