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Arctic Fibre reveals Alaska broadband plans

Arctic Fibre reveals Alaska broadband plans

In another sign of how climate change is transforming the Arctic, a Toronto-based company is planning to lay a fiber-optic cable through Canada’s Northwest Passage.

Sealaska Heritage Institute plans art auction fundraiser for Soboleff Center

Sealaska Heritage Institute plans art auction fundraiser for Soboleff Center

Sealaska Heritage still needs to raise less than $2.5 million of the $20 million project cost. The facility will be complete in January 2015.

Anchorage’s Channel 2 to be pulled from Juneau and Sitka TV stations

Anchorage’s Channel 2 to be pulled from Juneau and Sitka TV stations

KTUU, Channel 2, will go off the air in Juneau and Sitka on Saturday.

AEL&P warns customers of telephone scam

AEL&P warns customers of telephone scam

Company Spokeswoman Debbie Driscoll says similar telephone scams are targeting utility customers in the Lower 48.

Business visitor satisfaction survey results not surprising

Business visitor satisfaction survey results not surprising

Capital city visitors on state, legislative, and other business complain most about Juneau weather, access, shopping, restaurants, and parking.

Juneau pushes fecal cliff out 3 more months

The City and Borough of Juneau has bought three more months to avert a fecal cliff.

SeaTac Voters OK $15 Minimum Wage; Recount Requested

SeaTac Voters OK $15 Minimum Wage; Recount Requested

Alaska Airlines and some other affected businesses are suing to block the wage, arguing that it conflicts with state and federal laws.

Update: State tells medevac payment program to drop Alaska members

Update: State tells medevac payment program to drop Alaska members

A medevac service popular in Southeast will no longer offer its insurance program in Alaska

From Minecraft to real craft

From Minecraft to real craft

Western Auto Marine’s general manager hopes to sow local interest in 3D printers.

Sitka television pioneer on sidelines of broadcast dispute

Sitka television pioneer on sidelines of broadcast dispute

The man who founded and recently sold the Juneau and Sitka NBC stations is surprised GCI Cable and KTUU are still struggling to reach agreement on KTUU carriage terms.