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The decision was made following a 16-hour search effort covering more than 375 nautical miles.
“I feel really lucky to be so supported by the community.”
Services scheduled to open this fall, interim executive director says.
The project will be designed over the winter, with construction likely beginning in summer of 2024.
Nearly 20 residents gave testimony on the topic, many advocating for more industry input.
The ceremony kicks off celebrations for the grand send-off of a four-year-long global expedition.
“For me it’s about acceptance, respect and understanding where people are in their lives.”
Damages are estimated to be around $10,000 and the owner did not have insurance, officials say.
The 2% increase is to match inflationary costs, city says.
“I’m just getting what’s salvageable out of there.”
Voyage set to circumnavigate 43,000 nautical miles of the Pacific Ocean beginning in Juneau.
City signals support for $27 million initiative, after $35M bond last year fails.
Here’s what to expect this week.
This is the first story in a four-part series spotlighting Pride Month in Juneau.
Management officials emphasize openness to future ideas not included in plan.
The next hearing is set for late June.
Juneau Police Department Officers Don Ward and Jim Esbenshade retire after years of services.
Juneau fisherman says he’s concerned about his livelihood and future of the fishery.
Memorial Day observations in Juneau see hundreds pay tribute to those who serve and persevere
Ben Hohenstatt departs as managing editor after five years, reporter Mark Sabbatini takes over.