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Blockbuster shutting down in Juneau

Blockbuster shutting down in Juneau"We are just selling everything, everything that you can think of besides the walls and the floors," says Blockbuster manager Vanessa Early.

Baconfest promises an ‘explosion of flavors’

Baconfest promises an ‘explosion of flavors’Juneau’s Baconfest brings together local culinary talent to manipulate America’s beloved pork product. Bacon-infused ice cream, popcorn and cocktails are a few dishes attendees can taste on Saturday at the annual fundraiser.

After 3 years with no grocery store, Little Green Apple opens in Haines Junction

After 3 years with no grocery store, Little Green Apple opens in Haines JunctionTwo locals opened a store in December, and the crowd that showed up is an indication of how much Haines Junction wanted a local grocery store.

1,000-acre timber sale proposed for Haines State Forest

1,000-acre timber sale proposed for Haines State ForestA proposal for the largest potential timber sale in the Haines State Forest in 20 years is up for public comment until the end of this week.

Pot smoke added to Juneau’s indoor smoking ban

Pot smoke added to Juneau’s indoor smoking banThe Juneau Assembly unanimously voted to amend the city’s indoor public smoking ban to include pot, despite objections from some marijuana advocates.

Juneau hosts Innovation Summit

Juneau hosts Innovation SummitMore than 200 business leaders, researchers and policy-makers gather in Juneau this week for the 2015 Innovation Summit.

Delta to add year-round competition in Juneau, Fairbanks

Delta to add year-round competition in Juneau, Fairbanks"It’s, quite frankly, a place that needs some competition so we’re ready to step in and be able to provide that," says Delta Vice President Mike Medeiros.

Southeast Waffle Company to get gourmet makeover

Southeast Waffle Company to get gourmet makeoverThe business will soon transform into GonZo under new owners Aims and Alex Alf.

Small businesses struggle to comply with health insurance requirement

Small businesses struggle to comply with health insurance requirementStarting this month, businesses in Alaska with more than 100 full time workers have to provide health insurance.

Dahl to lead Juneau Chamber of Commerce

Dahl to lead Juneau Chamber of CommerceNew Juneau Chamber of Commerce Executive Director Craig Dahl is a longtime capital city resident and former president and CEO of Alaska Pacific Bank.