A POW tribal group has been awarded a federal grant to help gather data used to determine that number.
While there is still some dispute over a few of the numbers claimed in the lawsuit, the family that owns the business intends to pay back the City of Craig.
A search has been suspended for a missing Prince of Wales Island man. 63-year-old James Gray of Naukati was overdue from a fishing trip Wednesday, March 2. Gray had departed Naukati intending to camp on Camp Island for one night. Friends of Gray located his boat and his dog on the north end of Heceta…
Alexander Archipelago wolves in Southeast Alaska do not warrant an endangered species listing, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service announced Tuesday. The decision comes four years after a petition was filed by conservation groups asking for greater protection for the wolves.
Wolf hunting on Prince of Wales was hotly debated this year after the state released a study that said the population was only 89. The previous year’s estimate was 221.
A Tlingit totem pole has returned to Prince of Wales Island after a more than 5,000-mile odyssey to Hollywood, Honolulu and back home.
“We get influence from tropical systems frequently. The unique thing about this is we can see it on the map and that’s pretty unusual.”
After months of delays, a new ferry in Southeast Alaska is planning to start up service this Friday, Aug. 28.
A huge population drop prompted calls to cancel all wolf hunting and trapping in the area. Despite this, Fish and Game and the U.S. Forest Service are allowing nine wolves to be killed.
Six organizations want the state to cancel the upcoming wolf trapping and hunting season on POW, the federal Office of Subsistence Management to cancel the subsistence wolf harvest, and the Forest Service to halt logging activity on the Big Thorne Timber Sale.