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It’s all coming together.
Emergency meeting elected new members.
The phrase means so much more than just “our ancestors.”
Under new leadership, board of directors lowers compensation for its members.
The U.S. military’s treatment of the Tlingit has been an unkind one.
Do not pass go, do not collect $200.
There’s deep fear concerning the state of Alaska’s public safety.
THRHA will help homeless veterans through the grant.
This conference talk got to the point.
Academics, artists and indigenous people from throughout the state and Canada converged Thursday morning in Juneau.
Millions of acres could be opened for logging.
From French horn to American flutes.
They’ve carved out a spot.
High schoolers have a chance to get involved.
It’s the same Tlingit name for Mount Juneau.
It will bring in millions in revenue and 400 new hires.
Word has spread quickly.
The legislation received unanimous Senate approval, but was blocked in the House.
2018 chaos didn’t skip the arts.