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Southeast arts advocate and longtime teachers to be honored at Governor’s Arts and Humanities Awards
Meet some of the Southeast’s winners.
Recent finding about UAA’s Education program is regrettable.
Cutting projects and jobs has never built a society.
Free pizza, support groups, bill forgiveness.
We are watching the abhorrence of debt.
The exodus continues.
It’s the first permanent facility in Southeast.
Environmentalists need not worry.
The 26-year-old Messing was born in Girdwood, where he now lives.
Nothing fills your lungs, your eyes and your soul like Alaska.
Alaska is the seventh most expensive state to live in.
I was saddened to read recently that the Presbyterian Church of Sitka was planning to close its doors after more than a hundred years.
As I was leaning against a tree wondering how squirrel tastes since no deer were stepping in front of me, I wondered if I really… Continue reading
Alaskans will celebrate Alaska Wild Salmon Day on Aug. 10, but plans also are underway for a much bigger celebration: the International Year of the… Continue reading
Sitting on our fishcamp porch watching the ocean, my dad tells me how to identify a dog salmon.
One of the best ways to appreciate our wild salmon is to eat them.
Alaska’s population fell by about 2,700 people in 2017. It’s not nearly as noticeable as the post-pipeline-construction crash in 1977 or the 1980s recession, but… Continue reading
Local open mic regulars know Juneau musician Teri Tibbett. Either they’ve performed at an open mic she’s hosted or they’ve seen her perform at The… Continue reading