Shareholders consider shrinking Sealaska board

Shareholders consider shrinking Sealaska board Sealaska Plaza, the corporation’s headquarters. (KCAW photo) Should Southeast’s regional Native corporation shrink its governing

Alaska News Nightly: Thursday, June 15, 2017

Alaska News Nightly: Thursday, June 15, 2017 Stories are posted on the APRN news page. You can subscribe to APRN’s

Southeast tribal organization says it will support the Paris Climate Accord

Southeast tribal organization says it will support the Paris Climate Accord Central Council of Tlingit and Haida Indian Tribes of

Sober day at Capitol; Alaska delegation not directly affected by shooting

Sober day at Capitol; Alaska delegation not directly affected by shooting Photo of U.S. Capitol by Liz Ruskin/Alaska Public Media

‘Woman with small shovel’ finds a clue to Sitka’s paleo past

‘Woman with small shovel’ finds a clue to Sitka’s paleo past A sewer replacement project in Sitka has turned up

Alaska News Nightly, Wed., June 14

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Dispute looms over Anchorage parking meter policy

Dispute looms over Anchorage parking meter policy [unable to retrieve full-text content] The battle centers on a new plan to

Congress: baseball game will go on after shooting at GOP practice

Congress: baseball game will go on after shooting at GOP practice As you’ve probably heard by now, 5 people were

Fiber Broadband Coming to Nome by Year’s End, Quintillion Says

Fiber Broadband Coming to Nome by Year’s End, Quintillion Says In order to stay on schedule, Kristina Woolston, Quintillion’s Vice

Ask a Climatologist: Alaska’s hottest temp ever matches Hawaii’s

Ask a Climatologist: Alaska’s hottest temp ever matches Hawaii’s Fairbanks hit 90 degrees last week for the first time in

No hearing for Senate health bill and, says Murkowski, no sighting, either

No hearing for Senate health bill and, says Murkowski, no sighting, either Sen. Lisa Murkowski speaks to reporters at the

What’s the feds’ cannabis enforcement policy? ‘Confusing’

What’s the feds’ cannabis enforcement policy? ‘Confusing’ Cannabis plant (Photo by U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service) Whether the Trump administration

Alaska News Nightly Tues., June 13

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Former lawmakers join Senator Wielechowski to challenge Governor Walker’s PFD cuts

Former lawmakers join Senator Wielechowski to challenge Governor Walker’s PFD cuts Former Republican Senator Clem Tillion. (Credit: Alaska State Legislature)

Tax would require low- to middle-income residents to pay higher share

Tax would require low- to middle-income residents to pay higher share The House Finance Committee turned its attention Monday to

Alaska News Nightly Mon. 6/12/17

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WWII evacuation and internment commemorated at Fort Rich ceremony

WWII evacuation and internment commemorated at Fort Rich ceremony Military officials laying a remembrance wreath at a ceremony on in

Healthcare questions dominate Sen. Dan Sullivan town hall

Healthcare questions dominate Sen. Dan Sullivan town hall Senator Dan Sullivan speaks to public in Afognak building on Near Island,

Igiugig puts about $1 million to work revitalizing Lake Iliamna Yup’ik

Igiugig puts about $1 million to work revitalizing Lake Iliamna Yup’ik The smell of caribou maniaq roasted over the open

Former @NanooksRifle Head Coach and Alumni Dan Jordan to be Inducted into Nanook Hall of Fame

Former @NanooksRifle Head Coach and Alumni Dan Jordan to be Inducted into Nanook Hall of Fame Story Links From Tuesday

With time ticking, little public progress on state budget

With time ticking, little public progress on state budget Despite a looming deadline, lawmakers made no public progress this week

Coast Guard willing to give 2nd look at Aivik as icebreaker

Coast Guard willing to give 2nd look at Aivik as icebreaker The Aivik underway near Kodiak in 2012. Photo: U.S. Coast Guard.