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Orr to succeed Marshall as Juneau District Ranger

Orr to succeed Marshall as Juneau District Ranger

U.S. Forest Service announces new supervisor for 3.5 million acre portion of Tongass National Forest

Double-shooting suspects appear in court

Double-shooting suspects appear in court

First felony appearance was held Tuesday for James Depasquale, Jarell Torres and Amanda Phillips.

Rescued Southeast dogs, cats need foster homes

Rescued Southeast dogs, cats need foster homes

McGee could be the face of a bleak holiday for some Southeast dogs and cats. The Ketchikan Humane Society is looking for temporary Christmas homes for its rescued pets.

Subarctic lakes reportedly drying up at faster rates

Subarctic lakes reportedly drying up at faster rates

Research indicates that declining snowfall is contributing to desiccation of Yukon and Manitoba shallow lakes

Climate change could affect Southeast salmon habitat

Climate change could affect Southeast salmon habitat

Researchers suggest increased rainfall, temperatures could affect juvenile development, adult migration

Wrangell gets a three-story tree for Christmas

Wrangell gets a three-story tree for Christmas

Wrangell’s Christmas tree has come out of the forest and into its new home downtown.

Juneau funnymen to skewer lawmakers in 6 webisodes

Juneau funnymen to skewer lawmakers in 6 webisodes

Alaska lawmakers and politicians will have a few more committed critics to contend with this session.

From Minecraft to real craft

From Minecraft to real craft

Western Auto Marine’s general manager hopes to sow local interest in 3D printers.

Spate of thefts put Gustavus residents on edge

Spate of thefts put Gustavus residents on edge

$5,000 reward offered for information that leads to prosecution of thieves

Ketchikan official proposes selling dam

Ketchikan official proposes selling dam

A Ketchikan official wants to sell a dam project under development.