Sealaska Corp.'s approximately 22,000 tribal members will each get between $129 and $1,082, depending on their status.
A longtime critic of Sealaska is campaigning to limit the terms of the regional Native corporation’s board of directors. Previous efforts have failed.
Haines, Petersburg, Wrangell, Ketchikan and Tenakee were left out of 1971’s Alaska Native Claims Settlement Act, which gave land, money and corporate status to many other communities. The new bill tries to change that.
Alaska’s largest regional Native corporation will distribute $12.9 million this month.
Sealaska says it will begin logging its new lands later this year. The first parcels cut will be on Prince of Wales Island and the Cleveland Peninsula.
One of 2014’s largest Southeast Alaska issues didn’t even start in the state.
A bill transferring 70,000 acres of the Tongass National Forest to Sealaska has passed Congress. It's attached to a defense-spending act, which is on its way to the President’s desk.
A Sealaska subsidiary has closed its office in Kake, laying off three people. That's because Colorado-based Managed Business Solutions lost a large contract.
Sealaska’s new board chairman and CEO say the regional Native corporation is gearing up for growth. They’re following a direction set by their predecessors. But they promise some changes.
Four Sealaska board of directors candidates say the corporate balloting process violates a recent court ruling. Sealaska says it doesn't.