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Trio of options range from space for all staff to moving just those in one troublesome building.
To showcase our readers’ work to the widest possible audience, Wild Shots have been moved in front of the Juneau Empire’s paywall. Don’t have a… Continue reading
Backlog that was 12,000 down to 10,074 after eight days, according to agency’s director.
Skiers describe conditions as excellent, but ski patrol warns people to watch for hazards.
Thousands of artists, tens of millions of dollars annually, generations of passing on traditions.
Urgent care, imaging, lab work available now; optometry, pediatrics, primary care scheduled soon.
21-year veteran of department will serve as acting chief until Derek Bos takes over Feb. 1
Construction is underway at the massive oil project even as the legal fight continues.
Visitors at Capitol share greetings and hopes for upcoming session with trio of Juneau lawmakers.
Over the last three decades, 37 killer whales were entangled in fishing gear in Alaska, which resulted in 25 deaths, according to a new report… Continue reading
Harvard researchers’ examination puts performance of Hawaii charters at the bottom
Legislators say executive branch violated separation of powers with unauthorized spending.
Ski area manager says installation possible without extra city funds via ‘alternative procurement.’
The Biden administration moved on Tuesday to conserve groves of old-growth trees on national forests across the U.S. as climate change amplifies the threats they… Continue reading
53 charges or citations issued during Southern Southeast Sitka Blacktail deer “rut,” AST reports.
Juneau-born resident plans to return for One People Canoe Society trips he founded, other events.
Southeast items include $9.5M to replace patrol vessel, $1.5M to thin “overly dense young forests.”
Heavy snow prompts effort for limited weekend opening after delays, but high winds prevent lift use.
Juneau’s high school Nordic ski team eligible to compete for state title for first time in many years
JDHS and TMHS approve combined team sanctioned to participate in upcoming ASAA tournament.