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Frank Solivan and Dirty Kitchen nominated for a Grammy

Frank Solivan and Dirty Kitchen nominated for a GrammyFrank Solivan, a musician with roots in Juneau and Alaska, leads a band called Frank Solivan and Dirty Kitchen.

Delta to add year-round competition in Juneau, Fairbanks

Delta to add year-round competition in Juneau, Fairbanks"It’s, quite frankly, a place that needs some competition so we’re ready to step in and be able to provide that," says Delta Vice President Mike Medeiros.

UAS professors examine Charlie Hebdo shootings

UAS professors examine Charlie Hebdo shootingsFour UAS professors unravel complexities of Charlie Hebdo incident in public seminar.

Coast Guard maps out marine traffic lanes to the Arctic

Coast Guard maps out marine traffic lanes to the ArcticNew Arctic Waterways Safety Committee brings together stakeholders on Bering Strait routing and regulation.

Task force offers plan to entice more federal research jobs to Juneau

Task force offers plan to entice more federal research jobs to JuneauAbout 75 percent of the Alaska Fisheries Science Center’s nearly 340 employees are based in Seattle and other parts of the Pacific Northwest.

Walker says Rupert terminal will be rebuilt

Walker says Rupert terminal will be rebuiltGov. Bill Walker says he’ll continue pushing for construction of a new ferry terminal in Prince Rupert, British Columbia.

Alaska leaders call ANWR proposal a ‘war on Alaska’s future’

Alaska leaders call ANWR proposal a ‘war on Alaska’s future’President Obama is proposing the largest ever wilderness designation in the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge, which would forever put the coastal plain off-limits to oil and gas development.

Former Commissioner Marc Luiken appointed DOT chief

Former Commissioner Marc Luiken appointed DOT chiefThere’s a new boss at the state agency overseeing, roads, airports and ferries. Marc Luiken is the commissioner of the Department of Transportation.

Science societies oppose old-growth logging

Science societies oppose old-growth loggingMore scientists have joined a campaign to stop old-growth logging in Southeast Alaska’s Tongass National Forest.

Walker outlines plans for budget cuts

Walker outlines plans for budget cutsWith Alaska facing a multi-billion-dollar budget shortfall, Gov. Bill Walker is proposing 5 percent cuts to agency funding.