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DOT takes steps toward potential Cascade Point ferry terminal facility
It would accommodate the Tazlina and or Hubbard, shorten trips to Haines and Skagway
JDHS wins first conference game in the last second
JDHS and TMHS play again Thursday night.
Chilkat robes come to life in ceremony
The pieces were created by dozens of student weavers over the past two year
Police investigating threat of violence at Fred Meyer
No injuries or use of weapons reported.
90 shorts talks: The work of ‘professional Volunteer’ Mary Lou King
The Southeast Alaska starter kit would look something like this: An Alaska Airlines credit card, a pair of Xtratufs, and a copy of “90 Plus… Continue reading
District selects new directors for teaching and learning support and student services
The new directors will take over their roles in the district in July.
City adopts tourism task force recommendations
Assembly commits to five-ship limit, dock electrification and Seawalk construction.
Lady Falcons fly high in California tournament
TMHS girls now 7-0.
City decides against spending on cruise ship dock planning
Assembly votes down ordinance after more than a dozen public comments against it.
‘It means the world to us’: Matthew Campbell remembered in jersey retirement ceremony
“To have his number retired, it’s a big honor for a hockey player.”
Tournament brims with oratorical talent
On a busy Saturday at Thunder Mountain High School, there was room for debate.
Police: Man arrested after gun fired in residence
No injuries were reported.
Good times keep rolling with Platypus Gaming
Two-day mini-con held at Juneau Public Library.
CCFR honors responders during annual banquet
Capital City Fire/Rescue hosted its 2022 awards banquet earlier this month as a way of recognizing responders for their outstanding work within the Juneau community.… Continue reading
City OKs steps toward proposed Capital Civic Center
Advocacy group to seek state and federal funds for the project.
Rocky road: Basin Road Trestle open to pedestrians, remains closed to vehicles
City officials say repairs are currently being assessed after damaging rockfall
Juneau man indicted on child pornography charges
A Juneau man was indicted Thursday on charges of possessing or accessing child pornography, according to court documents. A Juneau grand jury indicted 27-year-old Joshua… Continue reading
Local leaders, lawmakers and lobbyists discuss political plans for coming year
Morning meeting looks at local impact of state, national political climates.
Police: 1,000 fentanyl pills, 86 grams of meth seized
Juneau man arrested on felony charges.
Big carbon and ‘small nukes’ are state’s future, governor says
Dunleavy sells business leaders on greenhouse gas cash, greenhouses with mini nuclear power plants