In the first three years of this decade, Southeast Alaska reversed a trend of anemic population growth that defined the previous 10 years for the region.
The Forest Service is setting up an advisory board to help rewrite the Tongass National Forest’s management plan.
Two economists Thursday offered different takes on what Alaska’s slowing economy means at the World Trade Center Alaska’s annual statewide economic forecast talk in Juneau.
A large Sitka spruce tree toppled over in Juneau’s Evergreen Cemetery during a storm that blew through Southeast Alaska Tuesday.
Juneau Democratic Sen. Dennis Egan says the upcoming legislative session will be different from last year’s simply because there are fewer state dollars to go around.
State education spending and the possibilities for an Alaska gasline are top priorities for the minority leader of the Alaska House of Representative.
There won’t be many appropriations for Southeast Alaska projects this legislative session. That’s the word from Sitka Senator Bert Stedman, who represents most of the region.
The proposal calls for landfill operator Waste Management to continue shipping the city’s processed sewage sludge to the Lower 48 for the next five years.
Hopothermia Double IPA will be available in four packs in all 15 states where Alaskan Brewing Company beers are sold.
November 14th of every year would be Dr. Walter Soboleff Day. Another proposed bill would make 20 Alaska Native languages official state languages.