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6,500-mile northward extension of state’s marine highway announced during trip with Murkowski
Save Juneau to support Assembly candidates “who are most likely to give taxpayers some relief.”
No bids to host winter warming shelter could leave more than 70 people without a place to sleep.
The 50K, 25K and 10K races were a success despite weather, race director says.
District welcomes a new superintendent, principals and early release policy for elementary students.
Head coach optimistic for the season despite major turnover.
Aparna Palmer shared her goals with the Greater Juneau Chamber of Commerce.
It will remain suspended unless new leads are discovered, trooper says.
The funding was awarded under the Native American Graves Protection and Repatriation Act.
Nearly three-acre Huna Totem Aak’w Landing Project approved by planning commission.
Fatal fall in 2021 the result of company’s breach of duty, lawsuit states.
This visit is a part of a three-day tour of Alaska communities and infrastructure.
Assembly move forward in committee to extend the program, increase grant amount.
Assembly votes in special meeting to OK resolution requesting state action.
A quick change of course meant a successful and safe race Sunday morning, officials say.
Salvage efforts are underway Sunday as water rapidly recedes.
The plan follows resignations of Bartlett Regional Hospital’s CEO and CFO announced this week.
However, overall incidents in the capital city have been minimal, officials say.
Public Works and Engineering’s Katie Koester will take over the role from outgoing Rorie Watt.
The departure of David Keith and Sam Muse comes in wake of alleged behavioral health care crisis.