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Juneau School Board picks Phyllis Carlson as new president

Juneau School Board picks Phyllis Carlson as new presidentAndi Story will be vice president and Lisa Worl will be clerk.

The end of the Juneau School District budget committee?

The end of the Juneau School District budget committee?The school board started work Tuesday on a plan for putting together the district's next budget.

Assembly says no to adding official prayer

Assembly says no to adding official prayerThe Ketchikan Gateway Borough Assembly rejected an ordinance Monday that would have added prayer to the regular meeting agenda.

Smith: “Get more comfortable with the word no”

Smith: “Get more comfortable with the word no”Outgoing Juneau Assemblyman Carlton Smith predicts uncertain financial times

Superintendent: Do away with advisory budget committee

Superintendent: Do away with advisory budget committee"The board was clear that the committee process that they used the last couple of years was not getting the results that they were looking for," Mark Miller says.

Juneau Assembly to be majority female for first time

Juneau Assembly to be majority female for first timeMaria Gladziszewski and Debbie White to be sworn in to the Assembly tonight

New report quantifies demand for assisted living in Juneau

New report quantifies demand for assisted living in JuneauAn aging population means demand is increasing for assisted living in Juneau

Haven House gets permit to operate on Malissa Drive

Haven House gets permit to operate on Malissa DriveThe permit for the transitional housing facility for former female inmates may be appealed to Juneau Assembly and Superior Court.

Shed valued at $150,000 burns down out the road

Firefighters' response was limited because the fire occurred outside the Juneau fire protection area.

Southeast cities hot and cold on ballot measures

Southeast cities hot and cold on ballot measuresSoutheast Alaska voters shot down some tax changes and construction projects during the Oct. 7 municipal elections.