Begich singled out public school funding and constitutional amendment for state support of private or religious schools
After 47 years of operation, downtown Juneau facility closing to make way for SLAM
Newest legislator for House District 32 can now attend committee hearings, vote on bills
Eaglecrest Ski Area managers are ecstatic about the latest snowfall
DOT’s trailer tow plow to save operating costs and free up a snow plow truck for other Juneau roads
The city of Ketchikan plans to add chloramines to its drinking water but some residents are not welcoming the change.
January was the warmest and wettest on record in Juneau. While many people enjoyed the mild weather, some plants and insects were jolted out of hibernation.
Dr. Maynard Miller, who passed away this month, also ascended Mt. Bertha and Mt. St. Elias
USDA works in partnership with communities and the state of Alaska.
The winners will receive up to $40,000 in seed money for consulting services to help execute their business plans.