Peer support programs don’t take the place of mental health clinicians, but they use lived experiences to help people navigate complicated systems and support them through challenges.
The U.S. Forest Service has given the owner of a boat shop on Prince of Wales Island until mid-December to tear down the historic complex and leave.
The case goes back to the 1990s, when a settlement directed the state to manage an approximately 3,400-acre tract on Kuiu Island for wilderness conservation and habitat.
Norwegian Cruise Line is telling investors it’s raising $2 billion through a combination of stock offerings and private bonds that would be paid back first in the event of the cruise giant going bankrupt.
If Merrill Palmer gives up his mining claims, that federal land turns into Alaska Mental Health Trust Land.
The timeline and plans — or rather, plans for a planning process — are fuzzy.
The Alaska Department of Environmental Conservation has approved a waste management permit for a controversial mineral exploration project near the communities of Klukwan and Haines.
A federal judge ruled in March that the Bureau of Land Management doesn’t have to consider future mine impacts when permitting for exploration.
Marketing will begin this winter leading up to an auction and, if things go to plan, a new owner will be named this summer. The waterfront lot’s value is estimated at $3 million.
Alaska Mental Health Trust Authority CEO Mike Abbott sounded like he was talking about an invasive medical screening when he described being audited. He updated lawmakers on how the trust is fixing problems identified in a scathing audit report.