More ships than ever are operating in the Bering Strait and off the north coast of Alaska, but many of the nautical charts for the region haven’t been updated in more than a century.
Mary Buyarski’s pickling recipe calls for as much garlic as you want.
the Juneau utility says a hydro project will be off line for two days this month but no service disruptions are expected.
The Alaska Department of Labor says senior citizens will make up 17 percent of the state’s population by the year 2030. But in 1980, seniors comprised just 3 percent.
Opponents of Ballot Measure 2 are using their sizable financial advantage to flood the airwaves. Backers of the citizen’s initiative say they’re not trying to compete with the full on media blitz, but believe their support in coastal communities will help them prevail.
Juneau’s not the only Alaska community with a park vandalism problem. Kodiak Police say an arson fire damaged the ice rink cover at Baranof Park early Wednesday morning.
The candidate filing period for Juneau Assembly and Board of Education opens Friday.
The Juneau Rotary Club is building a greenhouse at Lemon Creek Correctional Center. The project was chosen by the Juneau rotary club as a way for volunteers to give back to the community.
Officials in the Matanuska-Susitna Borough are trying to figure out what to do with their $80 million ferry.
James Albert Olivit was arraigned, entered a guilty plea, and sentenced on Monday in U.S. District Court.