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Sitka to sell several properties to Silver Bay Seafoods

Sitka to sell several properties to Silver Bay SeafoodsSitka will sell off a significant portion of its land at the Gary Paxton Industrial Park.

Task force offers plan to entice more federal research jobs to Juneau

Task force offers plan to entice more federal research jobs to JuneauAbout 75 percent of the Alaska Fisheries Science Center’s nearly 340 employees are based in Seattle and other parts of the Pacific Northwest.

Juneau Assembly, legislative delegation discuss budget issues

Juneau Assembly, legislative delegation discuss budget issuesThe Juneau Assembly met with the city’s legislative delegation, as well as its state and federal lobbyists over breakfast Wednesday.

Marijuana Town Hall: Sitkans offer ideas on cafes, kids

Marijuana Town Hall: Sitkans offer ideas on cafes, kidsThe City of Sitka wants to have some regulations in place by the time the public use of marijuana becomes legal in Alaska on February 24.

Juneau Assembly commits to Housing First project

Juneau Assembly commits to Housing First projectThe Juneau Assembly has officially committed $1.5 million to a Housing First project aimed at helping the chronically homeless.

Pot moratorium signals local zoning in October

Pot moratorium signals local zoning in OctoberAspiring pot entrepreneurs in Juneau can tentatively expect to have local zoning and land use rules that address legal operations in October.

Juneau Assembly considers moratorium on legal pot shops

Juneau Assembly considers moratorium on legal pot shopsThe Juneau Assembly on Monday will consider two measures restricting -- at least temporarily -- legal marijuana in the capital city.

Juneau seniors speak out against losing sales tax break

Juneau seniors speak out against losing sales tax breakMuch of the testimony Thursday night came from seniors frustrated with city spending.

Sitka hospital cuts ties with former CEO, moves toward transition

Sitka hospital cuts ties with former CEO, moves toward transitionFormer CEO Jeff Comer will not be receiving anything more than his paycheck for his work through last Friday.

Legacy of bar break violence haunting downtown Anchorage business development

Legacy of bar break violence haunting downtown Anchorage business developmentThe last few months have seen shootings, fights, and even a massive unsanctioned street dance party that was cleared by police officers in riot gear last November.