Alaska’s public broadcasters dodged a bullet when the Legislature’s regular session ended Monday.
“Whatever we can do to keep them here, we would like to. I understand this is a special situation right now,” says Juneau Mayor Merrill Sanford.
A British Columbia mine upriver from Wrangell and Petersburg is one step closer to full production after reaching a benefits agreement with a First Nation group.
The Ketchikan Gateway Borough today appealed an earlier motion that would allow the AASB, ACSA and ASA to join the ongoing education funding lawsuit as friends of the court in support of the State of Alaska.
The Sitka Sentinel celebrated its 75th anniversary last year without much fanfare.
A growing national movement to opt-out of standardized testing has hit the Haines School District hard.
Gov. Bill Walker was recently adopted into the Tlingit Kaagwaantaan Clan. Walker said being adopted by the clan was a complete surprise.
State budget-writers have reversed one of cuts made to the Alaska Marine Highway System. But officials say it’s too early to say how much service will be restored.
Southeast Alaska’s Tlingit-Haida Central Council is increasing its opposition to mines just across the border in British Columbia.
As many as 150 emergency medical providers are attending the Southeast Regional Emergency Medical Services Symposium.