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Change is in the wings for the airport gift shop
Hummingbird Hollow Gifts’ contract expires in September, request for proposals is open.
NWS: Snow followed by heavy rain on the way
Roughly 2-5 inches of snow predicted.
Report: Juneau’s greenhouse gas emissions down from 2010 to 2021
While dubbed good news, it concludes a trend cannot be definitively established.
City prepares for dog doo doom of the spring thaw
CBJ spends $10,000 on dog poop bags each year but the problem still persists, officials say
Tlingit and Haida purchases downtown Driftwood Lodge
The building is located near Elizabeth Peratrovich Hall and Foodland IGA.
Crimson Bears crowned Region V champs
State to be held March 22-25 in Anchorage.
Haines girls earn state berth over Craig
Lady Glacier Bears defeat Lady Panthers for second Southeast seed.
Update: Saturday schedule shifts
A schedule and brackets for the upcoming tournament.
Q&A: Get to know the next UAS chancellor
Incoming chancellor talks workforce development, fiscal sustainability and student access
TMHS beats JDHS in close region match
JDHS plays Ketchikan Friday at 11:30 a.m.
City considers short-term rental registration requirement
New survey shows difficulty in assessing accurate data on short-term rental stock.
Ketchikan prevails against host team TMHS
The Kings will next play top-seeded JDHS.
Unique downtown Juneau antique store to close following owner’s death
Family expressed gratitude for community support of Nana’s Attic
Families remember climbers five years after presumed deaths
Legacies of Ryan Johnson and Marc-Andre Leclerc continue.
City OKs another step toward proposed Pioneer Road e-bike tours
The company seeks to provide tours three times per day, six days a week during the summer months
Property assessment hike has some owners alarmed
City reports average increase to be around 16%, however some residents report an over 40% increase.
Regions ready to rumble at Thunder Mountain High School
Tourney tips off this week.
2A Schools will fill gym at Region V Tournament
Top teams and players are among the state’s best.
‘It’s a part of who I am’
Artist uses the endangered art of marine mammal gut to explore the truth of Alaska Native history
Don’t snooze on the luge: Juneau resident hopes to share his love of luging with the community
It’s a luge deal.