Investigation Looms as Park, Center Part Ways

The Southeast Alaska Indian Cultural Center is parting ways with the National Park Service. The cultural center has been located in a wing of the visitor center at Sitka National Historical Park for 42 years.

But the center’s agreement with the park will not be renewed when it expires next week. And both the cultural center and park officials have confirmed a criminal investigation into mismanagement of funds at the center.

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Ed Ronco is a reporter at KCAW in Sitka.