The breakdown of the Alaska Marine Highway System has Southeast Alaska businesses scrambling for alternative ways to send their products out of town.
Fabian Grutter is a self-described electric vehicle enthusiast, and five years ago he started the project of hybridizing his fishing boat.
Pelican and Tenakee Springs residents are facing a proposed summer ferry schedule with zero summer sailings to the two remote Southeast Alaska communities.
While installing solar panels has allowed some people and organizations in Kake to cut their energy bills, the impact on the local grid is more complicated.
Depicting a cannon aimed over Sitka Sound at something that looks like a Tlingit fort, the seal evokes a painful past for many in the community. Now, the Sitka Assembly is getting behind a proposal to redesign it.
Below-average temperatures in Southeast Alaska have put a freeze on an important transportation link in the region.
The ban includes all six species of “nonpelagic” rockfish. However, the yelloweye, often called red snapper, is by far the most prized.
The owners both have day jobs, so the bulk goods store is a part-time operation.
The Alaska Department of Fish and Game announced the target for the 2020 season would be 25,824 tons.
Former Sitka police detective Ryan Silva filed suit claiming he was harassed and demoted after calling out irregularities.