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The announcement was made Thursday.
United States Artists awards $50,000 to the Ketchikan-based artist.
With nearly $5 million already distributed, more need remains.
Fuse is lit, but final decision is still a ways off.
The majority of staff and residents are vaccinated.
A variety of forces are leading to the increased numbers.
“Where there’s chronic delinquency, there needs to be enforcement.”
A variety of local talent is on display in “Mapmaker’s Mistake.”
Rising case numbers only indicator in the high-risk category.
CBJ to solicit bids to clean up the property.
Cub Scouts take the Pinewood Derby high tech.
Local conservation group reacts to news, looks to the future.
Three Alaska-based trips are planned for 2021
A flock of 12 pink, plastic birds has been migrating around town.
Two CBJ employees among those testing positive
A marbled murrelet was treated for head trauma and released
But most of the money has been spent, and local governments are still hurting.
The proposal is a 12-year tax break on new construction with four or more units in a downtown area of Juneau.
Be careful and plan for the possibility of an extended road closure.
Public input is helping craft a vision for the park’s voter-approved facelift.