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Goldbelt Inc. plans to place the three totems at its headquarters for 50th-anniversary celebration.
Where to begin? Rebecca Knight’s — at best implicitly xenophobic and factually incorrect – opinion piece published Sept. 20 not only misconstrues the present legislation’s… Continue reading
Some neighbors, commissioners concerned about traffic, other impacts of 4,000-square-foot building.
The saga in the Southeast Alaska village of Yakutat is over. Or, it’s just starting. After years of conflict, Anchorage Superior Court Judge Laura Hartz… Continue reading
$2M grant for Tlingit Haida Regional Housing Authority seeks to help more than 100 Southeast families
Agency among six nationwide winners for programs “making homes more accessible and affordable.”
Ex-mayor’s sons faced few consequences despite history of similar allegations.
Announcement comes days after Alaska Native corporation announces lower shareholder dividends.
Assistance program for tribal citizens to cover economic impacts of COVID-19 started in 2021.
Complaints voiced about corporation’s leadership, especially as Goldbelt dividends again rise.
Tribal and city leaders celebrate renaming as part of “reclaiming” area’s Alaska Native heritage.
“Kuhaantí,” first release of its kind in decades, part of nine-story collaborative tribal project.
Attendees at odds with the state of Alaska on fishing and hunting issues.
The crash of salmon stocks in Western Alaska’s Kuskokwim River has sparked a bitter court fight between the federal and state governments, and now Alaska… Continue reading
Xunaa celebrates 6th annual Traditional Food Fair.
Spending 9/11 with Biden, being top target of GOP now part of job while dealing with family matters.
11 of 14 contenders for four seats get extra time to respond to some tough questioning.
Those are the words of Department of Interior Secretary Jim Lyons and Undersecretary Sylvia Baca regarding so-called “landless” legislation in 1996. Bureau of Indian Affairs… Continue reading
Travels to the to the tiny Yup’ik village of Igiugig in the Bristol Bay region, to Utqiagvik at the northern tip of Alaska and to… Continue reading
As Alaska grapples with a shortage of teachers and high turnover rates, a regional nonprofit is recruiting Alaska Native educators to a new statewide program… Continue reading
Lawsuit focuses on Tlingit and Haida’s 787-square-foot parcel of land downtown