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Millions of acres are available for Vietnam-era Alaska Native veterans, but many in Southeast don’t want it
‘We want Southeast Alaska.’
Registration is now open and games will be livestreamed.
Market’s first return since 2018.
‘When I looked at them it was like looking at my past and my elders’
Church leaders share details about planned apology for church closure
“I did not want to kill people,” said Mike Wong, one of the speakers at the event.
‘I put everything into the art’: Her work blends bright colors and humor to depict Tlingit life and stories
The exhibit will run until early January
“I think the most important thing I have learned is that change can be realistic and possible”
‘Once again, Angoon has a dugout’: Village residents welcome dugout canoe 140 years after bombardment
It’s the first dugout canoe in Angoon since the U.S. destroyed the village’s fleet in 1882.
About 6,000 people expected at three-day gathering in Anchorge featuring performances and politics
Too vibrant, too active, too many to go unseen.
“This pole is for the Chookaneidi, but here among us, many clans are represented…”
Help for Juneau tribal court, emergency rural services may result from aid touted at Anchorge summit
Stone fish trap dates to at least 11,100 years ago, according to scientists.
There are many ways to smoke salmon, but it takes discipline to take the time to learn and listen.
The 28 grantees across the state received more than $35 million in federal funds combined
“She is so far from here, we want to bring her home to be with family”
Pilot program allowing Alaska Native compact schools adds heft to ceremony.
Dunleavy to sign bill Thursday; advocates say it advances cooperative relations.
The decision opens the door to approximately 15,000 people to enroll