Descendents of Sealaska shareholders have until March to apply for corporate scholarships. But those submitting applications this month will receive an extra $50.
Fifty-six years ago, 55 delegates met to discuss their vision for Alaska at the Constitutional Convention. This weekend, 55 delegates gather yet again to discuss Alaska’s future with one major difference – all of them are under 25.
Southeast leaders should stop trying to build a regionwide power grid. Instead, they need to focus on saving energy and developing wood-powered heating plants. Those are among recommendations from an in-depth study of the region’s energy issues released this week
About 45 cabin and lodge owners, commercial fishermen, charter operators and others packed the House Finance Chambers in the state capitol to hear about Taku River habitat and its abundant fish stocks at the first Taku River Task Force meeting last night (Thursday).
Juneau-based research firm McDowell Group will likely begin conducting a survey of Capital City residents’ next week. The Juneau Assembly commissioned the poll to get public input on municipal spending priorities now that the city is facing a projected 7-million dollar shortfall over the next two years.
Joel M. Duby, 27, of Richland, Washington changed his plea Wednesday as part of an agreement with prosecutors. An additional charge of not having his license available for inspection was dropped.
Juneau Police, working with state and federal law enforcement personnel, have arrested two men accused of drug and forgery charges.
Tulsequah Chief Mine officials are expected to be part of a Taku River task force meeting later this week.