The July issue of the Alaskan Southeaster magazine will be the publication's last, the Huna Totem Corp. announced Tuesday. The final issue has gone to press and been sent to the airplanes, cruise ships and retail outlets that carry it, as well as to 6,000 home and business subscribers. "It's really a question of economics," said Sam Furuness, acting CEO of Huna Totem, the parent company of Juneau-based McPhee Publications, which publishes Alaskan Southeaster. "We have operated the magazine since April 1998 and it never did achieve a break-even point for the company."
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Three Huna Totem Corp. shareholders claim an administrator at the village Native corporation's Juneau office slammed the door in their faces and threatened to call the police when they came to pick up a list of shareholders' names.
...ruling from the Division of Banking, Securities and Corporations concerns a failed move in 1999 to recall the Huna Totem Board of Directors. The underlying dispute concerned a controversial land swap with the U.S. Forest Service that is still...
In language harshly critical of Huna Totem Corp. for its treatment of dissident shareholders, state officials have ruled that the Native village corporation for Hoonah violated corporate election law in 1999.
Recall Huna Totem board of directors By Kenneth K. Skaflestad...Kenneth K. Skaflestad Recall Huna Totem board of directors 051699 Oped 5 The Juneau Empire...Skaflestad Home>Archives> Recall Huna Totem board of directors 29° Classifieds
...president emeritus and served as grand ANS president. She served on the Hoonah School Board for many years, Huna Totem Board of Directors and the Alaska School Board Association. She was instrumental in forming SouthEast Alaska Regional Health...
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