Construction of a new facility to house the state Division of Libraries, Archives and Museums in Juneau is on track to get underway in earnest this summer.
Senator Albert Kookesh continues his focus on rural problems this legislative session. That includes a continued push for more rescue boats and improved village water systems.
Representative Bill Thomas wants to slow the growing cost of state government. And he has the influence to try to do it.
Protestors advocating to abolish “corporate personhood” gathered at the Capital Building on Saturday. The demonstrators were part of a group called Move to Amend, an online community of activists.
Michael Patrick Duby faces seven charges including baiting bears without a permit.
The City and Borough of Juneau is finally getting to work on a comprehensive recycling program at the landfill in Lemon Creek, which may lead to curbside recycling in the Capital City.
Michael Rae was charged in last April’s incident at Alaskan Brewing Company and Lemon Creek Breeze-In.
It may be several days before airline travel is back on schedule.
The state ferry LeConte ran into high winds and rough seas north of Juneau this morning (Friday) that forced it to turn around and head back to the Auke Bay ferry terminal.
The federal coordinator for Alaska Natural Gas Transportation Projects says Alaskans need to stop thinking of natural gas as the next oil.