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The 12 totem poles line the waterfront of downtown Juneau.
Here’s what to expect the second week of the season.
Annual citywide cleanup held.
People who spoke in opposition outnumbered those who spoke in support by three to one
Delegates voted unanimously for it on the last day of Tribal Assembly.
On the final day of the 88th annual Central Council of the Tlingit and Haida Indian Tribes of Alaska Tribal Assembly, delegates reelected Aurora Lehr… Continue reading
Long-term sustainable housing, and more also discussed on second day.
Minor exterior construction expected throughout summer.
An additional $2.5M is pending.
Growth of Tlingit Haida’s community programs and political influence highlighted on first day
‘Fear not, drop your lawsuit’: Tribal Assembly keynote speaker talks resiliency of Tlingit and Haida, addresses state’s land trust lawsuit
Assembly keynote speaker talks resiliency of Tlingit Haida, addresses state’s land trust lawsuit
The woman was found Friday near Haller Street and the Kenai Spur Highway in Kenai
The athlete’s traveled to Alberta, Canada in February to represent Juneau on Team Alaska.
Application period now open for nonprofit beneficiaries.
Emphasis on enhanced digital content; print production moving to Washington state
Historical photos hang in the building that once housed the famous Winter and Pond photo studio.
The nonprofit air medical service will continue to service Southeast Alaska, officials say.
CBJ Treasurer Angie Flick to begin job on Monday, overlapping with departing Jeff Rogers
Two recent fatal incidents, illegal burns prompt reminders from local fire officials
The ski area waves goodbye to the 2022-2023 winter season.