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Regions and species see wildly variably conditions due to climate and COVID-19, according to two new NOAA reports.
Assembly considers items on its “decision list” as budget process moves along.
Record payments to residents OK’d by state Senate could cost city school bond debt reimbursement.
Further food for thought.
Juneau officials are attempting to make progress on a possible second crossing to Douglas Island, which has been studied since the early 1980s without much… Continue reading
Alaska Beacon, a nonprofit outlet debuts.
If you had $60 million to improve Juneau how would you spend it?
Allergies and flu also see uptick.
Assembly agrees to pay more than twice the estimated cost for Eaglecrest lift purchased in Austria.
No cases in Juneau so far.
Sweet sound of freedom: Juneau Jazz & Classics’ 1st post-pandemic festival features 27 visiting musicians
Event includes two military ensembles and first music cruises in four years.
Glory Hall funds put on hold, heating assistance and park improvements get the OK.
City’s investments return $4M less than predicted, but an extra $16M is coming from the state.
“A really tough, heavy-duty ambulance.”
Abortion access would remain, but elections and appointments would be heated.
Changes include Petition booklets, touch-screen ballots, rules for voting centers and boxes
More detailed discussion is expexted.
A long road toward healing: Totem pole depicting tale of overcoming domestic violence now being installed at Twin Lakes
It’s expected to debut during Celebration.
Ski area, hospital and airport factor into Finance Committee meeting.
School board unanimously waives normal rules and votes to end brief return to mandated masks.