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Update: Missing hunter lost on Mt. Roberts located alive

Update: Missing hunter lost on Mt. Roberts located aliveA search dog named Brew helped locate missing hunter Kevin Michaud late Monday morning near Last Chance Mining Museum.

As students turn 18, some have real questions for the candidates

As students turn 18, some have real questions for the candidates"I just turned 18, so now I get to vote and I get to put my voice out there," says Chloe Varner.

Gardentalk – Creating your own root cellar

Gardentalk – Creating your own root cellarPlus, garlic planting

Tribes advance self-governance initiative with tax bill

Tribes advance self-governance initiative with tax billA bill that will exempt tribes from taxation on social welfare programs has made its way through Congress and is awaiting the president’s signature.

Art is big business in Southeast Alaska

Art is big business in Southeast AlaskaWhat are the arts worth to Southeast Alaska? A new economic study says at least $60 million a year in business.

Alaska Power & Telephone buys Gustavus Electric Co.

Alaska Power & Telephone buys Gustavus Electric Co.Alaska Power and Telephone has purchased the Gustavus Electric Co. The 30-year-old homespun utility is the life’s work of Gustavus local Dick Levitt and his wife Linda.

DOT puts out new Juneau Access Project document

DOT puts out new Juneau Access Project documentThe Southeast Alaska Conservation Council says it is likely to challenge the new supplemental environmental impact statement.

Municipal candidates speak out at Juneau Votes Forum

Municipal candidates speak out at Juneau Votes ForumQuestions ranged from the city budget to the environment

Walker criticizes Parnell for missing 2009 Obama visit

Walker criticizes Parnell for missing 2009 Obama visitIndependent gubernatorial candidate Bill Walker and running mate Byron Mallott chatted with reporters in Juneau on Friday on Forum@360.

Walker-Mallott “Unity Ticket” faces legal challenge

Walker-Mallott “Unity Ticket” faces legal challengeAn officer of the Alaska Republican Party is suing Lt. Gov. Mead Treadwell and the Division of Elections for the decision to allow independent candidate Bill Walker and Democrat Byron Mallott to merge their campaigns.