A nearly-half-million-dollar grant will speed restoration of Alaska’s oldest Haida longhouse. The structure was first built 130 years ago at Kasaan.
The Alaska Department of Natural Resources has issued a final decision transferring nearly 18 acres of submerged tidelands to the city, allowing the $54 million cruise ship dock project to move forward.
The Sealaska Heritage Institute is once again offering scholarships to students attending college, graduate school or vocational-technical programs.
At least one black bear in the Juneau area is having a hard time falling asleep this winter.
Albert Kookesh is stepping down at the same time Sealaska CEO Chris McNeil retires.
The ferry system’s 50th anniversary and a leadership change at Sealaska are among other top regional stories.
The Alaska Court of Appeals has reinstated overfishing charges against former State Senator Albert Kookesh and two other men.
About 6,500 Alaskans will see their emergency unemployment benefits come to an end on Saturday.
Medical evacuations are taking more and more Alaskans to in-state and Lower-48 critical-care facilities. But the medevac system is undergoing changes, with new aircraft, more competition and a shift in patients’ needs.