The state is setting aside more of its land for logging.
Governor Sean Parnell today (Sept. 7th) signed a bill adding 23,000 acres to the … more
Sitka’s home-grown cruise company has wrapped up its first season. And it’s already planning to expand, with sailings to southern Southeast starting next year. Several … more
Government and nonprofit groups gathered on Prince of Wales Island recently to celebrate a pair of restoration projects.
The Nature Conservancy, Trout Unlimited and the … more
The Juneau Economic Development Council has taken its show on the road. Its operations director, Margaret O’Neal, was in Sitka this week to talk to … more
A group of students from Sitka are in Kodiak this week for the second half of an exchange with the Woody Island tribe. Like many … more
Two Alaska Airlines pilots are being recognized for safely handling a jet last year after one of its engines exploded while taking off from Sitka.… more
A pair of small, high-end cruise lines are expanding their Alaska fleets. The Seattle-based companies are filling some of the void left when Cruise West … more
JUNEAU, ALASKA (2011-08-16) Reactions to the proposed ferry schedule for next summer are mixed. In general, communities like more service and dislike reductions. But it’s … more
A bill just heard by a Congressional committee would allow Tlingits from Hoonah to harvest seagull eggs in Glacier Bay. It would resume a tradition … more
Alaska’s marine highway plans some schedule changes next summer. The fast ferry will begin port calls in Angoon but have fewer stops in Petersburg. The … more