“Delta is making a play to really make an impact on this market,” said Scott McMurren, a travel analyst based in Anchorage.
Juneau residents gather at Riverside Rotary Park on Friday morning to remember those who perished during the attacks of September 11, 2001.
The National Weather Serivce has issued a flood watch for Juneau, Gustavus and Hoonah starting Thursday afternoon.
A longtime Department of Transportation manager will soon be in charge of the agency’s Southeast and Southwest Alaska operations.
ORCA’s adaptive kayaking program is allowing J.C. Terrill to kayak for the first time. Workshop participants are helping him get familiar with the kayak, how it works and how it might be modified to accommodate his needs.
One particularly controversial figure in the documents spent half a century advancing Alaska Native causes. He’s the namesake of Sealaska Heritage Institute’s new William Paul Archives.
It’s been seven years since Perseverance has done Shakespeare, but that’s ending this week as “Othello” opens.
Because the Mendenhall Glacier is melting, the magazine says there’s “less time to see one of the most breathtaking visions available.”
More than 50 youths took the ice with volunteer coaches and players last month at an event to teach them how to play hockey.
“We get influence from tropical systems frequently. The unique thing about this is we can see it on the map and that’s pretty unusual.”