Lawmakers are discussing two bills: One that sets the amount of this year’s permanent fund dividend payout and another bill to set future PFDs.
Museum staff had secured an electric fence to put up around the 100 year old tree, but it was stolen from the porch the day before.
A decade ago, Southeast lost a Senate and a House seat when the districts were redrawn due to population shifts.
A coalition of conservationists warn they’re preparing to sue for federal protections of Southeast Alaska’s wolves if the Biden administration doesn’t take concrete action soon.
The boater was traveling in an 18-foot skiff from Auke Bay to Hoonah and had made it around a third of the way when his bilge pump gave out.
Alaska State Troopers said in an online report that the five passengers “were not following flight attendant instructions related to mask use and were using foul language during the flight.”
More large ships are coming to the Alaska market, and Sitka now has a place to put them.
One of only nine remaining clan houses in Sitka is on the verge of collapse.
Participants at a town hall forum discussed Southeast Alaska infrastructure projects — like energy projects and ferry funding — that could become possible with new funding.
Much like mitigation measures in the outside world, strategies for preventing the spread of COVID-19 in schools are ever-changing. Juneau School District Superintendent Bridget Weiss gives an update on what the district is doing to keep its students and staff healthy.