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Despite the increase, fees remain low compared to other hospitals.
Eaglecrest expects to bank money, reduce reliance on city money in 2022
Public health officials say variant acquired via community spread
City officials consider future of mitigation measures.
Pop up clinics to replace mass vaccination clinics
Advertising and editorial staff are moving to Jordan Creek Center.
Federal money provides relief from lost cruise ship sales tax revenue.
Capital transit harnesses local hydropower
Juneau Jazz & Classics Festival will resume in a hybrid format
Musicians enhance vaccine experience
Submit a video about caring for the planet
Middle and high school students to attend four days a week
Longtime employee Rose Lawhorne steps into the top job this week
Next up: virtual finals
School is in session.
It is a collaboration between Perseverance Theatre and the Sealaska Heritage Institute.
State opens comment period for possible work.
Her first six months of service have unfolded entirely on Zoom.
First meeting on April 1, policy review begins in July.
Experts gather to talk COVID vaccines, answer local questions.