Ed Schoenfeld, CoastAlaska - Juneau
The Alaska Marine Highway System is paying more than $1,200 a day for long-term storage of two unused ferries. Listen Now
Alaska and British Columbia officials signed a statement of cooperation Thursday aimed at protecting rivers that flow through the province and the state. Listen Now
About 4,500 acres of heavily-logged forest will return to wilderness under a deal involving the federal government and a Southeast Alaska Native corporation. Listen Now
The Alaska Marine Highway System’s largest ferry needs work on one of its propellers. LISTEN NOW The 500-passenger Columbia will soon head to a Portland, Ore., shipyard for repairs. As a result, most of Southeast Alaska’s larger...
Searchers continued looking Wednesday for a Sitka man last seen Monday on the Mt. Verstovia Trail.
Enrolled members of Alaska’s largest tribal government are getting enhanced photo IDs. They can be used for border crossings and some other situations where official identification is necessary. Listen now
Southeast Alaska's regional tribal government is temporarily ending programs that provide food, clothing and shelter to its most needy clients. Listen now
Southeast Alaska’s largest tribal organization said this month’s meetings with the U.S. State Department and Environmental Protection Agency were productive. Listen now
Alaska’s Pioneer Homes have stopped accepting new residents, at least for a while. It’s one more impact of state budget cuts. Listen now
Tuesday’s primary election didn’t eliminate any Southeast candidates for state House or Senate.
U.S. State Department officials are in Southeast Alaska this week to talk about transboundary mines. The Environmental Protection Agency also has sent representatives. Listen now
A bill before Congress would speed a timberland trade between the federal government and the Alaska Mental Health Trust. It’s part of a larger legislative effort to increase logging in the Tongass National Forest. Listen now
Gov. Bill Walker has signed legislation he says will provide more timber for Alaska’s mills. But it probably won’t be that much of an increase. Listen now