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Tlingit-Haida central council elects new president

Tlingit-Haida central council elects new president

Richard Peterson of Kasaan is the new president of the Tlingit-Haida central council

Northrim Bank gives $35,000 to University of Alaska Southeast

Northrim Bank gives $35,000 to University of Alaska Southeast

The donation is part of nearly $240,000 Northrim Bank is giving to the University of Alaska for business programs and economic research.

ConocoPhillips exec: Current oil tax structure is good for Alaska

ConocoPhillips exec: Current oil tax structure is good for Alaska

Scott Jepsen with ConocoPhillips Alaska says the oil tax cut approved by lawmakers last year improved the business climate in the state.

Forest Service plans improvements to Lena Beach, West Glacier & Treadwell

Forest Service plans improvements to Lena Beach, West Glacier & Treadwell

Public comment on projects to Lena Beach Recreation Area, the West Glacier Spur Road and Treadwell Ditch Trail are due in a week.

Foot stomping tunes by the Gallus Brothers

Foot stomping tunes by the Gallus Brothers

The Gallus Brothers, will play tonight at the Juneau Arts and Culture Center. Here’s an audio postcard about the band.

Fire at Chapel by the Lake could have been much worse

Fire at Chapel by the Lake could have been much worse

Capital City Fire / Rescue and the Juneau Police Department are investigating the fire

Cajun band “Bonsoir, Catin” plays Alaska Folk Fest

Cajun band “Bonsoir, Catin” plays Alaska Folk Fest

Bonsoir, Catin band member Kristi Guillory talks about the band’s style of music and the history of the Cajun culture.

Defense rests, judgment of acquittal denied

Defense rests, judgment of acquittal denied

Closing arguments in Robert Kowalski homicide trial set for Wednesday

Is Juneau’s budget shortfall as bad as it seems?

Is Juneau’s budget shortfall as bad as it seems?

While an estimated $12 million shortfall may sound dire, the Juneau Assembly has nearly $20 million in savings to work with.

Big change in tribal leadership coming

Big change in tribal leadership coming

Four people are running for president of Southeast’s largest tribal organization.