Articles from the April 26, 2023 edition

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Alaska Airlines will remove boarding pass kiosks at airports

Alaska Airlines is pushing passengers to load boarding passes on their smartphones by removing airport kiosks that can be used to print the passes. The airline has removed kiosks at nine airports so far, and is telling customers to use Alaska’s...

 By Clarise Larson    News    April 26, 2023

Ceremony dedicates new Totem Pole Trail along downtown Juneau waterfront

Hundreds celebrated at a dedication ceremony Saturday the first dozen of 30 new totem poles along the Juneau waterfront that will comprise Kootéeyaa Deiyí, Totem Pole Trail. Over the past week,...

 By Gene Johnson    News    April 26, 2023

Inbreeding holding down population of southern resident orcas

SEATTLE (AP) — People have taken many steps in recent decades to help the Pacific Northwest’s endangered killer whales, which have long suffered from starvation, pollution and the legacy of having many of their number captured for display in mari...

 By Sentinel staff    News    April 26, 2023

Southeast group taking annual business survey

The Southeast Conference is conducting its annual survey of business owners and managers, looking to gauge the economic outlook and priorities for the region. Last year’s business climate survey collected 440 responses, including 26 from Wrangell....

 By Chris Basinger    News    April 26, 2023

Forest Service approves plan for Kake to run cultural healing center

The U.S. Forest Service has approved the Organized Village of Kake’s request to operate a cultural healing center at a seldom-used building at Portage Bay, according to an announcement from the agency last month. The village plans to establish a pr...


Police report

Monday, April 17 Agency assist: Ambulance. Tuesday, April 18 Abandoned vehicles. Wednesday, April 19 Deer complaint. Civil issue. Citizen assist: Unlock vehicle. Agency assist: Petersburg Police Department. Thursday, April 20 Agency assist: U.S....

 By Yereth Rosen    News    April 26, 2023

Seaweed farming supporters envision commercial, environmental benefits

To optimists, the plants that grow in the sea promise to diversify Alaska’s economy, revitalize small coastal towns struggling with undependable fisheries and help communities adapt to climate change — and even mitigate it by absorbing... Full story


Classified ads

HELP WANTED Johnson’s Building Supply is hiring for a yardman/customer service position. Responsibilities include retail sales, computer knowledge, receiving freight, stocking inventory, truck loading/unloading, deliveries and friendly customer...

 By James Brooks    News    April 26, 2023

Kenai borough settles third workplace complaint against former mayor

Former Republican governor candidate and Kenai Peninsula Borough Mayor Charlie Pierce will not have to pay out of his pocket to settle a sexual harassment lawsuit brought by a former aide. The borough assembly, meeting on April 18, said the borough... Full story


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