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Plea agreement possible for former Petersburg school employee

Tye Leif Petersen was arrested on charges of possession and distribution of child pornography

Comment period opens on Navy Draft EIS

Comment period opens on Navy Draft EIS

The U.S. Navy is seeking comments on a Draft Environmental Impact Statement that will update the Navy’s Northwest military training and testing activities, including the Southeast Alaska Acoustic Measurement Facility in Behm Canal near Ketchikan.

Taku River Tlingit sue to stop Tulsequah Mine

Taku River Tlingit sue to stop Tulsequah Mine

The Taku River Tlingit First Nation has filed suit in the Supreme Court of British Columbia to stop the Tulsequah Chief Mine.

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Haines guide, Canadian clients on trial for alleged wildlife crimes

Charges against John Katzeek, Brian Hicken, Kenneth Cox, and Tyler Antel include conspiracy to violate the Lacey Act

Research shows Alaska Native, Australian indigenous groups’ isolation from flu

Research shows Alaska Native, Australian indigenous groups’ isolation from flu

H7N9 has infected 150 people and killed 45 since it emerged in Chinese domesticated poultry last year.

Juneau Rep. Beth Kerttula resigns

Juneau Rep. Beth Kerttula resigns

Kerttula has represented Juneau for 15 years. Due to redistricting, her current seat includes Petersburg, Gustavus and Tenakee Springs.

Industry consultant: Cruise lines again ‘bullish’ on Alaska

Industry consultant: Cruise lines again ‘bullish’ on Alaska

Years of steady declines in cruise ship traffic to Sitka should be coming to an end — eventually.

Preventing language loss: A three-step process

Preventing language loss: A three-step process

Lance Twitchell says it’s time for a dramatic shift in the way Alaskans look at endangered languages

White Christmas likely for Juneau

White Christmas likely for Juneau

46% chance of Christmas snow, 58% chance of New Year’s Eve rain or snow

Wash. closes geoduck harvesting area

Chinese reportedly detected arsenic in shipment of clams harvested in October by the Puyallup Tribe in Poverty Bay