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Effort to buy private ship for Arctic use may bring 190 enlistees, Sen. Sullivan says.
Meanwhile, state and federal protections are lacking, advocates say.
“The Nutcracker” is set to run Friday, Saturday and Sunday.
City talks funding of gondola project and a possible new partnership
Respondents generally report positive impact, but shine light on some challenges.
Residences safely evacuated in two separate blazes.
“We just want to give a big heartfelt thank you to everyone for their support.”
Shopping spirits soar for new and longtime vendors from near and far at 40th Juneau Public Market
Resumption of in-person communal Thanksgiving meal offers many blessings for diners and volunteers
Market’s first return since 2018.
News follows a two-month investigation.
Day steps down from his positions with Tourism Best Management Practices after 25 years
Economic and weather storms a setback, but post-pandemic participation by shoppers promising
Mash the competition
Changes include daily fee for vessels at Statter Harbor that do not move every 10 days amid summer
“Coming from a small community in Alaska like Angoon, I never would have thought that would be there”
Long-term lots expected to be full.
Long may it rain
No turkeys were harmed in the making of this article.
“Win our lose, we’re still proud.”