Company officials say 72 percent of Kensington employees are Alaskans, while 61 percent live in Southeast. But just a little over half – 53 percent – live in Juneau.
The young miner killed last week in a Kensington mine accident is described as a guy who loved his job, children and hockey. Thirty-year-old Joe … more
Coeur Alaska wants to build more employee housing at the Kensington Gold Mine.
On Tuesday, the Juneau Planning Commission reviews Coeur’s application to modify … more
The tenth anniversary of the September 11th terrorist attacks was remembered in Juneau on Sunday. Vehicles from Capital City Fire and Rescue, including a ladder … more
Louis Menendez is the newest Superior Court Judge for Juneau.
Menendez took the oath on Friday afternoon as administered by Alaska Supreme Court Chief Justice … more
Memorial services for Joe Tagaban have been set for Tuesday at 3 p.m. at the Juneau Christian Center, across from Fred Meyer.
The 30-year-old Juneau … more
A pair of Vancouver-based mining companies in a joint venture to explore the Herbert Glacier area say they’ve found high-grade concentrations of gold.
Assays of … more
In August 2001, Nicole Hallingstad moved from Fairbanks to New York City pretty much on a whim.
“My first choice would have been to move … more
The number of Alaska post offices being studied for possible closure is down to five – and Douglas is still on the list.
The others … more
A preliminary report indicates that rock from an underground blast struck the miner who was killed yesterday (Wednesday) at the Kensington Gold Mine.
The Mine … more