If an oil spill hits Glacier Bay, there’s a better chance of cleaning it up. The Southeast Alaska Petroleum Resource Organization has cached additional oil spill-response equipment at the Gustavus Airport, not far from the mouth of the bay.
Here’s a slideshow of July 4th photos from Douglas, Juneau, Sitka and Petersburg.
More oyster farms are opening up in Southeast Alaska. It’s part of an effort to create jobs through tribal businesses in small communities. (With an OysterFest slideshow.)
Pat Moore hosts. We’ll hear Beth Weigel’s Mudroom presentation from last season; Jack Gregson, past president of the Juneau Amateur Radio Club, will give us … more
Murkowski says the Niblack and Bokan Mountain mines could provide stable, well-paying jobs for hundreds of people. But with no roads to either site, workers would have to be boated or flown to and from the mines.
On Today’s show we heard from Mark Calvert from AWARE and Steve SuWing, a parent leader with the Father’s Community Café. Shona Strausser from Perseverance … more
Join us June 28th for an amazing feast! It’s a five-course dinner, belly dancing, breaking plates and an exclusive Night in Istanbul at the Zephyr … more
Tune into the Alaska Identity Project on Thursday, June 7, 2012. Host Adrien Lopez will first interview Libby Riddles, first woman to win the Iditarod … more
Hours may change, but the Douglas Post Office is likely to stay open, thanks to a new plan announced Wednesday by the U.S. Postal Service.
Makayla McRoberts of Port Protection went for a walk on Sunday.