About 60 people attended the rainy campaign rally. Byron Mallott’s stump speech was about 9 minutes long.
The Fairweather is expected to return to service Thursday on its regular summer run to Angoon and Sitka.
A dam failure at a British Columbia mine shows what could happen at proposed near-border mines. But some tribal governments strongly support development.
KUAC-FM in Fairbanks will not leave the Alaska Public Radio Network, at least not for a couple months.
The Alaska Legislative Council approved an additional $650,000 to its $5.8 million Capitol building renovation contract on Thursday.
Southeast Alaskans can learn more about regional transportation projects at a series of meetings starting Aug. 6.
A controversial mine planned for an area northeast of Ketchikan just won environmental approval from the British Columbia government.
The Tongass National Forest is in the crosshairs of environmental organizations again. Two large coalitions are pressuring the Obama administration to stop all old-growth logging, in part to fight climate change.