Alain d'Epremesnil, KHNS - Haines
Environmental groups and the Chilkat Indian Village are facing off in court against Constantine Metals over the planned mine at the Palmer Project.
Staff at Delta Air Lines' museum offered last summer to repatriate the totem pole, which was carved for Delta predecessor Western Airlines in 1969.
Thursday's gathering of about 150 people at the Klehini River near Haines also included protests against the proposed Palmer Project mine.
The inspections necessary to qualify for the program will not be offered virtually anymore.
The canoe’s seven passengers spent a substantial amount of time in the lake’s cold water as they swam to shore.
Western bumblebees were once common in the western U.S., but as global warming progresses they're disappearing from their southern range.
Rail workers for the White Pass and Yukon Route sought a wage increase to keep up with the cost of living in Skagway.
The Southeast town is embracing the weirdness. The mayor has declared Saturday "Idaho Potato Day." And two locals will be crowned Queen and King of Potatoes for the day.
A passenger plane collided with birds at the Skagway airport on Friday. The plane landed safely and nobody aboard was hurt.
On Tuesday morning the Hubbard, which can carry up to 300 passengers, sailed up Lynn Canal with about 70 aboard.
The state’s Department of Natural Resources would oversee the new certification program and provide free training for sawmill operators.
Some cruise lines have misgivings about tying onto part of a Skagway dock because of the danger posed by a large rock high above it.
What started as an online ripple became a wave of public comments at the last borough assembly meeting in Haines.
Skagway's tourism industry expects 1.2 million cruise passengers this year, almost double last year’s numbers.