Lieutenant Nicole Auth received the honor for helping the U.S. sailing team win the bronze medal at the 5th Military World Games held earlier this year in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
Juneau has received nearly 50 inches of snow since Nov. 1st.
Is the Alaska Native Claims Settlement Act a path to assimilation or a means of cultural survival?
That’s the question posed by Sealaska Heritage Institute President Rosita Worl.
Eaglecrest has more snow than any other ski area in North America.
The state is reexamining its cost estimate for the first Alaska Class Ferry. And it’s likely to come in higher than the total allocated to construction. CoastAlaska’s Ed Schoenfeld reports.
The Alaska Marine Highway System plans to change a policy that keeps many horse-owners from taking their animals on ferries.
Antonietta “Ann” Robinson pled guilty to stealing $300,000
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.