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Juneau Assembly passes cell tower ordinance

Juneau Assembly passes cell tower ordinanceIt focuses largely on making cell towers visually unobtrusive by concealing its features and having them blend into their surroundings.

Gajaa Hit totem raising draws close to 500 spectators

Gajaa Hit totem raising draws close to 500 spectatorsClose to 500 community members gathered Monday to celebrate the raising of new Eagle and Raven totem poles at Gajaa Hit.

Parnell, Walker meet at Juneau Chamber of Commerce debate

Parnell, Walker meet at Juneau Chamber of Commerce debateGov. Sean Parnell and candidate Bill Walker both attended a debate Monday afternoon hosted by the Juneau Chamber of Commerce.

Cruise traffic level, but could grow soon

Cruise traffic level, but could grow soonAlaska’s cruise ship season ended last week with a similar number of visitors as in 2013. But the next few years could be different.

Electric vehicle owners power up at Eagle Beach

Electric vehicle owners power up at Eagle BeachLocal businesses and nonprofits raised $50,000 to install a network of electric vehicle charging stations on the Juneau road system

Kiehl joins coalition of parents backing legal weed measure

Kiehl joins coalition of parents backing legal weed measureJuneau Assembly member Jesse Kiehl says legalizing the recreational use of marijuana is a public safety issue

Media outlets criticize Forest Service for film and photography regulations

Media outlets criticize Forest Service for film and photography regulationsAs conservationists celebrate 50 years since the passage of the Wilderness Act, a U.S. Forest Service proposal to make certain wilderness area regulations permanent has brought forth accusations that the agency is infringing on First Amendment rights.

Gardentalk – Repurposing fall leaves

Gardentalk – Repurposing fall leavesUses include composting, insulation, weed cover

For UAS freshmen, lesson on sexual consent comes first

For UAS freshmen, lesson on sexual consent comes first"Consent for holding hands is not consent for a kiss. Consent for sex once is not consent for sex twice," Lori Klein says.

Juneau police officer takes on criminal justice reform

Juneau police officer takes on criminal justice reformJuneau Police Lt. Kris Sell has been appointed by Gov. Sean Parnell to serve on the Alaska Criminal Justice Commission.