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After nearly 30 years, Juneau service agency SAGA on verge of folding

After nearly 30 years, Juneau service agency SAGA on verge of foldingActing board chair Matt Smith says the board is fighting as hard as it can to keep SAGA alive.

Tlingit code talkers honored at Juneau Veterans Day ceremony

Tlingit code talkers honored at Juneau Veterans Day ceremonyMore than 100 people attended a Southeast Alaska Native Veterans ceremony Tuesday, honoring Tlingit code talkers who served during World War II.

Assembly to hear Haven House appeal

Assembly to hear Haven House appealThe Juneau Assembly agreed to hear an appeal that could block the transitional home Haven House from operating.

BC official says mine concerns heard, critics disagree

BC official says mine concerns heard, critics disagreeBritish Columbia officials say they understand why Alaskans are concerned about new mines planned for transboundary rivers. But critics on this side of the border say they’re not doing anything about it.

Update: City considering purchase of condemned Gastineau Apartments

Update: City considering purchase of condemned Gastineau ApartmentsThe Juneau Assembly will discuss behind closed doors at Monday's meeting what’s to become of the Gastineau Apartments building in downtown Juneau. The building has been uninhabitable since it burned in a fire two years ago.

Where Juneau’s lawmakers landed in the new Alaska Legislature organization

Where Juneau’s lawmakers landed in the new Alaska Legislature organizationRepublican Rep. Cathy Muñoz opted not to seek a leadership position in the Alaska House Majority, while Sen. Dennis Egan will caucus with fellow Democrats.

One option to avoid high housing costs in Juneau: Live on a boat

One option to avoid high housing costs in Juneau: Live on a boatOne way to combat the high cost of housing in Juneau is to rent a slip on the docks for a houseboat.

Slideshow: Laura Stamm works with youth hockey players

Slideshow: Laura Stamm works with youth hockey playersThe Juneau Douglas Ice Association brought renowned skating coach Laura Stamm to Juneau for a three-day skating clinic.

Appeals court revives Alaska suit on roadless rule

Appeals court revives Alaska suit on roadless ruleIn a 3-0 decision, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit reversed a federal judge's ruling that Alaska waited too long to file its complaint.

Juneau Police Department opens UAS substation

Juneau Police Department opens UAS substationLt. David Campbell says the substation will serve the campus, as well as the Back Loop Road, Auke Bay and out the road areas.