If you thought this past winter was warmer, wetter, and grayer than normal…well, you’re right.
British Columbia recently granted provisional environmental approval to the Brucejack mine project, putting another gold mine upstream from Southeast Alaska a step closer to opening.
A federal revenue-sharing program called Secure Rural Schools has been a million-dollar boon to some Alaska cities and boroughs, mostly in Southeast.
The state’s first shrimp plant started there in 1916, but the market ceased being profitable and the last plant closed down ten years ago.
A power agency in southern Southeast is floating plans to finance a project to increase its hydro storage capacity by selling bonds.
The man at the top of the Tongass is leaving soon. Forrest Cole will retire this spring after four decades with the U.S. Forest Service.
A man who injured himself in an explosion at Petersburg’s rock pit last July will not be going to trial on federal explosives charges.
Members of the Tongass Advisory Committee are unhappy with U.S. Forest Service efforts to speed up their work.
Another large, wet and warm weather system is looming off the Southeast Alaska coast.