The Thunder Mountain Falcons are the Southeast Conference champs in high school football. The Falcons beat the Ketchikan Kings 30 to 12 on Saturday in … more
Juneau’s economy is strong, the town is healthy, and the cost of living remains high.
Not that long ago, the Coast Guard Cutter Sherman was intercepting illegal drugs off the coast of sunny and warm Costa Rica.
An affordable-housing group is looking for ways to reduce the number of chronic inebriates downtown. The Juneau Homeless Coalition met Thursday to begin gathering information and planning for new programs.
The Auke Bay loading facility will be getting a new Sealift.
The Juneau Assembly has repealed a controversial zone change on a small parcel of residential land in the Mendenhall Valley.
The Assembly last month overrode … more
New officers have been named for Coeur d’Alene Mines Corporation, the parent company of the subsidiary that runs the Kensington Mine about 45 miles northwest of Juneau.
The chief executive of the Southeast Alaska Regional Health Consortium, or SEARHC, is stepping down.
Roald Helgesen is leaving SEARHC to become chief exectuive officer … more
Governor Sean Parnell revealed the amount of this year’s Permanent Fund Dividend in Anchorage on Tuesday morning. Cameras clicked away as he held up a … more
Juneau will file a petition with the Local Boundary Commission to annex lands proposed for a Petersburg borough.
The Assembly voted last night (Monday) to … more