Taku twins

A bald eagle calls to its mate as it lands on top of the power pole near the Douglas Bridge on Thursday. The pair, known as the Taku Twins, can be seen almost daily perched on either one of two large power poles used for transporting electricity to Douglas Island.

A bald eagle calls to its mate as it lands on top of the power pole near the Douglas Bridge on Thursday. The pair, known as the Taku Twins, can be seen almost daily perched on either one of two large power poles used for transporting electricity to Douglas Island.

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Wed, 02/22/2017 - 08:32

Sealaska summer camp registration

The application period is now open for several Sealaska Heritage Institute camps and workshops for young adults.

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New trial in Chris Strawn murder case set for October

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