City attorney John Hartle received a standing ovation in assembly chambers last night for his 20 years of service to the municipality of Juneau. CBJ assembly presented Hartle an Award of Appreciation.
The latest redistricting maps propose new political boundaries for much of Southeast Alaska. Some answer community concerns. But the final result is not going to make everyone happy.
Thousands of people attended Juneau’s 23rd Annual Gold Rush Days at Savikko Park in Douglas, including some of the best logging competitors in Southeast, Alaska.
Remember the Southeast Alaska Native paddlers who lost their canoes on a recent journey through Southeast? Some of the lost paddles had a homecoming of sorts a few weeks ago in Yakutat.
Juneau’s unemployment rate remains one of the lowest in the state, thanks to the summer tourism and construction season.
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Juneau’s Main Street has opened to traffic on a smooth new asphalt surface that one driver described as “beautifully done.”
U.S. Sen. Lisa Murkowski is being applauded by some in her home state for her new-found support for gay marriage.
(Updated) Glacier Bay Lodge may shut down after this season. Glacier Bay National Park and Preserve put out a prospectus for concession services in January but received no bids by the March 26 deadline. Closing Glacier Bay Lodge could have rippling effects on the economy of Gustavus.
State ferry service between Juneau and Gustavus is in its third season. While most Gustavus residents are happy with the additional transportation option provided by the Alaska Marine Highway System, others aren’t sure the change is good for the small community.
With only two decision days left for the Supreme Court, rulings that could impact same sex marriage could come as early as tomorrow.