Coast Guard Commander Bill Dwyer was the featured speaker during Sunday’s Veterans Day observance at Centennial Hall.
A few Capital City Republicans and Tongass Democrats gathered at Juneau’s Baranoff Hotel Tuesday night to watch election results come in.
U.S. Rep. Don Young had no trouble defeating Democrat Sharon Cissna to win an unprecedented 21st full term in the House.
Twitter makes a mark as a source of information and predictions this election cycle:
It’s Election Day. Polls open at 7 a.m. and will close at 8 p.m. The presidential race is the big draw this year. But in Alaska voters also will determine the make-up of the 2013-2014 state Legislature, as 59 of the state’s 60 legislative seats are on the ballot. The only exception is Juneau Senator…
Shell Oil wrapped up its exploratory drilling season in the Arctic yesterday.
The National Park Service and Hoonah Indian Association are inching closer to a new tribal house on federal land in Glacier Bay National Park. The 3,500 square foot structure will be built on the waterfront at Bartlett Cove. Park Superintendent Susan Boudreau says it will be the first tribal house in the Huna Tlingit’s ancestral…
There is one statewide race, that hasn’t received much attention: Democrat Sharon Cissna’s uphill bid to unseat Representative Don Young
Despite not being up for reelection this cycle, the political action committees aligned with Senators Mark Begich and Lisa Murkowski continue to raise and spend money.
The high court’s decision not to hear a challenge brought by the state of Wyoming and the Colorado Mining Association means the state of Alaska has the only pending lawsuit against the Clinton-era roadless rule.