June Leffler, KSTK - Wrangell
Some members of the Southeast Alaska Indigenous Transboundary Commission hope B.C. will also take the interests of Alaska Natives into account.
State ferries have added two special sailings as officials on both sides of the border work on a long-term solution to an an impasse over border security.
The parcels total 115,000 acres selected for their cultural significance, road or marine access and natural beauty or food supply.
In Wrangell, a former candidate for mayor is fighting city hall via a handwritten lawsuit alleging cronyism in the City and Borough of Wrangell
The new plant should be up in running in three years.
When a hunter illegally kills a moose, the meat will be confiscated, processed by a local butcher and distributed as food for low-income families, seniors and Alaska Natives in the community.
Southeast Alaska's landless tribal communities aim to form five new village corporations out of 115,000 acres of Tongass National Forest.
Alaska’s low-income seniors stand to lose cash assistance from the state. That’s following Governor Mike Dunleavy’s line item veto eliminating about $20.8 million for the Senior Benefits payment Program.
Biologists in Southeast Alaska are racing to examine a wave of whale carcasses to try and find what’s killing gray whales up and down the Pacific Coast. Nearly 170 have been reported triggering NOAA Fisheries to launch an investigation.
“If you've got to wash your car, wash your boat, please feel free to do that while the reservoirs are spilling over right now,” Wrangell City Manager Lisa Von Bargen says.
Believe it or not… one of the worst droughts in the nation is in Southeast Alaska. That’s according to federal meteorologists.
Work has started on Wrangell’s new hospital. A tribal nonprofit health consortium is replacing the city-owned medical center that had been struggling financially.
King salmon fishing in Alaska is political — but for those who can’t do it this summer, it’s also personal.
Gov. Mike Dunleavy has pledged to engage with British Columbia to protect Alaska’s natural resources and environment.
Ketchikan, Petersburg and Wrangell are partially running on diesel to power their towns. That’s because the communities’ available hydropower is at extremely low levels.
Wrangell Medical Center is being transferred to the Southeast Alaska Regional Health Consortium this week. As of today, the hospital will be run by SEARHC.
Wrangell’s city manager’s recent decision to hire a sitting Assembly member raised eyebrows. Listen now