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U.S.-Canada summit leads to renewed calls for transboundary mining cleanups
Indigenous leaders — including Rep. Peltola, U.S. and Canadian tribes — seek joint oversight of areas
Change by degrees: Dunleavy nixes college requirement for most jobs
Dunleavy nixes college requirement for most jobs; some say it fails to fix real workforce problems.
State employees sound the horns on food stamp crisis during rally
Staff and union leaders hope food stamp crisis gets lawmakers to remedy workforce issues, threats.
Could it be easy being — and making — green?
State, Alaska Native corporations among those who see carbon market potential, but questions remain.
‘A victory for all of us’: Juneau woman recognized among Resilient Alaskans for her advocacy
Katie Botz’s presence — and brief absence — as a victims advocate led to a big win and governor’s honor.
Random bits of weirdness from a weekend at the Trump rally in Anchorage
A yuge collection.
Senate president says he won’t run again
“Honor and a privilege.”
‘Work, actual work’ is underway in the state Senate
It may take a special session.
Murkowski makes candidacy official
‘A feud from outside.’
Hitting the road: Redistricting maps to be shown in local hearings
Opinion: Fisheries management is the answer to the PFD battle
Maybe the answer is fish.
Missing, murdered, forgotten: Women’s March holds up indigenous women
The red dresses were a symbol.
Writers’ Weir: Chickadee Politics
Suspended by rope from the eaves the feeder hangs between me and the morning sun. Shadows dance across my newspaper as three chickadees, dart between… Continue reading
Opinion: In the new year, instead of raking leaves, let’s turn one over
It becomes easier to play the victim card than try to understand another’s viewpoint.
‘Protect Mueller’ protest breaks out in Juneau
In a way, the protest was a year in the works.
In debate, Rep. Young likens migrant caravan to invasion
Immigration was one of the hot-button issues in Friday night’s debate with independent Alyse Galvin.
Tabachnick, Weldon leading municipal candidates in fundraising
Two mayoral candidates are well ahead of the pack in terms of money raised among municipal candidates.
Alaska agrees to allow small political signs while lawsuit proceeds
The Alaska Department of Transportation and the state chapter of the American Civil Liberties Union appear to have reached partial agreement on the issue of campaign signs along state roads.
Opinion: We have ourselves to blame for Trump’s rise
I was making breakfast and packing my kid’s lunch the other day, listening to the news on public radio, and I was surprised to hear… Continue reading
Labor Day picnic gives attendees chance to meet candidates
Nadine Lefebvre, the president of the Juneau Central Labor Council, AFL-CIO, prepared to read the winning raffle numbers at Monday’s annual Labor Day picnic. Before… Continue reading