Former Haines Representative Bill Thomas is considering a run for the House seat being vacated by Juneau’s Beth Kerttula. But he’s more likely to take on Juneau Senator Dennis Egan.
The chairman of the Alaska Redistricting Board says state residents need to have a conversation about the growing number of people who live in each legislative district.
Charges against John Katzeek, Brian Hicken, Kenneth Cox, and Tyler Antel include conspiracy to violate the Lacey Act
Education funding and the state’s unfunded public employee retirement obligation topped the list of topics discussed by the Juneau Assembly and the Capital City’s legislative delegation on Wednesday.
Sealaska is looking for a young shareholder to take a seat on its board of directors.
Kerttula has represented Juneau for 15 years. Due to redistricting, her current seat includes Petersburg, Gustavus and Tenakee Springs.
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.