No compromise following a meeting earlier this week (Wednesday) of Juneau and Petersburg officials over a land dispute between the two communities. But the discussion between city leaders is being described as productive.
Vancouver-based Quaterra Resources and Grande Portage Resources say they are preparing a drilling plan for 2012.
It’s Red Ribbon Week in the Juneau School District, and students are marking the occasion by pledging to live drug-free lives.
What inspires a person to twist a balloon into the shape of a moose? Or take photos of someone vacuuming a glacier? Or run for mayor in a gorilla suit?
Those questions come to mind when you’re talking about Jeff Brown. The Juneau artist, musician, author and entertainer was recently recognized for his lifetime achievements as part of the Governor’s Awards for the Arts.
Kip Knudson has been named as the state’s new director of state and federal relations in Washington D.C.
A memorial service for John Pugh, Jr. will be held Friday at 4 p.m. at Northern Light United Church in Juneau.
Scientists and fishermen are following news of a deadly fish virus found in British Columbia salmon. It’s a scary situation, but it may not be as bad as it sounds, at least for now. And it’s not a threat to people who eat salmon.
Juneau Deputy Mayor David Stone is back in his old job at the Alaska Department of Labor.
Alaska ranks first in the number of deaths caused by guns, according to 2008 data released by the CDC.
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Biologists earlier this month recorded whale song that they were able to attribute to a particular humpback, a male called #1652, in Glacier Bay.