Hudson was a Republican who represented Juneau’s Mendenhall Valley District from 1987 to 2003.
A towering figure in the worlds of Alaska fisheries and politics, Tillion died Wednesday morning at his home in Halibut Cove.
The last day to view the “Echoes of War” exhibit is Saturday, Oct. 16.
The University of Alaska Fairbanks has moved the “Into the Wild” bus to a UAF engineering building lab for repairs.
The lighthouse building dates back to 1935, built in the art deco style. It replaced one that burned to the ground in 1933.
One said the Anchorage display was a horrible misuse of a badge that Nazis used to dehumanize and ultimately annihilate millions of Jews.
For more than 60 years, the Eklutna River north of Anchorage had been dammed up, stifling the salmon runs that fed generations of Dena’ina people in the area.
Twitchell says this dark chapter in history has recently pushed into the mainstream consciousness, but he’s heard stories for years.
Etheldra Davis moved to Anchorage in 1959 from Los Angeles and was the first Black teacher hired on contract with the Anchorage School District.
One of only nine remaining clan houses in Sitka is on the verge of collapse.