In 2018, Jody Potts was the target of misconduct from then-Lt. Gov. Byron Mallott. He resigned two days later, but the details of what happened have never been publicly told until now.
The Alaska Native corporation’s leadership says 2017 was a milestone year financially, and that it validated the realignment of its business portfolio with its shareholders’ traditional values.
Sealaska says its businesses are making more money and helping boost shareholder dividends. But much of the payout comes from other corporations’ resource earnings.
Sealaska officials say investments in two seafood processors will help drive future earnings. But a critic doubts they will make much money.
Joe Nelson of Juneau said many in the delegation felt strongly that the position should be filled by a tribal representative.
In 2004, an awning patch-job went bad and led to a fire that razed a historic commercial building in the heart of downtown Juneau.
Sealaska has been losing money, but it’s new board chairman and CEO say the regional Native corporation is gearing up for growth.
Sealaska Heritage Institute raised more than $75,000 during Celebration for the Walter Soboleff Center in downtown Juneau
A memorial service for Cyril George Sr. is Wednesday at 6 p.m. at Elizabeth Peratrovich Hall in Juneau
Assembly members Mary Becker and Karen Crane were also sworn in to their second terms on the CBJ Assembly before Monday’s meeting.