There isn’t a Ballot Measure 1 today. Voters will remember a campaign surrounding that proposition, with sought to overturn Governor Parnell’s oil tax structure. Today’s propositions -- especially measures 2 and 3, are a bit more personal.
Voters will decide three propositions Tuesday (11-4-14), ballot measures 2, 3, and 4. Here's a brief rundown of the laws citizens may -- or may not -- pass in this year's general election.
Cliff Edenshaw is one of two candidates running for Tribal Council Chairman. And he says he wants the council to reach out more to tribal citizens.
The National Weather Service issued a special marine warning this afternoon, after a local pilot reported a waterspout off Middle Island, near Sitka. The waterspout was reported around noon, moving north.
Most days, the U.S. Coast Guard Cutter Maple is a beacon of safety in Southeast. But on the night before Halloween, the crew members transform the vessel into a haunted ship.
With planning underway to revitalize Katlian Street, the steering committee organized a town hall meeting to present the four major facets of the project.
A Sitka man has been indicted on charges of stealing more than $25,000 in cash from a business, True Value Hardware store.
The Sitka Assembly on Tuesday night authorized a $180,000 design contract. The full project, which will replace the 40-year-old transient float in Thomsen Harbor, is expected to cost about $6-million and be completed by March 2016.
British Columbia mines are slated to be built close to transboundary rivers. That worries some candidates for the Legislature.
Bob Sam is one of five candidates running for the Sitka Tribe of Alaska Tribal Council. At age 60, he returns to the ballot an older man and, if elected, he says, a more wise and prudent council member.