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Always stay back from the face of Mendenhall Glacier

Always stay back from the face of Mendenhall GlacierWater is still rising in Suicide Basin on the Mendenhall Glacier, but if or when it will release isn’t predictable

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.

Hatchery chum salmon forecast close to 2013 levels

Hatchery chum salmon forecast close to 2013 levelsThe first returns of hatchery chum salmon are showing up in fishing nets in Southeast Alaska this month.

Hatchery in Kake closing June 30th

Hatchery in Kake closing June 30thA hatchery in the Southeast community of Kake is closing its doors this month and has released its final chum, pink and coho salmon.

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

Federal presence on king salmon runs marks another year of firsts

Federal presence on king salmon runs marks another year of firstsFor 32 communities inside the Yukon Delta National Wildlife Refuge, enforcement is being carried out not by the state, but by the federal officers.

U.S. Senators work to allow foreign students back in fish plants

In Congress yesterday, a bill that would allow foreign students to work in Alaska fish processing plants cleared a major committee.

Anxiety and threats on the Kuskokwim as first salmon gillnet openings near

Anxiety and threats on the Kuskokwim as first salmon gillnet openings nearFour weeks into salmon fishing restrictions, the atmosphere along the Kuskokwim River is tense.