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Yakutat to celebrate return of the terns

An Aleutian tern nests near a Yakutat beach. The rare seabirds will be celebrated at this year's Yakutat Tern festival. Image from www.yakutatternfestival.org.

Yakutat is gearing up for an influx of birders. They’re coming to the northern Southeast Alaska community to celebrate the return of a somewhat rare seabird. more

Celebrate Radio all week on KCAW

Long Live Radio!

The Week of Radio Celebration is in full swing! Here’s the schedule. more

STA expands leadership team

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The Sitka Tribe of Alaska brought on two new deputy general managers: Tristan Guevin and Thomas Gubatayao. Work began at the beginning of February, but they will be formally introduced at a regular Tribal Council Meeting on Wednesday, Mar. 20. more

Our Spring Drive has begun!

Raven Radio Spring Drive Current Total[/caption]Raven Radio’s One Day Drive is Friday, April 5th and our goal is $85,000. Please contribute now by clicking here and help us make our goal! Thank you so much!… more

Commissioner sorry for ignoring advisory board

Ferry system General Manager John Falvey looks through paperwork as Transportation Commissioner Pat Kemp addresses the Marine Transportation Advisory board Jan. 22, 2013.

Transportation Commissioner Pat Kemp has apologized for keeping the Marine Highway Advisory Board out of the loop on the Alaska Class Ferry. more

Sealaska dividend due out in December

Sealaska Plaza, the corporation's Juneau headquarters.

Sealaska shareholders will soon get their largest end-of-year dividend in three years. But it’s mostly due to the success of another regional Native corporation. more

WhaleFest speaker: Salmon our most valuable resource

Salmon are Alaska’s long-term investment. That view was voiced by cultural anthropologist and writer Richard Nelson. more

Two Southeast legislative races top $100,000

Southeast Alaska's election district map.

Southeast Alaska’s legislative campaigns have brought in a lot more money that shown in previous reports. more

Mt. Edgecumbe pool plans move forward

The new Mt. Edgecumbe aquatic center will be built on the site of this old metal building on the high school campus. Backers need another $10 million to fund the $35-million pool.

Officials have chosen a site for the Mt. Edgecumbe High School aquatic center. Anchorage Architect Brian Meissner visited Sitka recently to update the community on plans. more

Sitka seeks state funding for hydroprojects

The Green Lake Dam, as seen in a 2008 file photo. As water levels begin to drop, the city has renewed its call for Sitkans to conserve electricity. (File photo)

Sitka officials want more state money to help raise the Blue Lake Dam. Hydropower expansion tops a list of about 30 projects targeted for legislative grants or other state funding. more