The school’s outdoor exploration class is not unique in Alaska. But to many readers of the New York Times, which recently published a story about the class’s successful hunt, it was a surprising and unfamiliar topic.
The year 2021 was a great one for public art in Juneau.
“We’re double in our pricing, which is a shock to people who have been longtime customers, you know, but it is what it is. We’re all just trying to survive,” said Tracy LaBarge, owner of Tracy’s King Crab Shack.
The Metlakatla Indian Community tribal government argues that a 1891 law gives its modern-day members unfettered rights to commercially fish around Ketchikan and Prince of Wales Island.
The lab tests samples from 17 communities in Southeast, as well as from tribes on Kodiak Island.
The Southeast tribal government in Kake had organized the deer and moose harvest early in the pandemic out of concerns about food security.
The Canadian group Quebec Maple Syrup Producers recently announced it was releasing about 50 million pounds of its strategic maple syrup reserves — about half of the total stockpile.
Donations for the privilege of posing with Penny go to a program called IGNITE, which introduces students to career and technical programs at the high school.
A Fish and Game scoping document addresses Governor Mike Dunleavy’s proposal to provide hunting opportunities by transplanting deer to the Palmer and Wasilla area.
Lavelle’s owners worried that another coronavirus closure might put them out of business.