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Other commemorations echoed the Rev. Bernice King’s reminder.
He was also sentenced on a drug charge.
The public comment period runs until Jan. 26.
Sequels are almost never as grandiose as originals, and such is the case with the second batch of prefile bills from state lawmakers released Friday… Continue reading
“The algorithm is hard on all of us,” but maybe it doesn’t have to be.
JDHS coach said he’s hopeful for the remainder of the season
Alaska Music Summit held in Juneau for the first time.
Michael Orelove, a colorful character known for art installations, leaves lasting legacy.
However, Juneau’s delegation expresses optimism for progress on health, safety and education.
‘We’re in unprecedented territory as a hospital’: Bartlett Regional Hospital announces cost-cutting plans
Measures are to address its estimated $10M deficit this fiscal year, $2 million in upcoming year.
Even optimistic projections show half of glaciers gone by end of century.
Bus down: City preps for incoming electric bus fleet as its current electric bus remains out of commission
Capital Transit expects the new fleet to arrive during the summer of 2024
Class of incoming lawmakers includes many with legislative experience.
For many, it was a reminder of culture and language suppresion.
The board OKs plan to ask Assembly for $2.5M in additional out-of-cap funding
Dunleavy outlines legislation for plan he hopes will earn $900 million a year.
Last year ships were about 74% full, industry official says 90% projected for 1st quarter 2023.
Vessel grounded in 2019 to save costs now needed due to extra repairs planned for Matanuska
Local foodbank receives donation at Wednesday ceremony.
Longtime reporter Lisa Phu finally unveils family’s escape from genocide in Cambodia in podcast.