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Some Southeast fishermen skipping fall season entirely, other’s say season has been “hit or miss”
District begins the process of filling the position by July.
Huna Totems plan for developing the land is still on track
‘I put everything into the art’: Her work blends bright colors and humor to depict Tlingit life and stories
The exhibit will run until early January
Bill Sheffield, Alaska’s fifth governor and a prominent public service figure in the state, died in his Anchorage home Friday morning at the age of… Continue reading
Short-term rentals contribute to shortage, but are not the root cause
The two boys are being held at the Johnson Youth Center
“We couldn’t have done it without them”
Juneau residents and stakeholders learn about the challenges faced by former convicts
The threats are being investigated by JPD’s threat assessment team.
It’s lit — moonlit that is.
The four women will be honored at the organization’s upcoming gala
“I think the most important thing I have learned is that change can be realistic and possible”
Thrills and chills
Bus’ a move.
‘Once again, Angoon has a dugout’: Village residents welcome dugout canoe 140 years after bombardment
It’s the first dugout canoe in Angoon since the U.S. destroyed the village’s fleet in 1882.
Announcement comes after intense few years, and she is stepping away at the end of June.
Assembly agrees to predevelopment loan for 72-unit Gastineau Lodges project.