An oscillating fan will also help distribute the pollen in a greenhouse, and extra heat will help extend the growing season.
The House of Representatives passed a bill on Tuesday aimed at funding permanent fund dividends at $1,100. But the final amount isn’t clear.
Skagway has set aside total of $215,000 over the last two years as part of an economic stimulus program.
Council member Sam Bergeron was walking home with his wife Linda Millard on Valentine’s Day when Officer Bryan Perez hit them with his police cruiser.
During busy cruise ship summers, seasonal employees who show up to work in Skagway often have no place to live.
A long-sought revitalization of a NOAA facility in Ketchikan is officially underway.
The troll fishery for chum salmon in Sitka Sound has gone from looking pretty dismal to record-setting — almost overnight.
A Fish and Game fisheries technician is recovering after being attacked and mauled by a bear during a routine stream survey north of Sitka on Aug. 19.
As executive director, Leach was outspoken against the proposed Pebble Mine near Bristol Bay and threats posed to Southeast Alaska’s salmon runs from Canadian mines.
The Ketchikan High School principal sent an email to parents Monday morning saying that more COVID-19 cases had been discovered and that students would be sent home immediately. The principal of Ketchikan Charter said the school was notified early Monday morning that someone associated with the school had tested positive over the weekend.