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Protesters show up for Roadless Rule
Critical protection or burdensome regulation?
Family Promise of Juneau receives legislative citation
In this case, a citation is a good thing.
Digging into Kensington Gold Mine
Getting to the Coeur of Kensington.
Murkowski writes bill to address domestic violence in rural Alaska
Tribes lauded the bill.
United Way of Southeast Alaska wants you to volunteer
It’s not hard to be a philanthropist.
Empire Live: United Way at the Chamber Luncheon
Good works in the community.
Power restored after brief communitywide outage
No power to the people.
City will start accepting bids for Pederson Hill today
City on a hill is on sale.
Temporary service to Prince Rupert resumes, but uncertainty remains
You can go, but only twice.
Alaska prisoners to be sent out of state
Prisons are almost at capacity.
Politicians praise, conservationists condemn effort to amend Roadless Rule
It’s about politics
Lawyer looks back on 30 years protecting the environment
“Go for the gusto.”
Weldon reflects on her first year as mayor
There’s a lot of emails.
No confidence vote, delay shake up University of Alaska
Crews clears debris from three-car crash on Egan
Traffic is moving again.
Indigenous meeting declares ‘salmon emergency’
Meeting of tribes from US and Canada calls for action.
City expenses get thorough review
Deep dive into department details.
Economic outlook for Southeast a mixed bag
Region is stable but flat.
Empire Live: Economic outlook for Southeast Alaska over the past year
Live updates from the Luncheon.
Public gets a look at Kensington mine expansion
Expand your mine.