Bob Loescher allegedly stole $21,515 from ANB/ANS Grand Camp subsistence rights defense accounts
An early morning fire at the Alaskan Hotel on Saturday caused about $2,500 in damage.
A major commercial fishing organization is pushing for more funding to put seafood on school lunch tables. The United Fishermen of Alaska’s Board of Directors set that as a priority during its recent meeting in Sitka.
A group of sportfishermen and guides have introduced an initiative that would ban commercial set-net operations in the state’s urban areas, including Cook Inlet.
It’s time for the second round of Ski Town Throwdown.
Alaska is not a right-to-work state. But with a Republican dominated legislature and executive branch, it is seen as a state where legislation could pass.
Four Juneau teachers and a community program partner have been recognized by the Alaska Association for Career and Technical Education as 2013 Outstanding Teachers.
“The whole history of the Shrine is just everyday people in Juneau and outside of Juneau who have just loved it,” says Shrine executive director Deirdre Darr.
When it comes to retirement benefits, the state is looking at a $12 billion shortfall. Just how that’s going to be paid off is expected to be a big issue for the Legislature next session.
The Juneau Assembly has approved final changes to the Comprehensive Plan.