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Addition of new bus drivers allows restoration of cuts in service made in December due to shortages.
The crash of salmon stocks in Western Alaska’s Kuskokwim River has sparked a bitter court fight between the federal and state governments, and now Alaska… Continue reading
Alaska Industrial Hardware purchased the building, according to assessors office.
Multiple evening shuttles from Glory Hall and downtown, one in morning from Thane shelter planned
David Melvin Cox Jr., 35, also faces weapons charges
Objections voiced about shortcomings at planned site, lack of input by affected agencies and people.
Resident near Mill Campground says illegal activity surged, worries about same as shelter opens.
Worst COVID-19 effects may be easing, while fertility continues yearslong downward trend.
QA covers his book, lifelong friends in Juneau, faith and Kobe Bryant.
A plea deal pending in Anchorage’s federal court would ban two men from hunting anywhere in the world for four years as punishment for illegally… Continue reading
Joe Wanner scheduled to start Nov. 15, following resignation of Sam Muse amidst leadership turmoil.
Ensemble includes 60-chair symphony, 40-person chorus, seven actors.
Lawsuit about ANWR drilling argues Biden administration put politics over legal mandates
Three decades of capital city coverage.
Winter warming shelter among issues for new Assembly, transgender sports ban for new school board.
Xunaa celebrates 6th annual Traditional Food Fair.
Locals learn to “to climb around in your own self” as Ketchikan native Tallie Medel comes to Juneau.
In the short term, Alaska crab fishers and the communities that depend on them will get a slight reprieve from the disastrous conditions they have… Continue reading
Alaska last year had a slight decrease in its number of reported syphilis cases, marking the first year without an increase since an outbreak was… Continue reading
Longtime Juneau resident oversaw numerous assistance programs and helped agency through pandemic.