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What do bagels and soccer have in common?

What do bagels and soccer have in common?Watching World Cup at the Silverbow Bakery started eight years ago

How will Sealaska solve its money problems?

How will Sealaska solve its money problems?Sealaska holds its annual shareholders’ meeting Saturday near Seattle where a new CEO will take over.

Housing tops Juneau’s economic concerns

Housing tops Juneau’s economic concernsJuneau businesses and households identified housing as the greatest barrier to economic development in surveys.

Goldbelt president and CEO to retire

Goldbelt president and CEO to retire"At this point, my wife and I have decided that we want to have more free time

New radio stations reaching out to Natives, ‘under-represented’ audiences

New radio stations reaching out to Natives, ‘under-represented’ audiencesA new Fairbanks radio station is broadcasting programs aimed at the Native community in the Interior.

Hearthside Books retains local ownership

Hearthside Books retains local ownershipJuneau’s Hearthside Books has been sold to a local teacher

Critics question Sealaska ballot

Critics question Sealaska ballotFour Sealaska board of directors candidates say the regional Native corporation's balloting process violates a recent court ruling. Sealaska says there's no problem.

BLM completes land transfer for Alaska village

BLM completes land transfer for Alaska villageThe Bureau of Land Management says it has completed a land transfer for an Alaska Native village.

YKHC layoffs begin

YKHC layoffs beginThe Yukon-Kuskokwim Health Corporation started handing out pink slips Monday.

New EPA carbon-pollution rules will spark rate hikes in Fairbanks

New EPA carbon-pollution rules will spark rate hikes in FairbanksAbout 60 percent of GVEA’s electricity is generated by coal and oil, including diesel.