Author: Angela Denning, CoastAlaska

Dungeness crab fishery to close early after slow start

The commercial Dungeness crab fishery in Southeast Alaska will close early this summer because the start of the season has been so slow. “I’ve heard generally it’s slow,” said Joe Stratman with the Alaska Department of Fish and Game. “I’ve heard generally it’s slow throughout the region.”

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Blood quantum requirement dropped for Sealaska Corporation enrollment

Sealaska Corporation shareholders have voted to get rid of the blood quantum requirement for enrollment. The vote was tallied at the annual shareholders meeting in Juneau on June 25. “The blood quantum issue itself continues to literally divide families pretty quickly and within a few generations the pool of eligible descendants would be dwindling,” said Board President, Joe Nelson.

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What could Al Gross dropping out mean for the special election?

Independent candidate Al Gross received a lot of support from Southeast Alaska voters in the special primary election for the Alaska Congressional race. Since the results came in, Gross has dropped out of the race. So what does that mean for the August special general election? How could ranked choice voting play out? To find out, CoastAlaska’s Angela Denning spoke with James Brooks with the Alaska Beacon.

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