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Sealaska seeks new board youth adviser

Sealaska seeks new board youth adviserSealaska is looking for a young shareholder to take a seat on its board of directors.

Update: Sealaska chair Kookesh to leave post

Update: Sealaska chair Kookesh to leave postAlbert Kookesh is stepping down at the same time Sealaska CEO Chris McNeil retires.

Kookesh to step down as Sealaska board chair

Kookesh to step down as Sealaska board chairThe company also announced the deadline to apply for its president and CEO position, as Chris McNeil prepares to retire.

Sealaska CEO lobbies Obama on subsistance, 8(a) contracts

Sealaska CEO lobbies Obama on subsistance, 8(a) contractsA Southeast Native corporation CEO was one of a dozen Native leaders who met with President Obama as part of last week’s White House Tribal Nations Conference.

Groundbreaking held for Walter Soboleff Center

Groundbreaking held for Walter Soboleff CenterBuilding will fill vacant lot and be devoted to the research and study of the Tlingit, Haida, and Tsimshian cultures

Competition tries to boost village businesses

Competition tries to boost village businessesA Southeast Alaska Native corporation and a conservation group are combining forces to try to spur sustainable regional development.

Incumbents win another term on the Sealaska board

Sealaska shareholders have re-elected four incumbents to their regional Native corporation’s board of directors.

Update: Sealaska lands bill passes Senate committee

Update: Sealaska lands bill passes Senate committeeAlaska Senator Lisa Murkowski’s version of the Sealaska lands bill has passed out of its only committee of referral.

Sealaska bill passes Senate committee

Alaska Senator Lisa Murkowski’s version of the Sealaska lands bill has passed out of its only committee of referral.

The legislation, co-sponsored by Alaska Senator … more

Sealaska bill advances to House

Sealaska bill advances to HouseSealaska has been trying to select new acres for decades. If it does not, it still has the rights to land around a number of Southeast Native villages.