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The departure of David Keith and Sam Muse comes in wake of alleged behavioral health care crisis.
The business was greeted with a final flood of customers during the Monday lunch hour.
“We are grieved by the reports about sexual abuse by Bradley Reger,” the camp’s parent ministry states.
No environmental impacts reported at this time, spokesperson says
The construction of the non-congregate shelter is expected to be completed in spring 2024.
Brian Holst pulls from race days after submitting, set to step away after nine years.
Ed Mercer gives his final talk to the Chamber days before his departure from department.
Safety concerns cited as reason for potential project.
The meeting next Wednesday invites residents to share their ideas for the downtown land.
Local operators and industry officials create committee to address impacts, potential limits.
The former homeless shelter will be converted into seven affordable housing units
Two incumbents and three new faces file for Assembly, no candidates for school board.
The Alaska Division of Air Quality has issued an advisory in Southeast Alaska.
Four seats for the taking on the Assembly, two open on the school board.
Local leaders share personal stances ahead of decision slated for late July.
Years-long practice of extra funding may be halted across the state; millions on the line in Juneau.
Land for affordable housing appraised by the city at $700K in value, authority to only pay $100K.
The finalized purchase to be negotiated in the coming months, hospital officials say.
The Assembly member announced her departure from her role in late June.
Assembly OKs $27 million bond question for voters this fall.