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Firefighters stretched while responding to Lemon Creek emergencies

Firefighters stretched while responding to Lemon Creek emergencies

CBJ asking Legislature to fund design of new fire station

Judge rules for Petersburg in boundary dispute

Judge rules for Petersburg in boundary dispute

Local Boundary Commission already considered Juneau issues during review of Petersburg Borough’s petition

Begich: Public dollars are for public education

Begich: Public dollars are for public education

Begich singled out public school funding and constitutional amendment for state support of private or religious schools

Juneau Assembly OKs cell tower moratorium

Juneau Assembly OKs cell tower moratorium

The assembly also accepted two emotional appeals last night on a dangerous dog designation and the “field of fireweed.”

Juneau home building forum today

Juneau home building forum today

The city is holding a housing forum Monday for developers, contractors, homeowners and real estate agents.

Alaska Supreme Court settles value of TAPS

Alaska Supreme Court settles value of TAPS

Decision settles value of TAPS for 2006 tax year

Wild Oven to close retail shop

Wild Oven to close retail shop

Artisan bread will be available in local grocery stores and restaurants

Employers struggle with ballooning cost of workers’ comp medical bills

Employers in Alaska pay the highest workers compensation premiums in the country. And most of that cost goes toward medical claims.

Home Depot’s hiring initiative doesn’t mean much to Alaska

Home Depot’s hiring initiative doesn’t mean much to Alaska

Home Depot is hiring, but adding 270 seasonal jobs in Alaska is nothing new.

Preschoolers send valentines to Juneau Assembly

Preschoolers send valentines to Juneau Assembly

Juneau childcare workers are getting paid more and staying in their jobs longer than they were just a few years ago.