The Juneau Assembly Finance Committee will discuss its annual list of state funding requests on Wednesday.
At the conclusion of its regular meeting last night (Monday), the CBJ Assembly met behind closed doors to further refine the interview process for City Manager finalists Kim Kiefer and Norman “Buddy” Custard.
The Juneau Assembly last night (Monday) voted to approve a consulting contract with Quorum Health Resources for the city’s Bartlett Regional Hospital.
John Marvin, Jr.’s trial on murder and weapons misconduct charges has been indefinitely postponed.
It’s a full and noisy house at the Gastineau Humane Society.
Not only does Eaglecrest have record amounts of snow for this time of year, it also did record business over the two-week Christmas and New Year’s holidays.
The football bowl game started in late 2010, designed to showcase high school players in Washington and Alaska and introduce them to college football coaches.
A 19-year-old Juneau man has been arrested and charged with robbery and assault, after allegedly hitting a cab driver and stealing some of his fares.
Descendents of Sealaska shareholders have until March to apply for corporate scholarships. But those submitting applications this month will receive an extra $50.