Kinross Gold plans to run up to 192 trucks a day along the route, each pulling two trailers and weighing some 70 tons.
The Skagway Traditional Council is asking harvesters to avoid blue mussels until the population rebounds.
Thirty-two attorneys volunteered to work with clients on civil issues including family law, employment law, estate planning and landlord and tenant law.
The corporation’s board of trustees chair maintained that Rodell was an at-will state employee but declined to give details about why she was fired.
Fear and anxiety grows for the Juneau relatives of families in Tonga, after an underwater volcano eruption and tsunami cut off communications with the outside world. On Tuesday’sJuneau Afternoon, Rashah McChesney talks with a group of Tongans about how they are coping as they wait and hope for news from home. Also on this program:…
Hours before tsunami waves arrived, sounds from the eruption reached Alaskans from Juneau to the Aleutians.
Governor Mike Dunleavy (R-Alaska) outlines his priorities for the 2022 legislative session.
Alaska Native students are vastly underrepresented on college campuses. When it comes to STEM — fields that are especially dominated by white men — Alaska Native students face even greater barriers.