Hoonah’s village Native corporation may build its own cruise-ship dock, bypassing a city effort funded by the Legislature.
The humpback whale that was tangled up in a gillnet near Petersburg earlier this week has made its way to Juneau waters.
No injuries or damage reported yet, and no tsunami expected from Friday morning’s 7.0 magnitude temblor
Apollo Medi Trans, a popular medevac insurance company, has its state license back. But it’s not quite ready to sign up new customers or renew policies.
The state Transportation Department wants feedback on its plan for next summer’s ferry sailings.
The Tlingit-Haida Central Council’s Head Start program serves more than 250 Southeast Alaska preschoolers. But they’ll have less time in the classroom this year due to budget cuts tied to sequestration.
Peter Nestler has been hooked on jumping rope since second grade, when he saw an exhibition at Glacier Valley Elementary School.
In third grade, he … more
Glacier Bay Lodge will stay open, at least for another 2 years.
Several weeks of negotiations between National Park Service and the current concessionaires ended yesterday. This resulted in a 2-year extension of the contract held by Aramark and Huna Totem Corporation.
Juneau’s Front Street Clinic is in danger of shutting down due to fiscal reasons.
The public health facility, run by the Southeast Alaska Regional Health Consortium, caters to the capital city’s homeless and low-income residents.
Crew from Pacific Queen and Coral Sea are reported safe, no injuries