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Composting, ecotours, distillery in running for Path to Prosperity prize

Composting, ecotours, distillery in running for Path to Prosperity prizeSoutheast Alaska entrepreneurs are getting a second chance to win $40,000 to develop regional businesses.

Empty Chair Project recognizes Juneau’s Japanese WWII internees

Empty Chair Project recognizes Juneau’s Japanese WWII interneesMore than 200 people attended the dedication ceremony for a bronze sculpture recognizing Southeast Alaska's internees

Mendenhall flood waters begin to recede

Mendenhall flood waters begin to recedeAfter setting a flooding record, waters have begun to recede on Mendenhall Lake and River.

Water(borne) issues float Sitka assembly meeting

Water(borne) issues float Sitka assembly meetingThe Sitka assembly last night revised the way revenues from water sales will be handled, in order to avoid flooding any single department with money.

New ferry schedule has few changes

New ferry schedule has few changesThe ferry schedule for this fall, winter and spring is now available online. It's similar to last year's sailing calendar.

Flood warnings issued for Skagway, Fairbanks streams

Taiya River and Goldstream Creek swell after heavy rain

New Sealaska leaders promise growth, changes

New Sealaska leaders promise growth, changesSealaska has been losing money, but it's new board chairman and CEO say the regional Native corporation is gearing up for growth.

Avista buys AELP for $170 million

Avista buys AELP for $170 millionJuneau's Alaska Electric Light and Power has merged with Spokane-based Avista Corp.

Gustavus to celebrate 100 years of pioneer spirit

Gustavus to celebrate 100 years of pioneer spiritThe first three couples that arrived in Gustavus didn’t end up staying, but they paved the way for many others who did.

Alaska tops corruption rankings in policy journal

Alaska tops corruption rankings in policy journalThe rankings were based on corruption-related convictions of federal, state and local public employees and elected officials from 1976 to 2008.