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Juneau residents cite variety of reasons for being part of backlog of more than 12,000 applicants.
Project north of Haines at least five years from decisions about mine development, executive says
Thunder Mountain High School upperclassmen have waited lifetime for title chance.
Warm temperatures and rain thwart efforts to open ski area on Saturday.
The Biden administration could jump into a high-profile lawsuit involving a Southeast Alaska Native community that’s fighting with GOP Gov. Mike Dunleavy’s administration about its… Continue reading
Extra patrols by police and parks staff also planned for facility at Jackie Renninger Park.
Xmas Bazaar Xtravaganza nearly sold out already, but seeing “The Wind” to live music a breeze.
Juneau, with several thousand pounds of food collected in drive, among many communities assisting.
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Annual Holiday Open House featuring 21,350 cookies scheduled 3-6 p.m. Dec. 12.
80% of food comes from surrounding lands and waters for Alaska Native communities off road system.
Two of planned five food trucks now open, with covered seating and other offerings in the works.
Authorities have suspended the search for the 12-year-old boy still missing following a deadly landslide in the southeast Alaska community of Wrangell. Five people have… Continue reading
Deadline to apply is Dec. 31, funds will be divided among applicants.
Juneau reportedly first district to take step that may lead to lawsuit challenging policy.
Austin Nolan Dwight Rutherford, 29, convicted of stealing nearly $580,000 between 2020 and 2022.
Education department abandons challenge under existing state law to Juneau, other districts.
Proposed ferry schedule for next summer looks a lot like this year’s — with one possible big exception
Cross-Gulf sailings will resume if enough crew hired; AMHS begins two-week public comment period.
Supporters of an effort to get rid of Alaska’s ranked choice voting system are accused of “intentional deception” by failing to properly report their activities,… Continue reading
State reportedly cleared year-long 14,000-person backlog, only to have new crisis erupt.