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Helping one’s neighbors was part of King’s message
Acting AG since August.
A marbled murrelet was treated for head trauma and released
Public money, public information.
Tough decisions are ahead.
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But most of the money has been spent, and local governments are still hurting.
“The Juneau Police Department and our partners have not received any specific threats,” the agency said.
More than a thousand students returned to schools this week. There are more to come.
The start of a new year lends us the opportunity to look back through our photo files.
After a chaotic year, stability seems to have returned, and leaders are optimistic.
Trail Mix raised more than $230,000 from more than 300 donors, enabling completion by 2023.
Catch brought to the docks fell 29% over the course of the first seven months of the year.
The initiative has treated Indigenous tribes as sovereign governments and set aside special vaccine shipments.
About $5 million in aid is flowing to households and individuals in Juneau.
The proposal is a 12-year tax break on new construction with four or more units in a downtown area of Juneau.
As for timing, the senator said, “our priority this week must be to ensure safety in Washington, D.C.”
Testing sites and other COVID-19 operations will continue, officials say, but infections are trending down.