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Michael Dahle formerly worked as a deputy assessor in Juneau.
From cash to coffee, one building’s long history.
Annual JEDC report also shows growing income gap, plus high housing and healthcare costs.
Alaska’s minimum wage will increase on Jan. 1, 2024 from $10.85 to $11.73 an hour, in accordance with a law put in place by a… Continue reading
66 grams of powdered fentanyl, 4,500 pills believed to contain drug found in luggage, police say.
Longtime Glacier Swim Club teammates will compete collegiately.
Closing arguments conclude Thursday afternoon after two week-plus trial.
Ian Worden says operations are essentially sound, hopes to instill stability and sustainability.
Collaboration in full swing by tribes, federal and state agencies, local and environmental interests
Some neighbors, commissioners concerned about traffic, other impacts of 4,000-square-foot building.
The saga in the Southeast Alaska village of Yakutat is over. Or, it’s just starting. After years of conflict, Anchorage Superior Court Judge Laura Hartz… Continue reading
Fires have killed 19 people in Alaska so far this year, none in Juneau.
“I’ve never seen such unity against a policy,” local school member says after statewide conference.
Two coalitions of environmental groups, having lost their case in an Alaska courthouse, are asking the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals to issue an… Continue reading
Former state lawmaker and corrections commissioner joins fellow Republican Nick Begich in race.
Quick intervention by principal prevented need for lockdown, according to police.
A U.S. Coast Guard helicopter on a search and rescue mission crashed in Southeast Alaska, seriously injuring two of the four crew members on board.… Continue reading
Dispute involves large contract between the state and a Washington, D.C. law firm.
“Cabaret” kicks off at McPhetres Hall on Friday, with free previews Tuesday and Thursday
City officials call shelter a success so far; skeptics say some homeless people are avoiding it.