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New study released for Mendenhall Glacier area development, old concerns raised
Report features 3 alternatives based on earlier public input; 2 public meetings set for this month.
City, school district draft legislative priorties
Assembly members rank housing projects high, while school board opts for new tactic of broader goals
Southeast employment up 6.5% in ’22, 2.5% more expected in ’23
Record cruise season, construction growth will help post-pandemic recovery continue, state reports.
SEACC entangled in union dispute
Non-management employees petition NLRB after vote to unionize not recognized by management
Stories likely to break big in 2023
New housing, federally-funded projects, school leadership changes among items affecting Juneau
The stories that shaped our 2022
Unprecedented elections, record rain and much more.
Weather drops the ball on New Year’s Eve
Personal fireworks again available for limited locations, but wet and windy night may dampen spirits
Insured prescriptions from Fred Meyer may end for many Jan. 1
Corporate parent severing contract with company that reimburses city, military, other local workers
Food stamps backlog expected to continue for months
8,000 Alaska households go months without SNAP benefits; cyberattack, lack of workers blamed
Legere leaves a legacy
KTOO’s president and general manager retiring after 40 years of transforming Alaska’s public media
Holiday cheer as the legislative session nears
Residents chat and snack with Juneau’s delegation during open house at Capitol.
Outpouring of support makes fulfilling family wish lists possible for local charity
More than 150 donations for needy families arrive in two days after Adopt-A-Family comes up short
DOJ: Alaska illegally institutionalizing troubled kids
State locks up youths far from home instead of offering adequate treatment, investigation finds.
Santa’s helpers for the needy can use some holiday help
Annual gifts and meals for Juneau’s struggling continue their traditions, but limited by high demand
Alaska by the somber and strange numbers
Annual stats report shows life expectancy dropping, COVID, drug deaths up.
What is ‘monetizing carbon credits’? And how would it work?
How the governor is making a “$900 million a year or bust” bet on Alaska’s financial future
Mixed feelings on local items in state budget
Flat funding of ferries, education not a big hit, but governor’s appaent willingness to negotiate is.
Governor’s budget calls for no major cuts, no major adds and a big new revenue plan
Governor says no major increases or cuts, “full PFD”; bets long-term stability on carbon credits
Juneau-based icebreaker in final NDAA bill, Sullivan says
Purchase of private ship, which may bring 600 people to Juneau, gets warm support from local leaders
First 96 homes of 444-unit Ridgeview Subdivision OK’d
Planning Commission unanimously approves initial phase of complex, despite traffic volume concerns