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Auke Lake users say enforce current regulations

Auke Lake users say enforce current regulationsJuneau’s laws regulating motorized use of Auke Lake need to be enforced.

Federal appeals court allows railroad extension

Federal appeals court allows railroad extensionA federal appeals court has reversed course and lifted an order halting work on an Alaska Railroad extension project in south-central Alaska.

Parnell issues disaster declaration for Napaskiak

Gov. Sean Parnell has issued a state disaster declaration for the western Alaska village of Napaskiak for damages caused by an October storm that flooded parts of the community.

Former Ketchikan hospital faces demolition

A Ketchikan company could begin demolition work on the community's former hospital building as soon as January.

Eaglecrest’s Porcupine Lift to open Saturday

Eaglecrest’s Porcupine Lift to open Saturday

Skiers and riders enjoy the upper mountain on a beautiful day last year. The ski area still needs more snow before Hooter, Ptarmigan or Black

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Boundary commission postpones Juneau’s annexation petition

The state’s Local Boundary Commission has postponed indefinitely the City and Borough of Juneau’s petition to annex nearly 2,000 square miles south of the Capital … more

Thomas asks for recount

Haines Republican Representative Bill Thomas has asked for a recount.

Thomas is 34 votes behind political newcomer Jonathon Kreiss-Tomkins of Sitka for House District 34.… more

Juneau Afternoon 11/29/12

Juneau Afternoon  11/29/12Andy Kline hosts: We’ll find out about Saturday’s iPad Users’ Group meeting, Holiday Pet photo opportunities, the not-so-silent films showing Saturday at the Gold Town Theatre, Arts Up, That, Writers’ Almanac, music & more

Fishing groups protest expanded observers program

Alaska fishing groups are objecting to a federal program that will put observers on a portion of commercial halibut boats next year.

Itta picked for Arctic Research Commission

A former mayor of the North Slope Borough has been picked to serve on the U.S. Arctic Research Commission.