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Forest Service upholds Big Thorne decision

Forest Service upholds Big Thorne decisionThe U.S. Forest Service issued its Final Supplemental Information Report for the Big Thorne Timber Sale this week, upholding its Record of Decision.

Slideshow: Hockey season kicks off with training

Slideshow: Hockey season kicks off with trainingThe Juneau Douglas Ice Association helped kick off another season at Treadwell Ice Arena by bringing back the Rocky Mountain Hockey School last week.

A partnership of language and love

A partnership of language and loveDick Dauenhauer was teaching folklore at Alaska Methodist University in the early 1970s when he met student Nora Marks.

Touring by Tesla

Touring by TeslaGuy Hall is an electric car evangelist. He drove from the California-Mexico border to Fairbanks in a Tesla Model S to spread the word.

Juneau schools mark opening day with higher enrollment

Juneau schools mark opening day with higher enrollmentThe Juneau School District begins the new school year with about 50 more students than projected

In tight race, oil tax referendum behind

In tight race, oil tax referendum behindWith some ballots yet to be counted, a referendum to repeal Gov. Sean Parnell’s signature oil tax law is trailing by nearly 7,000 votes.

Indian Village totem poles come down

Indian Village totem poles come downThe two totem poles that stood for 36 years in Juneau’s old Indian Village have been hauled off.

Richard Dauenhauer dies at 72

Richard Dauenhauer dies at 72Tlingit expert, linguist and award winning writer Richard Dauenhauer passed away Tuesday morning at Bartlett Regional Hospital.

Nine to run for assembly, two for school board

Nine to run for assembly, two for school boardAnother seven Juneau residents filed to run before Monday's 4:30 p.m. deadline

Bus drivers say new Capital Transit plan is flawed

Bus drivers say new Capital Transit plan is flawed"We’re very concerned with trying to add more service and cutting lots of other needed service," said Kirt Stage-Harvey.