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Hospital board to reevalute current applicants, may consider new ones, as lengthy search gets longer
Ballot petition repealing required disclosure of price to city has enough signatures, proponents say
Members of Juneau’s Assembly reject proposal for fall ballot, but residents may see advisory vote.
Finalists withdraw a day before in-person interviews begin, BRH board considers next steps Saturday.
A possible vote.
New highs set Tuesday and Wednesday — and Thursday may be hotter; cooler weather expected this weekend
Troy Quinn says “A Night At The Oscars” lets audience see as well as hear what’s missing on film.
Candidates will meet Bartlett officials and public beginning next Friday
Owner says months-long effort to hire new pharmacist has been unsuccessful.
Ballots must be postmarked by June 11.
Juneau outlets say limited supplies exist, but many brands absent and donations for needy lacking
30 Juneau participants raise $7,100 for annual statewide annual Alaska Law Enforcement Torch Run
City budget approved by Finance Committee rejects mill rate increase, adds funds for social programs.
More taxes for thee, not me; more community projects for me, not thee among ’unsurprising’ results
Another ‘Classics’ in the books.
Assist. U.S. Commerce Secretary Alejandra Castillo visits SE Native coalition seeking up to $100M
Government, industry officials in Seattle, Canda and Juneau set goal of net-zero emmisions by 2050.
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.