Stories include a delay in possible implementation of the halibut catch sharing plan.
Haida Energy is starting to build Prince of Wales Island’s next hydropower plant. But it still needs more funding. The Reynolds Creek hydroproject has long been a dream of the Haida village Native corporation, based in Hydaburg.
The U.S. Justice Department has awarded the Tlingit and Haida Central Council nearly 900-thousand dollars to expand tribal court services. Currently, the court hears paternity and child support cases involving tribal members. Attorney Jessie Archibald with Tlingit and Haida’s Child Support Unit says the grant will eventually allow the court to hear domestic violence cases.…
The old Basin Road trestle bridge will be rebuilt this winter.
A legislative agency says the state’s credit status will be at risk if the oil tax reductions proposed by the governor become law.
Loren Jones is one of three candidates for the Assembly areawide seat. The first question he hears campaigning is “WHY ARE YOU RUNNING”?
At next Tuesday’s municipal election, Sally Saddler’s name will be the only one on the ballot for School Board.
Stories include a seafood processor penalized for water violations and former Juneau fishing guide continues to defend himself against bird and wildlife violations.
Geny Del Rosario is one of the three candidates vying for the CBJ’s district-wide assembly seat. A recent interview with KTOO’s Amanda Compton was just one stop in her busy schedule. “Started the day early, sun was out, and it was a good day, and as usual we have work to do and appointments to…
When Senator Lisa Murkowski’s fisheries aide pulled out from consideration for an influential job in the Obama Administration two years ago, he said it was because the process was taking too long. It turns out Arne Fuglvog was under investigation by the very agency he would have run.