An economic study indicates Celebration 2012 brought $2 million in economic benefits to Juneau.
Two former employees of the Alaska Coastal Management Program debated in front of a packed house at the Juneau Chamber of Commerce today (Thursday). At issue – a measure on the August primary ballot that would re-establish the federally funded program, which gives the state oversight of permitting activities along its coastline.
William Comer of Kansas City, Kansas took himself out of the running on the eve of the final assessment center interview process, citing personal reasons. He declined to be more specific.
Master gardener Ed Buyarski provides some tips for growing vegetables and plants in containers.… more
Drilling is expected to begin Saturday on the Herbert Glacier Gold prospect near Juneau.
Three workers from Juneau’s Greens Creek Mine were among the emergency responders to the Pogo Mine in the Interior Tuesday, after an early morning underground fire forced the evacuation of 34 workers at the facility near Delta Junction.
The board of directors for Juneau’s city-owned hospital conducted a nearly six-month search, before settling on three finalists. Over the next three days they’ll be asked to perform various “real-life” exercises, and meet with community leaders and hospital staff.
The City and Borough of Juneau will continue to lease Cathedral Park from the city’s downtown Catholic parish for at least another year.
Bright yellow NO PARKING signs are popping up on downtown Juneau streets – it’s street sweeping time.
A drinking water supply plan for Juneau will come up for a public hearing before the Assembly later this summer.