The state’s Universal Space Standards policy is already under a microscope. An administrative law judge has said the state violated its own procurement code and, as we reported last week, the state’s biggest employee union recently filed a class action grievance over the new space standards.
The Juneau Assembly has adopted new flood maps for the city and borough.
The panel last night approved a resolution updating the compact signed in 1979 that allows CBJ and AJT to act as a single entity for future exploration and development.
Is the North Pacific humpback whale no longer endangered? The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration could decide as early as today whether to pursue taking the whale off the Endangered Species list.
Fishing slowed down for the eighty-five boats that participated in yesterday’s purse seine fishery in the Amalga Harbor special harvest area.
The Alaska State Employees Association has filed a class action grievance over the state’s new Universal Space Standards policy.
The Juneau Airport is conducting an online survey to find out what food, beverage, and retail services Juneau residents want.
The rockfish caught near Sitka last month was not 200 years old, but a different fish caught near Ketchikan was over 100 years old.
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An Anchorage resident, a JDHS high school student, and a novice runner from Juneau were the three fastest in Saturday’s Mt. Robert’s Tram Run.
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The Department of Fish and Game is holding a purse seine opening in the Amalga Harbor special harvest area on July 4th for returning DIPAC chum salmon.