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Ketchikan official proposes selling dam

Ketchikan official proposes selling dam

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

Injured camper rescued by commercial helicopter

Unidentified woman rescued Sunday afternoon near Camping Cove

Thin attendance at first middle school travel task force meeting

Only three people showed up for the first meeting of a community task force looking at Juneau middle school travel policies.

Veterans Day observed in Juneau

Veterans Day observed in Juneau

Veterans, and their family and friends honor those who’ve served

Native leader charged with theft

Native leader charged with theft

Bob Loescher allegedly stole $21,515 from ANB/ANS Grand Camp subsistence rights defense accounts

New research focusing on local glacial estuary habitat

New research focusing on local glacial estuary habitat

Glacial recession impacts on fish and invertebrates previewed at Southeast Alaska Watershed Symposium

FCC approves GCI’s purchase of television stations

FCC approves GCI’s purchase of television stations

The Federal Communications Commission has approved GCI’s purchase of an Anchorage and two Southeast television stations. But the company says viewers will not notice much change once Denali Media is on the air.

Petersburg school district staffer arrested for possessing child porn

Tye Leif Petersen, 45, is being held in Juneau to await trial

Hoonah lawsuit going to trial early next fall

Hoonah lawsuit going to trial early next fall

Officer Matthew Tokuoka’s widow filed a wrongful death lawsuit alleging negligence, loss of consortium, breach of contract

Alaska Airlines alliance with Delta evolves into ‘frenemies’

Alaska Airlines alliance with Delta evolves into ‘frenemies’

A business partnership involving Alaska and Delta airlines is fraying around the edges.