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Sam Kito III named as new Juneau representative

Sam Kito III named as new Juneau representativeFormer Representative Beth Kerttula resigned her seat last month

‘Typical winter’ returns to Juneau

‘Typical winter’ returns to JuneauEaglecrest Ski Area managers are ecstatic about the latest snowfall

Preschoolers send valentines to Juneau Assembly

Preschoolers send valentines to Juneau AssemblyJuneau childcare workers are getting paid more and staying in their jobs longer than they were just a few years ago.

Why is Alaska losing market share in the global cruise industry?

Why is Alaska losing market share in the global cruise industry?While the number of passengers to visit the state went up last year, other cruise destinations continue to attract more ships.

Meet Wearable Art artist David Walker

Meet Wearable Art artist David Walker

The Juneau Arts and Humanities Council’s Wearable Art show is this weekend at Centennial Hall. Now in its fourteenth year, the theme is “Technicolor” and … more

Judge denies motion to immediately stop work on Juneau cruise ship docks

Judge denies motion to immediately stop work on Juneau cruise ship docksJudge Louis Menendez says no to a temporary restraining order, but agrees to hear arguments over a preliminary injunction.

Spot Check: Alaskan Open Mic | Jan 30

Spot Check: Alaskan Open Mic | Jan 30Spot Check is Excellent Radio's web review series capturing the colorful perspectives of Juneau's art and culture scene as experienced by the station DJs.

Meet Wearable Art artist Kathy Kartchner

Meet Wearable Art artist Kathy Kartchner

The Juneau Arts and Humanities Council’s Wearable Art show is this weekend at Centennial Hall. Now in its fourteenth year, the theme is “Technicolor” and … more

Meet Wearable Art artist Teresa Busch

Meet Wearable Art artist Teresa Busch

The Juneau Arts and Humanities Council’s Wearable Art show is this weekend at Centennial Hall. Now in its fourteenth year, the theme is “Technicolor” and … more

Fishermen’s memorial goes to court to stop work on cruise ship docks

Fishermen’s memorial goes to court to stop work on cruise ship docksIt’s the latest attempt by the nonprofit Alaska Commercial Fishermen's Memorial in Juneau to alter or block the $54 million project.