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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
Man pleads guilty to assault of crew member while on flight to Juneau
The assault occurred on April 1, according to court documents.
On the Trails: Orcas, sand lance, and a junco
The highlight of our Berners Bay cruise…
Ships in Port for the Week of May 21
Here’s what to expect this week.
Salmon Creek site emerges as preference during second crossing meeting
“I feel like salmon creek has the least financial impacts, the least wetland impact.”
Southeast student-artists shine at Region V Art Fest
Students from JDHS and TMHS competed in Yakutat art show.
A journey to the stars was the final field trip of the year
Kids treated to the story of Raven and the Box of Daylight.
Debt limit talks in standstill as Republicans, White House face ‘real differences’
House Speaker Kevin McCarthy said it’s time to “pause” negotiations…
City receives nearly 400 residential property assessment appeals
The Board of Equalization began hearing cases Thursday.
Alaska Science Forum: When river breakup came to Eagle
the Yukon River’s solid sheets were breaking into smaller pieces.
STEAM comes to Sayeik: Gastineau Community School
District’s first time hosting during school hours for more student involvement.
Police calls for Friday, May 19, 2023
This report contains information from law enforcement and public safety agencies.
Unusual House coalition OKs budget to end special session on first day
10 members of Republican-led majority join minority after $34M in targeted capital projects added
CCFR responds to two fires in same week
No injuries reported in either incident.
Vote-by-mail elections now permanent in Juneau
Assembly voted for the change despite some public pushback.
Assembly votes to lower property tax rate
The approved 10.16 mill rate means that for every $1,000 in property value there is a tax of $10.16.
Zip line tours to restart at Eaglecrest in late June
It remained out of commission for the past three years.
Digital divide: Jill Biden visit touts efforts to connect Alaska Native villages to outside world
Jill Biden visited Bethel on a stopover to Japan to highlight internet-access progress.
Special session set to begin today after Legislature adjourns without budget
House refuses to consider Senate spending bill sent over hours before adjournment deadline