web-posted Wednesday, July 16, 2014
J.P. and Chris hang out around Pocket Park most days. They're both from Southeast Alaska - J.P was born at Bartlett and raised in Sitka, and Chris has family in Angoon and Hoonah - and call each other brothers.
web-posted Wednesday, May 14, 2014
KAKE - Timber, construction and commercial fisheries are down, the cannery closed decades ago, and the salmon hatchery here is closing next month. The Organized Village of Kake, the Hoonah Indian Association and organizers across Southeast have another hope: oyster farming.
web-posted Wednesday, April 16, 2014
They have the same goal but different ideas about how to get there.
web-posted Wednesday, April 9, 2014
Wednesday, April 9
web-posted Wednesday, April 2, 2014
The Office Bar, a Tlingit-owned establishment in Hoonah, got its name when a friend of owners Jim and Mary Erickson gave up on working elsewhere one afternoon soon after they opened. She brought her papers in, spread them out ... and a bar name was born.
web-posted Wednesday, April 2, 2014
HOONAH - In a former auto shop beside Hoonah High School, three carvers are busy restoring signs of Huna Tlingit ancestry, genealogy and history to the land cleared by an advancing glacier more than 250 years ago.