Tracy Welch grew up in Petersburg and has a background in commercial fishing, gillnetting and long-lining.
Half of the money that doesn’t go to dividends would pay for state education funding.
There’s no projected timeline yet, but the mayor estimates the project could take up to five years.
Ketchikan utility officials say they’re optimistic that crews will restore the connection by midday Monday.
Over the last two years, Wrangell Mariners’ Memorial has leapt from the pages of theoretical design onto a quiet plot of land at the mouth of Heritage Harbor.
Petersburg’s third COVID-19 outbreak is on its way to becoming its worst.
A Wrangell resident who was out on a walk on Wrangell’s Petroglyph Beach said he noticed what he thought was paint on one of the rocks with ancient carvings.
With distinct black and white markings, She-Ra is from a line of malamute sled dogs in Juneau.
The mural project by Haines high school students includes art pieces inspired by pop art, planets in orbit and a large formline killer whale.
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The regional subsistence advisory council says its proposals are responding to food security concerns from villages.