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Huna Totem may build own dock without city grant

Huna Totem may build own dock without city grantHoonah’s village Native corporation may build its own cruise-ship dock, bypassing a city effort funded by the Legislature.

State blocks $15 million Hoonah dock grant

State blocks $15 million Hoonah dock grantState officials say they’ll withdraw funding for a $15 million Hoonah dock unless the Southeast city changes its location.

Parnell blocks fund transfer from Hoonah dock to Sitka pool

Parnell blocks fund transfer from Hoonah dock to Sitka poolGovernor Sean Parnell left Southeast Alaska project funding intact when he signed the capital budget Tuesday. But he blocked the transfer of money from one older project to another.

Vietnam POW urges students to rely on ‘parachute packers’

Vietnam POW urges students to rely on ‘parachute packers’Navy Capt. Charlie Plumb (Ret.) was the last speaker for this year's Pillars of America series

Huna Totem starts cultural tourism consulting business

Huna Totem starts cultural tourism consulting businessA Southeast village Native corporation wants to export its cultural tourism expertise. It’s opened a consulting business to build on more than a dozen years in the business.

Former NFL player kicks off Pillars series by talking about the right choices

Former NFL player kicks off Pillars series by talking about the right choicesFormer NFL offensive lineman turned motivational speaker Shawn Harper tells students they're not born winners and losers - they're born choosers.

Sentence handed down for man convicted of killing Hoonah officers

Sentence handed down for man convicted of killing Hoonah officersJohn N. Marvin, Jr. sentenced to two consecutive terms of 99-years in prison

Mother of Tony Wallace: ‘He just had a big heart. He was a good boy.’

Mother of Tony Wallace: ‘He just had a big heart. He was a good boy.’Fallen Hoonah officer Tony Wallace is remembered by his mother Debbie Greene

Judge denies new trial request in Hoonah homicide case

Judge denies new trial request in Hoonah homicide caseJohn Marvin, Jr.'s attorney questioned whether Sgt. Anthony Wallace was actually performing his official duties

Seeking comprehensive energy solutions in rural Southeast

Seeking comprehensive energy solutions in rural SoutheastIt’s no secret that the high cost of energy in rural Alaska is a barrier to economic development and one of the primary reasons many residents are leaving village life behind.