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‘We’re still here’: Ernestine Hayes shares Indian Village memories, hopes for the future

Juneau Indian Village: Pilings, Pavement and Politics.

 

Walk-on passengers and vehicles load onto the LeConte ferry for a trip to Hoonah and Gustavus at the Alaska Marine Highway System’s Auke Bay Terminal in July 2019. (Michael Penn | Juneau Empire File)

Angoon moves to hire private ship to transport goods

‘Folks, we can make this work.’

 

Four new Juneau entrepreneurs share struggles, motivations

This is what it takes to open a business in Juneau.

Lawmakers urge governor to resume ferry service

No service is an ‘existential crisis.’

District makes changes to computer-monitoring program

Data won’t be held for as long.

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Alaskans take Roadless Rule fight to DC

Mr. Jackson goes to Washington.

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Delta Western plans new fueling station in Auke Bay

More options for boats to fuel up.

Alaska could soon put taxes on online sales

Plans are still being made but taxes could be here by spring.

Members of the Visitor Industry Task Force, city employees and the public watch as City Manager Rorie Watt gives a presentation on the growth of the cruise ship industry in Juneau during a noon meeting at City Hall on Tuesday, Nov. 5, 2019. (Michael Penn | Juneau Empire)

More and bigger ships are coming to Juneau, other stops in Southeast

Tourism Task Force takes tourism to task.

Members of the Visitor Industry Task Force, city employees and the public watch as City Manager Rorie Watt gives a presentation on the growth of the cruise ship industry in Juneau during a noon meeting at City Hall on Tuesday, Nov. 5, 2019. (Michael Penn | Juneau Empire)