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Sealaska dividends include no corporate earnings

Sealaska dividends include no corporate earnings

Most Sealaska shareholders will get a $721 spring dividend. But others will only receive $57.

NMFS clears commercial fishing in sea lion habitat

NMFS clears commercial fishing in sea lion habitat

The National Marine Fisheries Service is prepared to loosen controversial limits on commercial fishing in the western Aleutian Islands.

Weigh in on Juneau’s economic future tonight

Weigh in on Juneau’s economic future tonight

The town hall meeting is part of an economic development plan, for which the Juneau Assembly allocated $100,000.

Is Juneau ready for a cruise ship security threat?

Is Juneau ready for a cruise ship security threat?

Emergency officials in Juneau are testing their response to a cruise ship security threat today.

Forest Service wants your input on the Mendenhall Glacier

Forest Service wants your input on the Mendenhall Glacier

Visitor center director John Neary wants to start creating a master plan for the Mendenhall Glacier and its visitor center.

Company hopes to tap high winds for rural power

Company hopes to tap high winds for rural power

A Boston-based company is scouting for an Alaska location to test a flying wind turbine that could lower power costs in rural villages.

Herring seiners hit target — and then some — in quick Saturday opener

Herring seiners hit target — and then some — in quick Saturday opener

The 48 permit holders caught the last remaining fish in this year’s harvest limit — and then some — in a wild 45-minute opener Saturday afternoon right in front of downtown Sitka.

Cable fight might impact some Alaska viewers

Cable fight might impact some Alaska viewers

Some Alaskans may be without their MTV next week because of a price dispute involving GCI and media conglomerate Viacom.

Union opposes legislative action on minimum wage

Union opposes legislative action on minimum wage

The head of the state’s largest labor union says Alaska AFL-CIO would oppose any moves by lawmakers to raise the minimum wage ahead of a ballot measure.

Boost in B.C. mining has Alaska fishermen nervous

Boost in B.C. mining has Alaska fishermen nervous

The head of British Columbia’s government has pledged to spur mining development, and that has fishermen in Southeast Alaska nervous.