A weekly program of the Juneau Economic Development Council called “The Saturday Thing” aims to help kids rediscover the lost art of tinkering.
A pair of powerful Southeast lawmakers will face off in the 2012 election. Angoon’s Albert Kookesh and Sitka’s Bert Stedman will both run to represent a Senate district newly configured by redistricting.
Former U.S. Senate aide will now be sentenced February 7.
Rural Alaska’s economic and social problems require greater cooperation between Native Corporations and federally recognized tribes, says Tlingit and Haida Central Council President Ed Thomas.… more
Paul and Cheryl Hansen are being charged with felonies.
Three Southeast residents face charges related to charter fishing violations.
Now-decommissioned U.S. Coast Guard cutter could become floating museum for Juneau
Shannon Daut of Denver takes over from the retiring Char Fox.
Alaska Native Corporations display a strong ethos of corporate responsibility, according to an anthropologist who studies the organizations.
Details of the Sherman’s rescue of the Rebecca Irene.