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Avista Corp. donates $100,000 to Juneau organizations

Avista Corp. donates $100,000 to Juneau organizationsAlaska Electric Light and Power’s parent company has announced $100,000 in donations to six Juneau organizations.

CBJ Regular Meeting 12/22/2014

Audio from the Dec. 22, 2014 CBJ Assembly meeting.

Juneau Assembly honors JPD’s “Rock Star”

Juneau Assembly honors JPD’s “Rock Star”JPD Officer Blaine Hatch recently received the Alaska Municipal League's Employee of the Year award, honoring the state's top local government employee.

Juneau ranks No. 2 in ongoing poll of travel-worthy capitals

Juneau ranks No. 2 in ongoing poll of travel-worthy capitalsJuneau is one of the 20 most travel-worthy state capitals, according to an ongoing online voting contest by USA Today.

Juneau Skating Club holds annual holiday recital

Juneau Skating Club holds annual holiday recitalThe Juneau Skating Club held it’s annual holiday recital at Treadwell Ice Arena over the weekend.

Front Street clinic faces staffing challenges

Front Street clinic faces staffing challengesA Juneau health center that faced closure earlier this year over funding now is struggling to keep top positions filled.

Capital budget has few Southeast projects

Capital budget has few Southeast projectsSoutheast projects in Gov. Bill Walker’s pared-down capital budget are mostly road, ferry and bridge work that could be funded by the federal government.

Juneau lawmakers hopeful city can weather pared-down state capital budget

Juneau lawmakers hopeful city can weather pared-down state capital budgetThe proposed state capital budget submitted by Gov. Bill Walker on Monday includes just four projects for Juneau.

City manager talks reorganization, capital projects, tax exemptions

City manager talks reorganization, capital projects, tax exemptionsKTOO's Casey Kelly interviews Juneau City Manager Kim Kiefer.

Worl skates into the Burke Museum

Worl skates into the Burke MuseumThe Burke Museum of Natural History and Culture in Seattle recently opened an exhibit called “Here and Now: Native Artists Inspired.”