The VA’s assistant secretary for Public and Intergovernmental Affairs visited Alaska recently to look at what challenges rural veterans face in getting benefits, but it turns out that just finding them can be a challenge.
The Senate is out for the week. But it will return to a full slate.
Small American flags and flowers decorate Juneau grave sites as families and friends observe Memorial Day at two locations in Juneau.
In Alaska, there are over a hundred bridges that fall into that obsolete category.
Memorial Day observances will start at 11 a.m. at Evergreen Cemetery in downtown Juneau and at the Alaska Memorial Park on Riverside Drive in Mendenhall Valley.
The Juneau Planning Commission could reconsider rejecting of a conditional use permit for a new boat launch and parking area
Acting Juneau International Airport Manager Patty deLaBruere will step into the top spot next month.
The Airport Board selection committee is recommending the board offer … more
Naval architects working on the new shuttle ferry recommend against uncovered car decks. Officials earlier said a partially open deck could save money.
House Bill 1964 would force the federal government to scrap its current management plan and environmental assessments for new ones. And it would require the federal government to hold annual lease sales in NPR-A.
The Juneau Assembly has balanced next year’s budget through cuts and a slight property tax increase – though the total mill rate stays the same.