With the new year, eligible Alaskans can begin signing up for the 2015 Permanent Fund Dividend.
Gov. Bill Walker has delegated his authority on the Point Thomson lawsuit to his lieutenant governor, while still leaving open the possibility of his involvement.
The year in news in Southeast Alaska can be summed up by three topics: mining, timber and elections.
Two graduates of the Hecla's “Pathway to Mining Careers” program entered the work-force this summer at Greens Creek Mine.
Lack of political support in D.C. is forcing the federal coordinator for the Alaska gas pipeline to close up shop.
The fourth publicly accessible electric vehicle charging station in Juneau will go online the day after Christmas at the Marine Parking Garage.
Alaska Governor Bill Walker signed a Memorandum of Understanding on Tuesday with Japan-based Resources Energy, Inc. for liquefied natural gas development and export out of Cook Inlet.
Sitka Community Hospital will get a $1-million infusion of cash from the Sitka assembly, in order to meet short-term expenses.
Commercial crabbers this fall added another one million pounds of Dungeness crab to a better than average season.