The tribal health corporation has been able to rapidly expand vaccine eligibility for two reasons. First, it received more doses than expected. Second, many people declined to take it.
In one of the new books, two animals that are complete opposites want to play with each other.
The exit from timber by one of the region’s economic powerhouses is the latest sign of Southeast’s transition away from logging.
ACLU senior counsel Susan Orlansky says the justices’ decision outlines how the state’s regulations potentially fall afoul of the U.S. Constitution on free speech and due process grounds.
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineer’s denied a permit for the proposed mine back in November.
When artist and activist CeeJay Johnson learned moms in Russian Mission couldn’t get baby formula, she asked for help on Facebook and Reddit.
Legislation introduced by Alaska’s congressional delegation this fall would grant over 23,000 acres each to five new urban Native corporations, in Petersburg, Wrangell, Haines, Tenakee and Ketchikan.
Once the project is complete, the digital archive of the Dauenhauer Literary Estate will be public for everyone, not just academic researchers.
The Alaska Federation of Natives Convention came to a close Friday with little discussion about how to respond to climate change.
Department of Justice Attorney Adam Jed said people just make grammatical mistakes sometimes, and you have to go by what Congress meant.