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New pick currently works for the Alaska Department of Environmental Conservation.
At least we’re not Chicago.
Assembly grapples with future of tourism capacity in Juneau, approves waterfront development project
Two voted in dissent of the project.
‘It’s unnerving,’ says superintendent.
KAKE — Authorities say a man died in a home that burned down in Kake. KINY News of the North in Juneau reports that a… Continue reading
The two sides are still navigating their differences.
Business will continue as usual.
It’s a Christian-based center.
“This was a wakeup call for a lot of us.”
Before there’s a park, there’s a plan.
Sitka festival receives grant, Poetry Out Loud dates announced, Rasmuson Foundation accepting applications
Arts and culture news briefs for the week of Jan. 23, 2019.
The case has dragged on for years.
Two communitywide events are being held Monday in Juneau in observation of Martin Luther King Jr. Day. At 1 p.m., the Juneau Black Awareness Association… Continue reading
The funny, the creative, the references.
The red dresses were a symbol.
Events are planned in Juneau.
Land some thought was protected now actually is.
The judge’s ruling is up to interpretation.
Rallying in the capital city.