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Report presented by salmon industry advocates asserts state business subsidy agency cost public $10B
No one hurt, according to Capital City Fire/Rescue.
Alumni of local youth music program get tips from pro trio before taking center stage at JDHS.
Juneau’s cross-country runners and coaches in sunny spirits about chances going into championships
Ninth annual event celebrates Juneau’s electric vehicle growth as one of fastest in U.S.
Republican challenger staying the course despite trailing in recent recent polling and fundraising
Governor’s response calls allegations “specious and unfounded.”
Survey shows Democratic winner of special election repeating feat against two Republican opponents
Help for Juneau tribal court, emergency rural services may result from aid touted at Anchorge summit
Annual event comes as agency tackles long list of housing, other projects in wake of Covid crisis
“It comes at an especially important moment.”
Yes-vote rallies seek end to PFD “political football” as Southeast leaders warn of regional harm
Others arrive at PFD office bright and early with questions.
Republican U.S. Senate challenger attacks Biden, Murkowski, other familiar foes in Juneau visit
Filings show $1.5M raised for most recent period , Palin $250K, Begich $118K
Kake, Pelican, Angoon and Tenakee Springs omitted from schedule, but additions are pending
Begich and Palin both clashed and found common ground in Ketchikan.
Three Assembly and two school board incumbents discuss priorities for upcoming terms
Dunleavy again absent at candidate forum as two other contenders talk ferries, fish and finances
Jazz & Classics fall fest features fewer school visits, but more music including new student concert