Are you an air taxi pilot or commuter operator? The National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health wants to hear from you.
Congress is preparing a six-month stop gap funding bill. It should keep the government afloat until the end of March, and avoid any potential for a government shutdown before the election.
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The Juneau Assembly wants a say on the speed limit in the Auke Bay corridor.
More than 800 military vets attended the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs first ever “Stand Down” in Southeast Alaska last week.
Some Juneau homeowners are seeing a huge spike in their fire insurance rates based on new industry estimates for how long it takes firefighters to respond to their homes.
“Stand Down” events are designed to provide services to veterans, especially homeless vets and vets in need. The Juneau event will feature information about VA services, as well as thirteen local nonprofits and Native groups.
The Alaska Marine Highway has a new logo. The blue-and-white “retro” image includes a ferry surrounded by a circle with the system’s name, plus an orange anniversary banner.
Labor was celebrated in Juneau on Monday at the annual Central Labor Council picnic at Sandy Beach.