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$12.4M awarded for Southeast natural resource sustainability projects
Funds are final portion of $25M in federal funds via new process working with local programs.
Complaint: Dunleavy illegally using state employees for campaign
Nonprofits with ties to governor’s political opposition allege coordination of donors, staff misuse.
Peltola to be sworn in Sept. 13
Special U.S. House race certified; Palin, Begich repeat demands the other drop out of Nov. election
A saturated summer for homeless campsite
Mill Campground at or past capacity this year, but occupants and staff say communal spirit persists
Sustainable seafood project wins $49M grant
Alaska Mariculture Cluster hopes Build Back Better funds creates $100M annual industry, 1,500 jobs
Peltola steps into spotlight of national political stage
Special election victor gets call from Biden, readies for encore that may decide control of Congress
Peltola makes history
Democrat set to become first Alaska Native elected to Congress in ranked choice win.
‘All Sorts’ a film for those feeling out of sorts
Microbudget movie about a surreal commune of cubical drones screens at Gold Town Theater on Sept. 8
Tale of historic Wrangell shipwreck surfaces in podcast
1908 sinking of Star of Bengal, which killed 111, is narrated by locals in 5-part series.
UA staff union files unfair labor practice complaint
University administration accused of bad faith during year-long negotiations
Dunleavy campaign: Marriage of ADN reporter, Juneau Assembly member a ‘conflict’
Letter from Dunleavy spokesperson questions Carole Triem’s husband’s ability to cover campaign fairly.
Special House race set for photo finish
Peltola now leads by nearly 9% in special House race, pollster calls ranked choice outcome a toss-up
Chilly reception for proposed winter ferry schedule
Fears about no or little service for critical needs expressed from Southeast to Southwest Alaska
Murkowski opens up at Juneau HQ debut
Senator chats with supporters about U.S. vs. Belgium voting, moose chili and Project Veritas
Commissioners of new departments say transition has been smooth
Commisioners of new departments say IT and other key transitions smooth, more visible changes coming
Another step forward for old Glory Hall housing project
Proposed conversion of downtown shelter to low-income housing to get new consideration in October
Recent reports show more jobs, less oil revenue
Cruise tourism helps fuel better employment than a year ago, but state coffers may suffer
Little change in election results as Sweeney drops out
Updated count shows Sarah Palin solidifying chances of ultimately prevailing in U.S. House race
University contract impasse continues as classes near
Union and administration schedule talks through September after negotiations fall short Monday
Odds and unends from a primarily special campaign
Bits of weirdness from a uniquely mystifying election week.