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Sealaska land transfer includes logging, energy, cemetery sites

Sealaska land transfer includes logging, energy, cemetery sites The version of the Sealaska land transfer legislation that’s been attached to a defense bill has undergone revisions during a multi-year process.

Sealaska selections in Tongass added to defense bill

Sealaska selections in Tongass added to defense billA long-awaited land selection agreement for Sealaska Corporation is among a package of public land bills that are now slated to move quickly through Congress

EPA regs hit fishing industry, unless Congress meets deadline

Federal lawmakers return to Washington this week for the final days of the 113th Congress.

Southeast votes for Begich, Walker, Dunbar

Southeast votes for Begich, Walker, DunbarSen. Mark Begich would be headed back to Washington, D.C., had the rest of the state voted like Southeast. And Bill Walker would have solidly won the governor’s race.

Analysis: Juneau voters break for Democrats, back initiatives

Analysis: Juneau voters break for Democrats, back initiativesJuneau voters went against the national and statewide Republican trend Tuesday

Slideshow: political signs around Juneau

Slideshow: political signs around JuneauHere's just a small sample of election signs in the Juneau area.

New federal regulations to favor subsistence users, rural residents

New federal regulations to favor subsistence users, rural residentsThe changes should mean a more favorable process for villages and other rural communities that rely on hunting and fishing.

Forrest Dunbar interview

Forrest Dunbar interviewForrest Dunbar stopped by KTOO recently to talk about his campaign, policy and why he thinks he should replace Don Young.

Report: Second-growth logging can start now

Report: Second-growth logging can start nowTwo Oregon researchers, one an industry consultant and the other an environmental activist, say the transition to harvesting younger trees can happen within five years, a half to a third of what the Forest Service expects.

Young apologizes for suicide remarks; is warmly received at AFN

Young apologizes for suicide remarks; is warmly received at AFNAlaska Congressman Don Young angered many of his constituents this week with remarks about suicide at Wasilla High that he later acknowledged were insensitive.