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America’s farthest-north state representative is planning to leave the Alaska Capitol
Patkotak says he’s running to be the next mayor of the North Slope Borough.
Award-winning Juneau writer talks Hollywood writers’ strike
Vera Starbard is now living life off-script.
Pure Sole: To his father
You sir have a fine young man. I don’t know much about you. But I know a lot about your son by my interactions with… Continue reading
Airport to begin $10M parking improvement project next week
Parking will be limited during the summer and into the fall, officials say.
Dunleavy signs carbon ‘trees’ bill at sustainable energy conference
National and state leaders discuss Alaska’s green market prospects in-state and internationally
Dybdahl signs to Centralia College
Crimson Bears big man noted for ‘athleticism and high basketball IQ’
Crimson Bears soccer boys split at Kayhi
JDHS still the top seed for state this weekend.
Crimson Bears girls tie and win at Kayhi
JDHS receives number four seed for state tournament.
Falcons soccer boys end season on the road
Thunder Mountain coaches describe final match.
‘Leap of faith:’ Alaska pursues carbon offset market while embracing oil
Alaska’s push to become a bigger player in the clean energy market is in the spotlight this week at a conference convened by its Republican… Continue reading
Illinois man gets stuck waist-deep in Alaska mud flats, drowns as tide comes in
“…It’s Mother Nature, and she has no mercy for humanity.”
City signals support for renaming South Seward Street
Sealaska Heritage Institute applied for it to be renamed to Heritage Way.
Spring Tide Scramble beats the tide
Youth and adult runners get dirty on the mud flats
Lady Falcons earn first soccer win as season ends
Thunder Mountain tops Redington on the road
Police calls for Tuesday, May 23
This report contains information from law enforcement and public safety agencies.
A trio of Capitol recaps from the local delegation
From passage of PFAS limits to postponing vaping tax, Juneau’s legislators tally wins and losses.
Crimson Bears top Lady Falcons in final home softball action
Tournament next for Juneau-Douglas and Thunder Mountain
New mapping efforts seek to expand knowledge of Alaska’s waters
Around 70% of Alaska’s waters are unmapped…
Assembly OKs $10M in funds for future City Hall project
The funding could go toward building a new one or renovating the current building.
Stocking up for Aak’w Rock
Livestreamed multi-artist gig raises more than $5K for Indigenous music festival