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Juneau Assembly boots two incumbents from Planning Commission

Juneau Assembly boots two incumbents from Planning Commission

Jerry Medina served two years on the commission. Nathan Bishop served one three-year term. Both applied for new terms.

Alaskan Brewing Co. reacts to ‘Wastebook’ listing

Alaskan Brewing Co. reacts to ‘Wastebook’ listing

An Oklahoma senator called a $450,000 grant to Alaskan Brewing Co. wasteful. The company is taking it in stride.

Throwdown: Contest generates organic buzz and good will

Throwdown: Contest generates organic buzz and good will

Voting in Ski Town Throwdown ends at 4 p.m., Alaska time.

Study: Selective logging may help mitigate climate change

Study: Selective logging may help mitigate climate change

Dartmouth College research places economic value on timber through wood prices, carbon, and albedo from winter snow

Heritage Coffee brews up a new location inside Foodland IGA

Heritage Coffee brews up a new location inside Foodland IGA

Heritage Coffee Roasting Co. will lease space from Foodland IGA. The café will have its own seating and replace Foodland’s coffee kiosk.

Only two days left in Ski Town Throwdown

Only two days left in Ski Town Throwdown

Don’t forget to vote in Powder Magazine’s Ski Town Throwdown between Eaglecrest and Crested Butte.

Juneau Assembly declines request to reconsider cruise ship dock permit

Juneau Assembly declines request to reconsider cruise ship dock permit

The Alaska Commercial Fishermen’s Memorial asked the Assembly to reconsider the decision last month.

Consultant predicts rate increase for CBJ water & sewer

Consultant predicts rate increase for CBJ water & sewer

Juneau’s water and sewer system will need a $72 million upgrade over the next decade.

New reality show filmed in Juneau

New reality show filmed in Juneau

“Right now Alaska is really hot property in terms of the non-fiction television,” David Worrell says. “People are endlessly fascinated about Alaska and Alaskans, and the works we do, the jobs we have.”

Juneau Assembly committee looks to simplify labor agreement resolution

Juneau Assembly committee looks to simplify labor agreement resolution

A draft resolution was described as too wordy and overly complex by members of the Assembly Public Works and Facilities Committee on Monday.