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Pot moratorium signals local zoning in October

Pot moratorium signals local zoning in October

Aspiring pot entrepreneurs in Juneau can tentatively expect to have local zoning and land use rules that address legal operations in October.
Pick. Click. Give. donations up, number of donors taper

Pick. Click. Give. donations up, number of donors taper

This year, program officials have brought back the Double Your Dividend sweepstakes to attract donors, and organizations will be charged a new 7 percent administrative…

The Triangle’s end-of-year tradition marries politics and verse

The Triangle’s end-of-year tradition marries politics and verse

Longtime bartender Jewels Barmoy reads the Triangle Club’s 2014 end-of-year poem.…

Assembly committee: Scale back senior sales tax exemption

Assembly committee: Scale back senior sales tax exemption

A package of sales tax recommendations that could take a big bite out of the city's anticipated budget deficit is headed for public hearing.…

Gov. Walker warns of ‘lean times’ at inauguration

Gov. Walker warns of ‘lean times’ at inauguration

"We’re heading into some lean times," Walker said. "There is no reason we cannot turn that around."…

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Governor appoints 3 locals to state boards

Governor appoints 3 locals to state boards

Cathie Roemmich, the recently retired CEO of the Juneau Chamber of Commerce, was reappointed to the Marine Transportation…

New Goldbelt CEO is CIA, Homeland Security veteran

Robert Irwin of Virginia has decades of experience in the federal government and officially begins work at the…

Hundreds expected at Walker-Mallott inauguration Monday

Hundreds expected at Walker-Mallott inauguration Monday

The Walker-Mallott inauguration ceremony begins at 11:30 a.m. Monday at Centennial Hall.…

JPD: 2 arrests after man robbed, kicked in the face

The Juneau Police Department reports it arrested two men early Thursday on Mall Road after a robbery and…

Legislature OKs more money for Capitol renovation

Legislature OKs more money for Capitol renovation

Work under an existing $6.5 million contract on the west wing of the building is wrapping now.…

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