Sealaska has been trying to select new acres for decades. If it does not, it still has the rights to land around a number of Southeast Native villages.
About 30 adults and children called for equality and greater subsistence fishery protection Wednesday morning in the ‘Idle No More’ rally in downtown Juneau. Several wore Native regalia, chanted songs, and danced as people took turns talking over a megaphone.
The federal Rural Development Agency wants to work with local nonprofit groups to help low-income Alaskans buy homes.
Majority Leader Harry Reid said he wants the Senate to pass its bill by the Fourth of July recess. He promised an open amendment process, complete with votes on all sorts of tweaks to the bill.
The Juneau Planning Commission has postponed reconsideration of the conditional use permit for a new boat launch and parking area at Statter Harbor.
If you’re a regular passenger, or have never taken a bus before, your input is important to the capital city bus system.
AVCP, a coalition of 56 Native villages in the Y-K Delta, has opposed the would-be road through the wilderness for years.
In April, Gov. Sean Parnell traveled to Europe for what he described as a “fact-finding mission” on international oil tax structures.
A Greenpeace airship promoting the group’s Bering Sea Canyons protection initiative sailed over Juneau’s Gastineau Channel on Saturday evening.