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The primary goal of $10 million effort is to address longstanding drainage issues.
Spokesperson calls bill, which passed the Legislature 57-2, “unnecessary bureaucracy.”
Public comments now being accepted on draft report detailing proposed statewide improvements
Native Issues Forum gets emotional for speakers.
As residents of the towns near the proposed Kake Road, we firmly oppose it. The $40 million raised for this “road to nowhere” should instead… Continue reading
Recent funding just scratches surface of needs.
Plans for new Juneau ferry terminal continue too
Spirits, and frustration, are high.
It’s time they fix it.
Long service gaps still to come.
This is the wrong way to define ferry subsidies.
Department of Transportation shares possible plans.
Letters to the Editor.
Big changes are coming to Care-A-Van.
Downtown riders rejoice.
The three primary mayoral candidates talked about the importance of connecting Juneau to the region and the state.
Even though it’s only 14 years old, the fast ferry Fairweather is laying up for the season and its future is uncertain.
For Mark Calvert, a Juneau resident for the past seven years, business couldn’t be better. Last week, Calvert launched what he calls Juneau’s first successful… Continue reading
Frank Murkowski has never lost his railroad dream. Now, he has another chance to make it reality. In March, the former governor and U.S. Senator… Continue reading