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With a strike, falling copper prices and more than $554-million ($723 million Canadian) soon due to lenders, Canadian mine owner Imperial Metals, which operates the… Continue reading
The generation to face the biggest issues with marine debris will take the issue on locally.
As rulemaking process begins, Juneau meeting draws out public’s skepticism.
It’s the highest number of violations handed out in all but four years.
Auke Bay is changing, and with it, so will DeHarts Auke Bay Store.
A new roof being installed at the historic cabin should lessen leaks and vandalism.
A long-time bank branch in downtown Juneau will soon close. Alaska USA Federal Credit Union announced to customers this week that it will close its… Continue reading
As exhaust emissions poured from the Norwegian Pearl’s exhaust stack, so too did complaints to the Department of Environmental Conservation.
Dr. Don Wuebbles, a former climate scientist for the Obama administration, led a chant outside the Alaska Capitol building on Saturday morning. Before him on… Continue reading
Stand for Salmon measure backed by candidate and at public testimony.
Silver fishing in certain areas is now twice as nice.
This year’s pink salmon harvest has been dismal.
Plans are progressing to develop the Honsinger Pond area, home to a scenic patch of wildflowers called the Field of Fireweed and an 83-acre patch… Continue reading
A Juneau lodge owner and charter fisherman has been named to the International Pacific Halibut Commission, becoming the first charter fisherman to be seated on… Continue reading
Sea ice in the Arctic is melting earlier in the spring and forming later in the fall, allowing ships more time to navigate ice-free waterways.… Continue reading
More timber may soon be harvested on the Tongass National Forest and the U.S. Forest Service wants to know what the public thinks about that.… Continue reading
The tan and blue paper nautical charts that line wheelhouses and galleys on Alaska ships will soon be a relic of the past. In an… Continue reading
Alaska’s ability to measure coastal sea levels suffers from a lack of resources, experts say, at a time when many coastal communities face imminent threats… Continue reading
From Yakutat to Ketchikan, a new wildlife supervisor will direct hunting and wildlife conservation in Southeast. Ryan Scott, Alaska Department of Fish and Game Regional… Continue reading
Meetings this week in Juneau will help shape the future of marine navigation in the Arctic and around Alaska. The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s… Continue reading