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Two lanes cleared for the fuel of one

Two lanes cleared for the fuel of oneDOT's trailer tow plow to save operating costs and free up a snow plow truck for other Juneau roads

Freeze and thaw: What this winter’s weather means for Juneau gardeners

Freeze and thaw: What this winter’s weather means for Juneau gardenersJanuary 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.

JIRP director developed early interest in Southeast Alaska glaciers

JIRP director developed early interest in Southeast Alaska glaciersDr. Maynard Miller, who passed away this month, also ascended Mt. Bertha and Mt. St. Elias

USDA helps bring water and sewer to rural Alaska

USDA helps bring water and sewer to rural AlaskaUSDA works in partnership with communities and the state of Alaska.

Raven Guitars, Icy Straits Lumber win first Path to Prosperity contest

Raven Guitars, Icy Straits Lumber win first Path to Prosperity contestThe winners will receive up to $40,000 in seed money for consulting services to help execute their business plans.

Haven House may be prohibited from opening

CBJ officials determine that halfway houses are not allowed on Malissa Drive

Plea agreement possible for former Petersburg school employee

Tye Leif Petersen was arrested on charges of possession and distribution of child pornography

Comment period opens on Navy Draft EIS

Comment period opens on Navy Draft EISThe U.S. Navy is seeking comments on a Draft Environmental Impact Statement that will update the Navy’s Northwest military training and testing activities, including the Southeast Alaska Acoustic Measurement Facility in Behm Canal near Ketchikan.

Taku River Tlingit sue to stop Tulsequah Mine

Taku River Tlingit sue to stop Tulsequah Mine


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Water treatment plant at Tulsequah. It operated for a few months to treat acid rock drainage, but Chieftain shut it down due to the

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Haines guide, Canadian clients on trial for alleged wildlife crimes

Charges against John Katzeek, Brian Hicken, Kenneth Cox, and Tyler Antel include conspiracy to violate the Lacey Act