During his decade teaching at the University of Alaska Southeast in Juneau, Neely established himself as a devoted educator and a community advocate for criminal justice reform.
The Elders and Youth Conference is underway in Anchorage this week, back to what it used to be – a time for both young and old to make a personal connection through their love of Alaska Native culture.
A workshop in Juneau later this month will help LGBTQ+ people learn an intentional approach to getting the support they need.
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 state’s refugee coordinator says the pace of new arrivals has slowed down.
Presbyterian church leaders have determined that closing the church was an act of racism.
Her daughter says Joanne Hansen grew up in the Midwest, but she bloomed in Juneau.
Millions of people rely on city parks to recharge, cool off and connect. But climate change is threatening the very spaces that help us cope with the stresses of living on a hotter planet.
Friends and family remember Hewson as a mentor, a culture bearer and a fixture of life in Metlakatla.
Inside were 11 notes written by Juneau kids back in 2006.