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Several community asks are on the outs following Wednesday night city meeting
Assembly members makes some tough calls as it works through the budget process.
Police investigate wreck after one dead, three injured
Authorities say avoid Mendenhall Loop Road and Egan Drive.
City moves to make vote-by-mail elections the default in Juneau
The ordinances are set to be introduced in May and open for public hearing in June.
Art showcase: Student work featured from UAS Northwest Coast Arts program
Dozens of pieces were on display at the gallery Friday night.
City OKs funds to create startup child care grant program
Program intended to fund the opening of one to two new child care centers in Juneau.
Downtown’s Seward Street could soon have a new name
SHI President called for the change during a recent public gathering downtown.
Juneau’s track and field season kicks off with Capital Invitational
The weekend meet was the first of the season.
Juneau man removed from mall roof, arrested
He reportedly threw objects at responding officers.
Police: Pepper spray used to apprehend Juneau woman after resisting arrest
She faces multiple criminal charges and was taken to the Lemon Creek Correctional Center.
Hundreds in Juneau celebrate the dedication of Kootéeyaa Deiyí
The 12 totem poles line the waterfront of downtown Juneau.
Resolution passed to raise totem pole honoring missing and murdered Indigenous women and people
Delegates voted unanimously for it on the last day of Tribal Assembly.
Tribal Assembly names associate justice, emerging leader
On the final day of the 88th annual Central Council of the Tlingit and Haida Indian Tribes of Alaska Tribal Assembly, delegates reelected Aurora Lehr… Continue reading
Delegate/Citizen of the Year surprised by honor during Tribal Assembly
Long-term sustainable housing, and more also discussed on second day.
City moves forward with $2.5M one-time funding to hospital
An additional $2.5M is pending.
‘Fear not, drop your lawsuit’: Tribal Assembly keynote speaker talks resiliency of Tlingit and Haida, addresses state’s land trust lawsuit
Assembly keynote speaker talks resiliency of Tlingit Haida, addresses state’s land trust lawsuit
Assembly honors Juneau Arctic Winter Games athletes
The athlete’s traveled to Alberta, Canada in February to represent Juneau on Team Alaska.
City OKs $2.3M in additional ‘out-of-cap’ funding to school district
The funds will pay for deficits accrued during 2021-2023.
Assembly votes down proposed Pioneer Road e-bike tours
Assembly member calls for “rare” move to reconsider.
Totem poles raised along waterfront ahead of trail dedication ceremony
The ceremony will be held late Saturday morning at Heritage Plaza.
Juneau School District, teachers union reach tentative contract agreement
Members are expected to vote on whether to ratify it in the coming weeks.