A recent avalanche along the Snettisham hydroelectric transmission line met its match when it hit a 35-foot steel diversion structure, saving the tower it was headed toward.
The state’s Marine Transportation Advisory Board has added its voice to a legislative citation commending the Alaska Marine Highway System.
The Alaska Legislature approved a citation honoring the late Guy “Buddy” Tabor, who died last month in his Juneau home at 63 years old.
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Full House to consider the state operating budget.
The City and Borough of Juneau will contribute nearly $26-million toward school district operations for the next fiscal year, expected to total more than $76 million.
The Alaska Supreme Court has ordered the state Redistricting Board to redraw its proposed map of legislative boundaries.
A second victim of Tuesday’s avalanche that hit a group of six backcountry skiers near Haines has died. Nickolay Dodov was taken off life support in Seattle today. He was 26.
A roadmap for Southeast Alaska energy development is meeting some resistance from the Southeast Conference.
One person is dead after an avalanche struck a party of six skiers outside of Haines Tuesday. The avalanche was reported shortly after 11 a.m. Two of the skiers were apparently buried in the snow.