A hearing officer finds “substantial evidence” supporting a Planning Commission decision to allow a rock crusher to operate at a Montana Creek Road gravel pit. Meanwhile, an agreement has been reached to dismiss another appeal of a Planning Commission decision allowing the owners of an office complex to build a second driveway.
An administrative law judge wants to review an agreement that allows Arrow Refuse to include container rental fees in the overall rate for garbage pickup in Juneau.
The Occupational Safety and Health Administration has wrapped up their investigation into the accident.
Sealaska shareholders will soon get their largest end-of-year dividend in three years. But it’s mostly due to the success of another regional Native corporation.
Sealaska, Southeast’s regional Native corporation, is testing wood-powered generators at a Hoonah mill. If they work, they could be used to reduce energy costs in other small Southeast cities.
A beer brewed by Alaskan Brewing Company in Juneau won a silver medal at last weekend’s Great American Beer Festival in Denver.
About 500 people are in Anchorage this week for the Alaska Travel Industry Association’s convention and trade show.
A China-based engineering company and its Canadian subsidiary will acquire 30 percent of the Tulsequah Chief Mine in British Columbia at the headwaters of the Taku River.
A report that could change the way cruise ships handle wastewater is nearly done. A state science advisory panel met last week (Sept. 19-21) in Juneau and shared some of its work with the public.
Store owner, basketball talent passes due to complications related to cancer.