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City OKs $5M toward proposed Capital Civic Center
The money is intended to show the city’s commitment to the project as it seeks federal funding
City offers up to $30K hiring bonus for new police officers
Police union representative says it’s not enough to fix the department’s recruitment challenges
Juneau lands 111 points in win over Metlakatla
The team won by exactly 40-points.
Juneau stays in control against Angoon for M Bracket win
Juneau kept a respectable-yet-close lead through the entire time.
Yakutat finishes with 36-point lead over Kake in W bracket
Kake women bested on second day of the tournament.
Metlakatla ekes out a win against Hoonah
The game ended with a close 75-70 score.
New study links mine to elevated lead levels in Hawk Inlet
Hecla Greens Creek Mine official ardently refutes the report’s findings.
CBJ cash office and sales tax office returns to regular service hours
This comes after months of reduced operating hours due to a staffing shortage
Conversion therapy survivors advocate for banning practice in Alaska
Invited testimony given for Rep. Sara Hannan’s bill.
The school board passed a budget — it’s probably going to change
Spending plan uses an uncertain $430 increase in per-student funding from the state.
Learn more about salmon at this winter’s final Mendenhall Minis event
The series returned in-person after two years of online only
NWS: Snow followed by heavy rain on the way
Roughly 2-5 inches of snow predicted.
Report: Juneau’s greenhouse gas emissions down from 2010 to 2021
While dubbed good news, it concludes a trend cannot be definitively established.
City prepares for dog doo doom of the spring thaw
CBJ spends $10,000 on dog poop bags each year but the problem still persists, officials say
Tlingit and Haida purchases downtown Driftwood Lodge
The building is located near Elizabeth Peratrovich Hall and Foodland IGA.
Southeast stuntin’: Region V dance and cheer teams gather for annual dance adjudication
JDHS cheer takes home first-ever three-peat competition win
Q&A: Get to know the next UAS chancellor
Incoming chancellor talks workforce development, fiscal sustainability and student access
It’s about time: With the switch to Daylight Saving Time on the horizon, Alaska lawmakers push to make the change permanent
It’s a time sensitive issue…
DOT: Staffing shortages mean fewer ferries this summer
Service may improve if more crew becomes available, officials say
State signs agreement with Goldbelt Inc. for Cascade Point ferry terminal feasibility study
A long-discussed project took a step forward…