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Airport starts plane parking expansion
Help is on the way for Juneau’s packed aircraft parking.
‘Emerging’ pollutant contaminates Gustavus well water
Some residents of the small town of Gustavus, near Glacier Bay National Park, are relying on state-provided drinking water after testing of private wells showed… Continue reading
Alaska scientists pen letter backing salmon measure
Former scientists and fisheries managers are taking sides over Ballot Measure 1.
Online farmers market keeps going through winter
Their options don’t peter out in the cold months.
Skagway man indicted for walrus ivory smuggling
The indictment alleged lying on paperwork, smuggling and the illegal sale of walrus ivory.
Conoco VP speaks against ballot measure at Chamber
A representative of oil giant ConocoPhillips voiced opposition to Ballot Measure 1 at a Juneau Chamber of Commerce luncheon on Thursday. Ballot Measure 1, known… Continue reading
How a breakthrough in the Mendenhall River changes erosion near Brotherhood Bridge
It’s mid-morning at an oxbow on the Mendenhall River, and signs of change are all around. A handful of spruce trees, felled by river erosion,… Continue reading
Visiting professor to talk education innovation at UAS lecture
Sean Anderson, Ph.D., thinks universities should be doing business differently. Undergraduate science students should be in the field collecting data for long-term research projects, not… Continue reading
Front Street Cafe gone but ‘tot’ forgotten
Late-night grub shack closes, but another will soon take its place.
Election concerns run the gamut for local parents
Local families met with statehouse candidates Friday night for a meet the candidates event at the Wells Fargo Dimond Park Field House. The cost of… Continue reading
U.S. lawmakers line up against salmon measure
Alaska’s congressional delegation spoke up about state politics on Saturday, urging Alaskans to vote against a controversial salmon habitat protection measure up for a vote… Continue reading
Prince of Wales wolf hunt numbers set
Once feared endangered, wolf numbers on fourth-largest U.S. island have rebounded.
Man stabbed with butcher knife
A woman stabbed her 51-year-old boyfriend in the chest with a butcher knife early Friday morning, police say, sending the man to the hospital with… Continue reading
Election events draw families, kids
Update: The hours have changed for early voting at the Mendenhall Mall Annex for the statewide election on Nov. 6. Starting Oct. 22, early voting… Continue reading
Invasive invertebrate discovered near Ketchikan
They’re called sea lace, moss animals and Bugula neritina to scientists — and they’re not supposed to be here. But they are here, scientists say.… Continue reading
Pebble VP: Project ‘OK’ if salmon measure passes
Measure would not kill controversial mine, rep says.
Alaska’s congressional delegation pens another transboundary letter
It urges the State Department to protect Alaska’s watersheds.
Three join school board, new superintendent search starts
Three new members of the City and Borough of Juneau Board of Education took their seats at a Tuesday meeting at Thunder Mountain High School… Continue reading
A sister’s next act: Longtime Juneau nun retires
Sister Marie Lucek OP has worked for the parish of the Cathedral of the Nativity of the Blessed Virgin Mary in downtown Juneau for 12… Continue reading
Soft skills, hard work: health care interns with disabilities learn the ropes of work life
> On a Friday at noon, the maze of hallways, staircases and corridors at Bartlett Regional Hospital is a hive of activity. Just getting around… Continue reading