Across Alaska, Friday was the last day in a four-week period where student attendance translates into school funding.
Juneau’s processed poop is going to start piling up come Jan. 1, unless a new disposal arrangement comes together soon.
Juneau is buying bike racks that double as public art with locally inspired motifs.
The anonymity of the travel ban’s community supporters is breeding skeptics of the official explanation.
Sealaska president Chris McNeil Jr. says he is leaving the regional Alaska Native corporation in a financially strong position.
Southeast Alaska’s maritime economy provides more than a quarter of the wages paid in the region.
A popular medevac insurer is back in business after a several-month shutdown. Fairbanks-based Apollo Medi Trans failed to renew its license to operate in Alaska earlier this year.
SEACC’s executive director has left the organization. Lindsey Ketchel spent about five years with the Southeast Alaska Conservation Council.
A dozen Southeast entrepreneurs will attend an economic boot camp this month to learn how to develop a business plan.
Leaders of Alaska’s visitors’ industry will gather in Sitka Oct. 7-10 for the Alaska Travel Industry Association’s annual conference.