Sealaska 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.
A smaller, stopgap Sealaska land bill is on the back burner – at least for now. But the full measure is scheduled for markup during a congressional hearing this week.
Sealaska has sold its international shipping-management business. Officials say it’s part of a change in corporate direction.
Ten Sealaska shareholders are challenging four incumbents for the regional Native corporation’s board of directors.
A new, smaller Sealaska land-selection measure faces opposition from the federal government. The legislation would transfer 3,600 acres of the Tongass National Forest to the Southeast-based regional Native corporation.
A second measure transferring Tongass National Forest land to Sealaska is before Congress on Thursday. It’s stopgap legislation turning 3,600 acres over to the Southeast-based regional Native corporation.
Joseph Nelson changes plea for February incident
Two canoes traveling from Juneau hit bad weather and rough water on Saturday. One canoe was lost.
Former NFL offensive lineman turned motivational speaker Shawn Harper tells students they're not born winners and losers - they're born choosers.
The Juneau-based regional Native corporation says in a press release that the event is like a Blessing of the Fleet at the beginning of fishing season.