Seismologist Natalia Ruppert chalks up the miss to not having enough seismic stations near Ketchikan.
Juneau-based Arias Hoyle, known by his stage name Air Jazz, said he hopes his song “You’re The North Star” acknowledges and inspires the youth of small villages.
As they trap more and more green crabs, Metlakatla is still trying to figure out how to handle the arrival of a species known to destroy fish habitat eat other shellfish.
The crew of the former Deadliest Catch vessel-turned-tour boat Aleutian Ballad knows that time on the water is often dangerous. That’s why each year, they give a “memorial pot” to one coastal community impacted by accidents at sea.
The speakers will give updates on the current status of language revitalization for all three languages, as well as what they think the future of the languages looks like.
A smaller bear-viewing site in Southeast Alaska has kicked off its own bear awards inspired by Katmai’s Fat Bear Week this year, but the focus isn’t just on the rotundity of the area’s resident bruins.
The community of about 650 residents had three open city council seats on the ballot this year.
Two city council seats, one school board seat and a liquor board seat were on the ballot in Hoonah.
After the landslide, Sitka Sound Science Center started calling scientists, asking how to prevent a tragedy like this from happening again.
The proposal to build a new seaplane base in Sitka seemed to be gathering steam before the pandemic.