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Tulsequah mine study outlines Taku River barging

Tulsequah mine study outlines Taku River bargingChieftain Metals Corp. is trying to reopen the long closed Tulsequah Chief Mine.

Traffic now crossing Brotherhood Bridge replacement

Traffic now crossing Brotherhood Bridge replacementHalf of new four-lane crossing of Mendenhall River is completed.

Juneau Assembly delays changes to Capital Transit bus plan

Juneau Assembly delays changes to Capital Transit bus planThe vast majority of the roughly 160 public comments received on proposed bus changes were negative.

New Hoonah dock could boost tourism numbers

New Hoonah dock could boost tourism numbersHoonah’s Icy Strait Point tourist attraction could see more visitors once a new cruise ship dock is built.

State files for Juneau Access construction permit

State files for Juneau Access construction permitPermit would be for proposed construction in wetlands, tidal areas along Lynn Canal

Capital Transit meeting at UAS draws criticism, concern for disabled

Capital Transit meeting at UAS draws criticism, concern for disabledOf the 80 people who showed up at the public meeting, only one person spoke favorably about proposed changes to the bus plan.

Update: First big snow of season expected in Southeast Alaska

Update: First big snow of season expected in Southeast AlaskaThe National Weather Service called off the winter storm warning for Juneau and northern Southeast Alaska on Sunday at 7 p.m.

Public meetings on Juneau’s proposed Capital Transit plan start Monday

Public meetings on Juneau’s proposed Capital Transit plan start Monday"It’s really about, do we implement these plans or do we keep the system that we’ve got?" says Kirk Duncan.

Ferry Taku out of service for repairs Dec. 8-15

Ferry Taku out of service for repairs Dec. 8-15The Alaska Marine Highway ferry Taku will go into drydock for repairs the second week of December.

Air taxi suffers landing gear failure at Juneau airport

There were no injuries to the pilot or two passengers aboard Alaska Seaplanes' Piper PA-31.