The state and a regional development group are combining forces to develop a new business and management plan for the Alaska Marine Highway System.
Southeast Alaska’s regional Native corporation is back in the seafood business. Sealaska announced the purchase of a minority share of a Seattle processing plant Monday.
Sealaska just released its 2015 annual report, which illustrates its financial ups and downs. Those affect more than 22,000 shareholders, who receive dividends twice a year.
It’s costing 10 percent more to take the ferry to and from the Lower-48. The higher fare is part of another round of tariff increases aimed at boosting income and equalizing rates across all routes.
Sealaska Corp.'s approximately 22,000 tribal members will each get between $129 and $1,082, depending on their status.
The Alaska Folk Festival runs April 4-10 in Juneau. It’s a sure sign of spring for the hundreds of musicians from all over the state who come to play, jam and listen.
Southeast Alaska lawmakers are giving Gov. Bill Walker’s spending plan mixed reviews. Some are ready to change the way government is funded, while others are not.
The year 2015 saw the beginnings of major changes to the Alaska Marine Highway, the Tongass National Forest and the possible future of transboundary mines.