A souped-up paddle board, custom rowing craft and high performance, carbon fiber sailboats are just some of the eye-catching entries in the inaugural Race to Alaska.
An initiative to expand technology one-to-one for all grades in the Haines School District is getting some push-back from community members.
“It’s not just a running program and it’s not just a socially emotional curriculum, either. It combines the two” says program coordinator Julie Walker.
“Timing is everything and Petersburg is fortunate they worked on this during the years they did,” Gov. Walker said.
Superintendent Patrick Mayer, in his first year at the district, said he doesn’t know why people are finding it hard to work within the current policy
Between about 5 and 6 p.m. Monday, a network of ground sensors detected more than 100 lightning strikes in the affected area
One school, Houghtling Elementary, was hit the hardest with about 70 students out sick.
A hydroelectric dam has created not only a source of renewable energy, but an even larger reserve of fresh water – which presents a business opportunity.
Henry’s mothering instinct is a surprise, and it’s also a gift because he could make all the difference as to whether the three-week old kittens survive.
The Sealaska Heritage Institute unveiled its new structure in downtown Juneau today. It’s called the Walter Soboleff Building after the late Tlingit scholar, elder and religious leader. Inside stands a full-sized replica of a traditional red cedar clan house