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Enroll Alaska to suspend enrollments until Healthcare.gov glitch is fixed

Enroll Alaska to suspend enrollments until Healthcare.gov glitch is fixedThe federal website is calculating subsidies incorrectly for Alaskans on the eve of open enrollment.

Mine critics target investors, government officials

Mine critics target investors, government officialsTransboundary mine critics are trying a new tactic in their opposition to the KSM mine. They’re telling investors it's a bad place to put their money.

Juneau Symphony to perform with candidate conductor Troy Quinn

Juneau Symphony to perform with candidate conductor Troy QuinnTroy Quinn, 31, is already the music director of the Portsmouth Institute Orchestra in Rhode Island, which he founded.

Legislature OKs more money for Capitol renovation

Legislature OKs more money for Capitol renovationWork under an existing $6.5 million contract on the west wing of the building is wrapping now.

It’s back to barging for Chieftain Metals’ Tulsequah project

It’s back to barging for Chieftain Metals’ Tulsequah projectThe company that’s trying to reopen the Tulsequah Chief Mine has apparently abandoned plans to build a road to the mine site

Mendenhall Valley air emergency, wood burning ban in effect

Mendenhall Valley air emergency, wood burning ban in effectThe state’s threshold for unsafe air begins at 35 micrograms of fine particulate matter per cubic meter. Tuesday night, it peaked near 80 micrograms.

New Bartlett Regional Hospital CFO starts next week

New Bartlett Regional Hospital CFO starts next weekAlan Ulrich comes to Juneau from Guam where he was CFO for Guam Memorial Hospital Authority.

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.