A Southeast Alaska cultural organization has hired a contractor to build a large Native arts and education center in Juneau.
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.
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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.
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Transportation Commissioner Pat Kemp has apologized for keeping the Marine Highway Advisory Board out of the loop on the Alaska Class Ferry.
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.
Salmon are Alaska’s long-term investment. That view was voiced by cultural anthropologist and writer Richard Nelson.
Southeast Alaska’s legislative campaigns have brought in a lot more money that shown in previous reports.
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.