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Mainliner specs go to shipbuilders in November while the fate of Matanuska remains unknown.
Longtime actor Marta Lastufka returns after many years in Theater Alaska’s “In A Doll’s House, Part 2”
Rescue follows the loss of a whale calf to a vessel strike in August
Preliminary audit shows faulty practices; meanwhile, state backs off fight on “over-the-cap” funds.
Article would have been on cover of Alaska Economic Trends for October.
Three decades of capital city coverage.
“Mamas just get stronger and stronger. We have no choice.”
1.65 million passengers representing 101% of ship capacity visited Juneau, preliminary figures show.
Legal, moral concerns raised by local school and city officials about state’s transgender sports ban
School board seeks more input after hearing ban violates city bylaws and maybe state’s Constitution.
A woman from Stebbins has sued the Alaska Department of Corrections, alleging that she and many other people in the state prison system have been… Continue reading
Existing bridge is already the “second crossing”; parts of original now in local home, footbridges.
Decisive votes on hotel bed tax and Huna Totem dock project among full slate of hot topics.
5-4 vote comes after some residents express concerns about costs to liveaboards and fishers.
The murder rate in Alaska increased dramatically, though there was a slight overall decrease in crime statewide in 2022, according to an Alaska Department of… Continue reading
Self-service Fisherman’s Bend in low-price lead, while supplier Delta Western’s stations at top end.
Ketchikan takes overall title, Falcons second in two-day, co-ed competition among eight schools.
The fire was quickly contained by CCFR
Staff — some recently homeless themselves — welcome first overnighters to converted Thane warehouse.
Three four-member bowling teams in weekend tournament advance to statewide event next month.
Attendees at odds with the state of Alaska on fishing and hunting issues.