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Greens Creek receives final tailings expansion permit

Greens Creek receives final tailings expansion permitThe U.S. Army Corps of Engineers has finalized a wastewater and tailings disposal permit for the Greens Creek Mine near Juneau.

Juneau welcomes new governor at holiday open house

Juneau welcomes new governor at holiday open houseGov. Bill Walker, Lt. Gov. Byron Mallott and their families greeted Juneau residents at the Governor's Mansion Tuesday for the annual holiday open house.

Juneau Assembly delays changes to Capital Transit bus plan

Juneau Assembly delays changes to Capital Transit bus planThe vast majority of the roughly 160 public comments received on proposed bus changes were negative.

Sitka-based cruise line hires new CEO

Sitka-based cruise line hires new CEOFormer Sealaska executive Russell Dick is the new CEO of Alaskan Dream Cruises.

Porcupine Lodge opening may be delayed

Porcupine Lodge opening may be delayedContractors are still working on the new Porcupine Lodge at Juneau's Eaglecrest Ski Area

Mendenhall Glacier Visitor Center may increase fees starting in 2016

Mendenhall Glacier Visitor Center may increase fees starting in 2016The U.S. Forest Service is proposing a new fee for some trails near the Mendenhall Glacier.

State attorney killed in Barrow

State attorney killed in BarrowA state attorney was shot and killed in Barrow last night.

City taking steps to take Gastineau Apartments by eminent domain

City taking steps to take Gastineau Apartments by eminent domainIf the city seizes the vacant apartments, it would look to convert them into affordable housing.

New Hoonah dock could boost tourism numbers

New Hoonah dock could boost tourism numbersHoonah’s Icy Strait Point tourist attraction could see more visitors once a new cruise ship dock is built.

St. Vincent de Paul to build 41 affordable housing units for seniors

St. Vincent de Paul to build 41 affordable housing units for seniorsGeneral manager Dan Austin has been working on the project for 10 years. He hopes to break ground next summer