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Update: U.S. Bank apologizes for banking error that delayed state payroll

Update: U.S. Bank apologizes for banking error that delayed state payrollDirect deposits are to be complete by Tuesday morning

Officials celebrate Juneau seawalk improvements

Officials celebrate Juneau seawalk improvementsThe improvements are part of a long-term city plan to create a continuous, 1.5 mile seawalk downtown.

City commission to spend $75K on Juneau Housing Action Plan

City commission to spend $75K on Juneau Housing Action PlanJuneau’s Affordable Housing Commission plans to hire a consultant to create a housing action plan for the city

Sealaska’s Byron Mallott: ‘It’s a good time for leadership to change to some degree’

Sealaska’s Byron Mallott: ‘It’s a good time for leadership to change to some degree’Democrat Bryon Mallott will leave Sealaska’s board of directors next month to spend more time campaigning for governor.

Mallott leaving Sealaska to focus on campaign

Mallott leaving Sealaska to focus on campaignBryon Mallott will leave Sealaska’s board of directors next month to spend more time campaigning for governor.

Sportsman’s Warehouse to open store in Juneau

Sportsman’s Warehouse to open store in JuneauThe national sporting goods chain plans to open a store in the Nugget Mall

Detroit company takes over food sales at Juneau airport

Detroit company takes over food sales at Juneau airportJacobsen/Daniels Associates started operations at the Airport on Thursday after a short-term contract with Marlintini’s Lounge owner Ethan Billings ended.

Juneau Chamber distances itself from US Chamber’s political ads

The U.S. Chamber has been running television attack ads in Alaska targeting incumbent Democratic Sen. Mark Begich.

City mulls housing development for downtown parking lot

City mulls housing development for downtown parking lotLocal investors in Juneau want to turn a city-owned parking lot on North Franklin Street into a 40-unit apartment complex

Heritage to open new cafe and bakery downtown

Heritage to open new cafe and bakery downtownHeritage Coffee Roasting Company plans to close its two current downtown locations to open a larger café on the corner of Front and Seward. The space, owned by Goldstein Improvement Company, was most recently occupied by Peer Amid Beads.