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No commissioner at new department, other Dept. of Health and Social Services changes may take months
How much it will cost and who will do it remain up in the air.
Investigation of floor sealant being served at summer youth program being reviewed by prosecutors
Assembly and school board members offer wise words as toolkit and workshop for local races arrive
The reason for the uproar is assessments for all commercial property were increased 50% for 2021.
School board OKs wearing of Native items, and those from other cultures, at public events
Food company admits missteps; school board seeks 3rd-party investigator.
Company that served chemical sealant to children to face Juneau’s school board at special meeting
Group will have additional 10 days starting Friday to gather enough signatures for fall ballot
24,000 rapid antigen tests available at City Hall, libraries, police station and city health center
Weekend mining and logging event at Savikko Field celebrates 30th year after missing past two years
“That’s when the beginning of this mismatch began,” she said.
Renaming elementary school approved by Juneau Board of Education after a long debate.
Investigation is underway.
Juneau’s leaders approve $439.6M budget with no debate, but city hall funding remains controversial
1,200 Alaska Natives perform encore of entrance dance for Grand Exit, talk of revived future hopes
Procession a chance for Alaska Natives to share stories and snapshots with folks from afar.
Final votes on next year’s budget and property tax mill rate among items at Juneau Assembly meeting
Winners say subsistence traditions feed bodies and souls during pandemic.
Opposite attraction: Winner of art competition at Celebration is an Eagle carver who is ‘drawn to Raven when I am creating’
She knows the value of strong mussels.