A Ketchikan House candidate faces a sizable penalty for campaigning without registering. An Alaska Public Offices Commission attorney recommends fining David Scott $2,357.
A capital city artist has just released a book of his Sarah Palin political cartoons. Tony Newman’s work is as much about Juneau and Alaska as it is about the former governor and vice presidential candidate.
Is the Alaska Native Claims Settlement Act a path to assimilation or a means of cultural survival?
That’s the question posed by Sealaska Heritage Institute President Rosita Worl.
The state is reexamining its cost estimate for the first Alaska Class Ferry. And it’s likely to come in higher than the total allocated to construction. CoastAlaska’s Ed Schoenfeld reports.
The Alaska Marine Highway System plans to change a policy that keeps many horse-owners from taking their animals on ferries.
Some chicken jerky products for dogs could be making them sick.
A pair of powerful Southeast lawmakers will face off in the 2012 election. Angoon’s Albert Kookesh and Sitka’s Bert Stedman will both run to represent a Senate district newly configured by redistricting.
Sealaska Corporation President Chris McNeil is optimistic about Alaska Native Corporations in the current U.S. economic climate.
Kootznoowoo Inc. is taking over development of two hydroelectric projects to move them along.
The era of large-scale logging might be gone from northern Southeast Alaska, but across the region, people are turning to smaller timber sales to earn a living.