More than 41K signatories voice support of better jobs ballot initiative delivered to Division...

An eclectic group representing a cross-section of Alaska workers delivered petitions to the Division of Elections on Tuesday with more than 41,000 signatures of...

U.S. Supreme Court rejects Alaska’s appeal on EPA Pebble decision

Justices of the U.S. Supreme Court last week rejected, without comment, a state of Alaska challenge to the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Clean Water...

All-woman crew rows for conservation 

Four female marine science educators are planning to row 5,000 kilometers across the Atlantic Ocean in a nonstop effort to raise half a million...
A float plane touches down on the water in King Salmon, Alaska. Photo by Jeremy Bishop/Unsplash

National report on missing Indigenous people traces history back to Russian conquest 

Michelle Demmert: ‘Our stories need to rise to the level of national awareness to make meaningful change’  A new national report on missing, murdered and...

Letter: Cordova high school students busy creating NASA app

By Max Osborn and Aaliyah Thorne  To the editor,  Recently, the 2023-2024 computer science class at Cordova High School has been working on the NASA App...

Native groups endorse preservation of open primaries, ranked-choice voting

During their October meeting the Alaska Native Brotherhood (ANB) and Alaska Native Sisterhood (ANS) passed a resolution to endorse the preservation of open primaries...
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Museums Alaska announces final Alaska Art Fund, Collections Management Fund grant recipients of the...

By Elin JohnsonIn November Museums Alaska announced funding awards of over $160,000 to 12 museums and cultural organizations across the state — from Sitka...

Kochanowski named to lead Alaska Region BOEM

Givey Kochanowski, an Air Force veteran, has been appointed as director of the Bureau of Ocean Energy Management (BOEM) Alaska Region office in Anchorage. The...

New grants for maritime infrastructure in Alaska exceed $72M

Federal funds totaling over $72 million have been granted to seven Alaskan communities from Metlakatla to Cold Bay and Kotzebue to invest in critical...

Pilot program expands tribal criminal jurisdiction in domestic violence cases

A pilot program launched by the Justice Department under the 2022 Reauthorization of the Violence Against Women Act (VAWA) will allow Alaska Native Tribes...
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