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Local voter turnout up 10 points

Local voter turnout up 10 pointsVoters cast 2,500 more ballots in Juneau’s municipal election this year than in 2013.

Gladziszewski, Yorba led municipal election spending

Gladziszewski, Yorba led municipal election spendingThe three candidates for Areawide Assembly spent a total of more than $20,000 on their race.

Juneau considers upping tobacco taxes

A Juneau Assembly committee has forwarded the idea of an increased tax on tobacco products to the finance committee for further consideration.

White, Gladziszewski win Assembly seats

White, Gladziszewski win Assembly seatsJuneau voters sent two newcomers to the Assembly, re-elected an incumbent, and gave the Assembly authority to delegate management of city pools.

Holst, O’Brien win school board seats

Holst, O’Brien win school board seatsHolst won with more than 3,600 votes and is new to the board. O’Brien returns to the board with more than 2,500 votes.

Juneau voters head to the polls today

Juneau voters head to the polls todayIt’s municipal Election Day, and Juneau voters head to the polls from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m.

SE ballots cover taxes, repairs and construction

SE ballots cover taxes, repairs and constructionSome Southeast Alaska voters will consider how to raise revenue and spend it on Tuesday's municipal elections.

Bus riders suffer minor injuries after collision

Bus riders suffer minor injuries after collisionThe accident occurred near Glacier Highway and Alaway Avenue just after 10 p.m. Saturday

Should management of Juneau swimming pools change hands?

Should management of Juneau swimming pools change hands?Juneau voters next week will voice their opinions on whether an empowered board should run city swimming pools.

Tobacco tax before Petersburg voters

Tobacco tax before Petersburg votersA pack of smokes will cost another two bucks if a ballot measure passes in Petersburg.