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Update: Plan to sink vessel back on

Update: Plan to sink vessel back on

The Petersburg-based Coast Guard cutter Anacapa will now proceed with plans to sink the Ryou-un Maru, using its 25-calliber bow mounted machine gun.

Update: Plan to sink vessel on hold

Update: Plan to sink vessel on hold

The US Coast Guard has put on hold a plan to sink that Japanese fishing vessel adrift at sea since last year’s tsunami. Petty Officer David Moseley says another fishing vessel in the area is preventing the Coast Guard from sinking the Japanese ship.

This Year’s Thank You Gifts

This Year’s Thank You Gifts

Below are this year’s thank you gifts adorned with the Charity Green design. You can see the full list of pledge levels, and make your … more

Juneau Afternoon 2/28/12

BBBS, Pavitt Fitness, Planetarium… more

Begich says Arctic development is Alaska’s future

U. S. Senator Mark Begich says Alaska’s future is in the development of natural resources in the Arctic — and increasing U.S. presence there.

Federal budget cuts could target Native programs

Alaska Federation of Natives President Julie Kitka warns that the continuing federal budget battle could impact essential services.

But she says it’s hard to tell where the ax will fall.

Rollergirls Alaska

Rollergirls Alaska

Click Here to watch our LIVE Web Stream, Saturday at 7:00 pm!… more

Juneau Afternoon 2/14/2012

Pat Moore hosts; Sneed Collard, author of books about science for children, will tell us about the talk he’ll be giving at the Douglas Library … more

Rural lawmaker pushes place-based education

A Western Alaska lawmaker says place-based education is working.

Representative Reggie Joule, a Kotzebue Democrat, told Juneau’s Native Issues Forum today (Feb. 8) that the approach makes sense.

Native groups oppose expanded otter pelt sales

Several Alaska Native organizations oppose a legislative effort to increase sea otter harvests.