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Opinion: Tulsequah Chief, all over again

Alaskans are worried Red Chris could go the same way.

 

A Juneau delegation poses for a picture after returning on the last Alaska Seaplanes flight of the season from an Economic Trade Mission in Whitehorse on Tuesday, Sept. 18, 2018. From left: Mary Berry, Alaska Glacier Seafoods, Dave Scanlan, Eaglecrest, Liz Perry, Travel Juneau, Brian Holst, Juneau Economic Development Council, Charles Herrington, Eaglecrest, Jim Powell, UAS, Keith Comstock, Juneau Hydropower and Barbara Burnett, Juneau Sister Cities Committee. Attending the mission but not pictured are Carl Ramseth, Alaska Seaplanes, and Jerry Burnett. (Michael Penn | Juneau Empire)

Economic leaders hope to spark commerce, partnerships with Whitehorse

Eleven Juneau representatives traveled to Whitehorse to open up the lines of communication between business communities.

 

Lt. Gov. Mallott, Sen. Sullivan travel to Canada for boundary talks

Lt. Gov. Byron Mallott and U.S. Sen Dan Sullivan, R-Alaska, have finished a day of meetings in Ottawa with high-ranking Canadian officials. In a conference… Continue reading