Ed Schoenfeld, CoastAlaska - Juneau
The Douglas Indian Association wants you to know its traditional territory stretches far beyond its namesake city and island. A recent boat tour covered some of the T’aaḵu Kwáan’s lands. Listen now
The U.S. Forest Service could put the brakes on a state plan to store contaminated soil near a Wrangell recreation area. Listen now
Alaskans have until the end of the month to tell the Marine Highway System what they think of its fall, winter and spring sailing plans. Listen now
A fungus that’s damaged trees in Southcentral and Interior Alaska has been discovered for the first time in Southeast. But there’s a chance its spread could be stopped. Listen now
Someone is interested in buying the retired ferry Taku. As a result, the Alaska Marine Highway System is giving interested parties an extra week and a half to submit bids. Listen now
Senator Lisa Murkowski was one of just four of the Senate's 52 Republicans to make a public appearance over the fourth of July. She spoke with constituents about healthcare. Listen now
Southeast Alaska tribal groups are calling for cleanup of British Columbia’s long-abandoned Tulsequah Chief Mine. Listen now
The International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers and Wrangell Borough officials are returning to the bargaining table. Listen now
Wrangell’s municipal employees’ union has authorized a strike. But one of its leaders said members don’t really want to.
The price is dropping for the state ferry Taku. Alaska Marine Highway System General Manager John Falvey said no one submitted a bid during the most recent sale attempt, which ended May 31st.
Teachers from around Southeast Alaska will gather in Juneau next month to discuss culturally responsive education. Listen now