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11 people, two of them crew, were treated in Wrangell and returned to the ship
DEC issues waste management permit for exploratory drilling; plaintiffs weigh further challenge.
Hundreds show up at middle school for party with bouncy house, hot dogs and instrument petting zoo.
41% increase in impounded cats for year ending June 30; 65% jump in dogs surrendered also reported.
Founders of Ink Masters bringing national expo to Juneau for the first time
13-day gap in mainline service in December, but more consistent service to smaller Southeast towns
Montana ruling establishes youths’ rights to clean environment, after similar case failed in Alaska.
Nearly $500,000 in funding via Southeast Conference and Build Back Better
77th annual charitable competition nets more fish than last year
Part two of a two-part series about the tricky navigation facing the Alaska Marine Highway System.
Master plan seeks to replace existing ships that are inefficient and expensive to operate
The change addresses longstanding issues with AMHS employees getting paid late or the wrong amounts.
Three are currently out of service due to repairs and crew shortages
Popular charitable competition swims off starting Friday
Part one of a two-part series about the tricky navigation facing the Alaska Marine Highway System.
Canadian wildfires, proposed North Slope projects draw heat at Climate Fair for a Cooler Planet
Five people who do everything from cleaning to commanding the nearly 50-year-old state vessel
DPS and DOT team up on proactive effort to add security to AMHS.
Author returns with follow-up to best-selling book about Juneau’s most famous wolf
Local police, firefighters, Coast Guard and other agencies participate in National Night Out events.