Ed Schoenfeld, CoastAlaska - Juneau
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
The federal budget deal cut by Congress includes some good news for arts in Alaska. Listen now
Southeast Alaska’s regional tribal government is developing its business side. Listen now
Art Johns has been playing at the Alaska Folk Festival since 1995. But his musical roots go way back -- almost 80 years. Listen now
A Washington D.C., environmental group is accusing the Tongass National Forest of breaking its own timber-sale rules. Listen now
One of the Sealaska regional Native corporation’s longest-serving leaders is stepping down. Listen now
A popular Southeast spring fishing derby won’t happen this year, because there aren’t enough fish. Listen now
Lawmakers take their first look Friday at a bill changing the Alaska State Council on the Arts from an agency to a public corporation. Listen now
President Donald Trump angered many Native activists by moving to restart Dakota Access Pipeline construction. Thousands have protested the line, saying it could poison the Standing Rock Sioux’s water supply. They also see the move as an affront to tribal sovereignty. Listen now