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Lawmakers say new ethics rule too ‘fuzzy.’
Health insurance accounts for 16 percent of one district’s budget.
They will be the first team from Southeast Alaska to ever go to the world championship.
Some representatives confident education cut won’t happen.
State funding cuts = less jobs in Juneau.
Dwindling budget could mean loss of services.
He worked with Alaska Native artists to resolve an issue with Etsy last year.
Committees masquerade as ‘informational meetings.’
‘We know our friends would want us to resume helping others.’
“The true enemy of the environment is poverty.”
Three Juneau residents were aboard medevac plane traveling from Anchorage to Kake.
She has extensive federal government experience.
“You should be talking to the school districts first.”
Vivian Stiver has history of speaking against legalization.
Assembly grapples with future of tourism capacity in Juneau, approves waterfront development project
Two voted in dissent of the project.
‘It’s unnerving,’ says superintendent.
New visitor kiosk also being proposed
Here’s what they think.
It’s a Christian-based center.
Free pizza, support groups, bill forgiveness.