Work continues on the Juneau Access Project, despite Gov. Bill Walker’s spending freeze. But it doesn’t involve moving dirt or pouring concrete.
This year, program officials have brought back the Double Your Dividend sweepstakes to attract donors, and organizations will be charged a new 7 percent administrative fee.
If the trend continues, snowpacks will be smaller and hydropower plants could run out of water in the summer. Salmon streams could run low, making it harder for fry to leave and adults to spawn.
The draft Juneau Economic Plan identifies eight key initiatives to guide the capital city’s financial future over the next decade.
Deputy City Manager Rob Steedle says officials have hit the reset button in the ongoing effort to update Juneau’s Capital Transit bus plan.
A longtime state lawmaker resigned, Alaska Native languages were recognized as official state languages, and a price war for airline tickets.
The year in news in Southeast Alaska can be summed up by three topics: mining, timber and elections.
The fourth publicly accessible electric vehicle charging station in Juneau will go online the day after Christmas at the Marine Parking Garage.