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Juneau ranks No. 2 in ongoing poll of travel-worthy capitals

Juneau ranks No. 2 in ongoing poll of travel-worthy capitalsJuneau is one of the 20 most travel-worthy state capitals, according to an ongoing online voting contest by USA Today.

Juneau Skating Club holds annual holiday recital

Juneau Skating Club holds annual holiday recitalThe Juneau Skating Club held it’s annual holiday recital at Treadwell Ice Arena over the weekend.

Canada OKs KSM mine’s environmental plans

Canada OKs KSM mine’s environmental plansA controversial mine near Southeast Alaska’s border won approval from Canada’s federal government on Friday. That worries critics, who say the development could pollute salmon-bearing rivers.

How the Alaska Native Brotherhood changed Alaska history

How the Alaska Native Brotherhood changed Alaska historyThe recently published book explores an often overlooked chapter in Alaska’s story.

Assembly committee: Scale back senior sales tax exemption

Assembly committee: Scale back senior sales tax exemptionA package of sales tax recommendations that could take a big bite out of the city's anticipated budget deficit is headed for public hearing.

Sealaska Heritage Institute begins move into Walter Soboleff Center

Sealaska Heritage Institute begins move into Walter Soboleff CenterCOO Lee Kadinger hopes Sealaska Heritage Institute will be relocated by the end of January. The grand opening of the Walter Soboleff Center is May 15.

Tulsequah mine study outlines Taku River barging

Tulsequah mine study outlines Taku River bargingChieftain Metals Corp. is trying to reopen the long closed Tulsequah Chief Mine.

Coastline search leads to first residents’ camps

Coastline search leads to first residents’ campsUnderstanding the rise and fall of Southeast Alaska's landscape is helping scientists learn more about the area’s early human settlements.

Community hopes to keep much-loved Eagle Valley Center alive

Community hopes to keep much-loved Eagle Valley Center alive"It is just a really special place," says Darren Snyder, UAF Cooperative Extension agent.

Juneau lawmakers hopeful city can weather pared-down state capital budget

Juneau lawmakers hopeful city can weather pared-down state capital budgetThe proposed state capital budget submitted by Gov. Bill Walker on Monday includes just four projects for Juneau.
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